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Underclassmen awards ceremony creates feeling of unimportance

Underclassmen awards ceremony creates feeling of unimportance

Ellie Albin, Sports Editor

April 17, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

I have never been invited to the underclassmen awards ceremony, but it has shaped my educational and emotional experience more than any other event since I entered high school. Last week, an envelope from FHS arrived at my house. Even as a junior, I still get a little excited when I see something deliv...

Agency is the best way to determine social maturity (testimonial)

Agency is the best way to determine social maturity (testimonial)

Ethan O'Sullivan, Web Editor

April 14, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Social maturity is not a number. It can measured, but not in any absolute terms. I am sure most people know all those statistics about teenagers - the ones that say things like “the rational part of a teenager’s brain does not fully develop until age 25,” or the data showing that most long-...

Spring ranks scientifically as best season

Spring ranks scientifically as best season

Hallie Gallinat, Unity Director

April 10, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Spring has sprung in Indiana, and that means many things like blooming flowers, singing birds and rising temperatures. With all this life and warmth, many consider spring to be the best season and scientific reasons reasons exist to back up this claim. The spring months have positive effects on...

Notre Dame Women’s Basketball has unmatched recent success

Notre Dame Women’s Basketball has unmatched recent success

Nate Albin, Reporter

April 6, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

On Sunday, April 7, Notre Dame’s women’s basketball team will be looking to win back-to-back titles. If they beat the Lady Bears from Baylor, that will give them their third title overall, all since 2000. But sadly for the Irish, not as many people appreciate their greatness. According to Sports Media Watch, their Regional Final win versus Stanford only was able to g...

One year later the Get Schooled Tour still fails to grasp students mental health concerns

One year later the Get Schooled Tour still fails to grasp students mental health concerns

Curren Gauss, Reporter

March 28, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

On March 27, 2018 I posted my first article on Fishersnthered.com titled “Get Schooled Tour fails to grasp extent of mental health”, detailing the convocation I attended days before: the Get Schooled Tour (GST), a concert-style program in which music, video testimonies and interactive polling are used in a...

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