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Wizards come to pay annual visit

Wizards come to pay annual visit

Nate Albin, Sports Editor

December 5, 2019

With their big dunks and flying threes, the Harlem Wizards will be coming back to FHS. The Wizards play the FHS Celebrities on Thursday, Dec. 9. For the Celebrities, they know what they are in for. “It’s acrobatic and high flying,” English teacher Ross Springman, a one-time participant in the ...

Uniform Application streamlines scholarship process

Uniform Application streamlines scholarship process

Ben McHenry, Features Editor

November 14, 2019

When applying for scholarships, students must search for ones that they match the criteria for and go through numerous websites. The Fishers Rotary Club has sought to alleviate some of this hassle, sponsoring the Hamilton Southeastern Schools Foundation Uniform Application for Community Scholarships, which may be a be...

Celebration of Giving helps those in need

Celebration of Giving helps those in need

Emma Tomlinson, Reporter

November 13, 2019

The spirit of giving calls people to purchase gifts for their loved ones during the holiday season, but this winter, it also calls to give to those in need. The FHS Tiger S.T.R.I.P.E.S. organized the Celebration of Giving collects donations and gifts for kids and families in need at FHS. “You can s...

“Our Town” comes to town

“Our Town” comes to town

Ellie Albin, Editor In Chief

November 6, 2019

The time has come for FHS’ cast of “Our Town” to take the stage on Nov. 7-9 at 7 p.m. A matinee performance will also take place at 2:30 on Nov. 9. Construction continues in the auditorium, but the show must go on - in the black box theater. This smaller venue does not discourage students from wanting...

No Shave November raises money for new purpose

No Shave November raises money for new purpose

Ben Rosen, Fletcher Haltom, and Nate Albin

November 5, 2019

This year changes have been made to the No Shave November competition. According to Principal Jason Urban proceeds will go to The Center for Prevention of Youth Suicide. In previous years the proceeds have gone to Riley Children’s Hospital. “Also, the participants are paired up instead of compe...

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