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The Class That’s All Fun and Games

The Class That’s All Fun and Games

Riley Keiter

December 21, 2018


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For most, Guess Who or Headbandz aren’t the main focus of the class. But down in the SPED rooms, Fridays are chock-full of games. Down on the first floor, every Friday, Mr.Stahl’s Impersonal Skills class spend the hour playing board games, card games, and coloring. The class is of course made of ...

From Victim to Activist

From Victim to Activist

Cache Goracke

December 20, 2018


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Freshman Kellen Broeckelmann was used to getting verbally and physically bullied during his middle school days. As a student at Mission Trail Middle School, especially in sixth grade, he was a rather small kid. Broeckelman witnessed, as well as experienced, a large amount of bullying including being sho...

Adventure to the United States

Adventure to the United States

Caché Goracke

December 18, 2018


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Karen Fukami, Monica Almagro, Maged Wadi, and Sarah Mari Nielsen, are from different cities in different countries. They have different backgrounds, stories, ideas, experiences and eat very different things for breakfast. Now, they sit in Kansas City, the center of the United States, and discuss thes...

Kallista Brown Takes the Stage

Kallista Brown Takes the Stage

Riley Keiter

December 10, 2018


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Voices and laughs intermingle in the excitement-filled choir room. It’s the first day of rehearsals for The Wizard of Oz, and cast and crew alike line the risers. Lorelei Frazee is leading the crowd at the moment, instructing them to pick up their name-tagged manilla folders at the front of the room, but...

Not Bound By the Details

Not Bound By the Details

Matt Bice

November 22, 2018


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Amongst the repertoire of classes English teacher, Aaron Schwartz, has taught, Comic Books is on the more obscure side. Most teachers have not sat kids down and taught them the in depths of how graphic novels are written and their importance, but Schwartz has.. The course allowed for many students to lear...

Diego Carrasco is On His Way to the Top

Diego Carrasco is On His Way to the Top

Peyton Carley

November 20, 2018


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If you were to ask me what a typical high schooler was like, I’d probably say, a student that simply gets through the week,  doesn’t learn anything, but just wants the grade for the future. I will admit, I’m like that, and to be fair, many high schoolers across America are that way. But one p...

The Odd Life of Timothy Oberhelman

The Odd Life of Timothy Oberhelman

Caché Goracke

November 13, 2018


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Timothy Allen Christopher Oberhelman grew up with a Mexican mother and a German father and was “just your typical Mexican-American-German family.” What did that look like? According to him, it looked like Mexican food five nights a week and a mom that fed both him, his sisters, and all their ...

Homecoming Court Profiles

Homecoming Court Profiles

September 25, 2018


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Homecoming Spirit Week Best Dressed

Homecoming Spirit Week Best Dressed

Bri Flores and Ella Deiter

September 25, 2018


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With Homecoming last week, students dressed up to celebrate the upcoming event. Here are some students who chose to go all out for these five spirit days. Monday was Dustbowl vs Gatsby Day, Tuesday was Owls Through the Ages Day, Wednesday was Tacky Tourist Day, Thursday was College Day, and Friday was...

Homecoming Propsals

Homecoming Propsals

Caché Goracke, Writer

September 14, 2018


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Every year around homecoming you probably see pictures of cute couples holding signs that in some kind of creative way suggest that they will be attending the dance together. However, few realize that many of these signs come with equally creative and even humorous stories behind them. They also come wit...

Justin Miller – Junior

Justin Miller – Junior

May 25, 2018


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Learning.

Christina Schick – Junior

Christina Schick – Junior

May 25, 2018


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I think so year, since its so big, you need others to help you with directions.

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