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  • Jul 24, 1:07 amGov. Holcomb announces Phase 5 of reopening begins Saturday; masks required
  • Jul 22, 12:34 pmHSE Schools grades 5-12 to return Sept. 17 on hybrid schedule

Debates fail to help voters in current format

Joe Biden and Donald Trump will face off one last time tonight in Nashville after a contentious, rowdy first debate.

Fletcher Haltom, Opinion Editor

October 22, 2020

Despite the high viewership, quotable moments and general drama that the First Presidential Debate provided, it failed on a variety of levels. It failed to remain a civil and coherent discussion, it failed to be organized or rational and it failed to accomplish its true goal: to deliver a discourse to...

Polarization divides country, encourages animosity

With an upcoming presidential election, the discussion of polarized politics becomes even more prevalent.

Grace Mossing, Editor-in-Chief

September 17, 2020

With the 2020 presidential election approaching in two months, animosity within politics is building to what seems to be an all-time high, and much of this is because of the ever-growing political polarization our country and society keeps cultivating.  In our modern world, animosity has come to d...

Students must display caution with school return

A return to in-person instruction does not mean an end to maintaining safe protocols.

Nate Albin, Online Editor

September 16, 2020

This seemingly never-ending pandemic has been tough on everyone. From serious restrictions on social lives to the weight of a global crisis on mental health, COVID-19 considerably changed the course of many people’s lives. For students, the biggest change has been the move to virtual learning. Wi...

Habits impact life, hold large influence

Forming habits may be easier than initially believed.

Fletcher Haltom, Opinion Editor

September 15, 2020

Repetition is often recognized as a legitimate tactic to build productive routines, but the true value that it holds is seldom acknowledged. Repetition, at the most basic level, builds habits. Although habits may not seem especially important, they play larger roles in people’s lives than many real...

IHSAA, HSE Schools must cancel fall sports

With an upcoming presidential election, the discussion of polarized politics becomes even more prevalent.

Nate Albin, Online Editor

August 20, 2020

Nate Albin is a junior and the online editor for Fishers N the Red. His views do not necessarily reflect those of the newspaper.  Let me start this article off as bluntly as I possibly can. Returning to high school sports is an absolutely careless decision by the IHSAA and districts like HSE Scho...

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