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Letters close distance between soldiers, home

Letters close distance between soldiers, home

Sam Bauer, Reporter

October 30, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Veterans Day falls on Nov. 11, honoring military forces across the nation. However, those who have parents or relatives still in the military might find it difficult to actually do so. “I have one relative in the army,” senior Nate Kincaid said. “I’m thankful that he’s in the army and p...

Room without doors stirs up conversations

Room without doors stirs up conversations

Hallie Gallinat, Unity Director

October 29, 2018


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While walking through the B Hallway, nothing seems too out of the ordinary. One room, B105, stands out from the others. Instead of a door leading into a classroom, the wall is completely blocked off, yet the room number still remains next to where the door was. This room has spawned questions, rumors...

Department chair works behind stage

Department chair works behind stage

Tony Martinez, Reporter

October 25, 2018


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Mr. Andy Smith is a performing arts teacher who became the department chair of the performing arts department last year after Matthew Rund. He teaches a class named technical theater, known as tech theater for short. All of the sets for the school plays and the musicals throughout the year are creat...

Pumpkin spice adds autumn hint to cafe coffee

Pumpkin spice adds autumn hint to cafe coffee

Katie Wiseman, Reporter

October 24, 2018


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Fall means cozy sweaters, crackling fireplaces and, of course, pumpkin spice flavors. The CCA Café offers a pumpkin spice flavoring for students to add to both hot and iced coffees for a limited time only. I am not usually one to enjoy pumpkin spice coffee. However, I found the school’s version of th...

Week-long fall break opens door for bigger plans

Week-long fall break opens door for bigger plans

Grace Mossing, Reporter

October 13, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Bustling students talked about their excitement for the week-long fall break in the halls, whether their plans entail staying home or traveling. Fall vacations range from trips to the couch to sightseeing in Europe. “I’m mostly looking forward to sleeping, more napping and more quality TV time ...

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