Tiger Topics N the Red

About the Paper

N the Red

Since Fishers High School’s foundation twelve years ago, Tiger Topics N the Red has served as the school’s official newspaper. of Fishers High School.  The printed edition is distributed free to over 3,000 students and school personnel.  The nineteen student staff members receive elective credit for this full year class.  N the Red began in 2006 when Fishers High School was founded.

“The inaugural staff created the name after surveying students for ideas. Although the first year the school did not have a senior class, students were energized and enthusiastically united, especially evident on Fridays with the sea of red in the hallways and classrooms. The inaugural staff wanted something contemporary to go with their vision for the newsmagazine to be vibrant and cutting edge with personal storylines, a publication students would be excited to read on distribution day,” founding adviser Janet McKinney said.

 

Editorial Policy

N the Red is a limited public forum designed, written, typeset and edited by students. Opinions expressed in the newspaper do not necessarily represent those of the adviser, administration or the entire staff. Letters to the editor may be submitted to A218 and must be signed and include the author’s phone number for verification. Letters to the editor will not be published anonymously.

Mission Statement

Tiger Topics N the Red is a student-run news magazine dedicated to providing the staff, students and community of Fishers with a timely, entertaining and factual publication once a month by means of a public forum. In publishing articles that students enjoy reading, we are furthering both the educational experience and the expansion of FHS culture while establishing a wanted and appreciated school-wide tradition. The staff works to create a sense of unity and awareness and to give the students of Fishers better insight to the world around them.

                         Contact Us: To contact a specific writer, please see their email address in the staff listing.Like us on our Facebook page, and follow our Instagram (@fhsonline) to see our latest news stories.

For any other questions, please contact Mrs. Kristine Brown, adviser.

The student news site of Fishers High School, Fishers, Indiana
About the Paper