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Riley Dance Marathon still finds way to celebrate kids

While at a mini dance marathon event, Riley Dance Marathon committee members hold up the amount raised by one of the elementary schools.

Kristen Rummel, Arts & Culture Editor

May 15, 2020

As the outside world closes down to protect from COVID-19, few places remain open. Hospitals are one of the establishments to remain open during this pandemic. With efforts to keep hospitals prepared and open, donations have become a way for the public to contribute in this effort. Since 2008, FHS...

Quarantine produces weird, vivid dreams

An illustration of an odd dream sophomore Lindsay Wells had during quarantine that involved her having no eyes and repeating the phrase “The Earth is mad at us.”

Lily Thomas, Reporter

May 12, 2020

Whether it is a face with no eyes or someone with super powers, quarantine has inspired some interesting dreams. For sophomore Lindsay Wells, odd dreams have become a weekly occurrence since the start of quarantine.  According to an article by Times Magazine, rapid eye movement (REM) sleep is the...

Best Amazon products for your ‘self care night’

Screenshot of the dead sea mud mask found on Amazon.

Rebekah Shultz, Social Media/Unity Director

May 10, 2020

Taking care of yourself and your community is a priority the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) believes should be cared for during the COVID-19 outbreak. On their website, the CDC says that a way to cope with stress is to take care of your body. The Mental Health America national organization...

Students adjust to new work norms

Businesses have had to alter normal practices in order to ensure the safety of workers and customers.

Emma Tomlinson, Reporter

May 9, 2020

With many non-essential businesses still closed, many students have lost their jobs. Others that are still working have adapted to new safety measures and a new way of doing things. In order to stay open, restaurants are utilizing curbside pickup, where customers can order online or over the phone an...

Coach Moore leaves FHS

The basketball court at Carmel High School sits empty prior to an FHS boys' basketball game against Carmel on April 1, 2019. Carmel won 62-52.

Ben Rosen, Reporter

May 9, 2020

The FHS boys’ basketball team will be looking for a new head coach. Now former head coach Matt Moore is becoming the new boys’ basketball head coach at Warsaw High School. The move was announced on April 18. Majority of my reason was to move back home and be closer to family.  My wife and I...

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