Students and staff remember Athletic Director Robin Bye

Elizabeth Tibbe, Reporter

April 18, 2014

In remembrance of Athletic Director Robin Bye, students and staff have picked a word to describe him, or the impact that he had on their life. Bye passed... READ MORE »»

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Science Olympiad team sweeps Regionals

Vlasia Niotis, Reporter

April 1, 2014

The Science Olympiad team won first place in the high school division at the regional tournament held at Grand Valley State University last Saturday. They... READ MORE »»

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Russia trip still on despite conflict in Crimea

Mike Michalski, News Editor

March 31, 2014

A trip to Russia organized by social studies teachers Mark Robertson and Kevin Howard was up in the air due to the Russian invasion of Crimea, a peninsula... READ MORE »»

Worlds Apart

11 months, 2 weeks

Landon Hudson, Reporter

March 27, 2014

She stepped off the plane. A thousand thoughts raced through her head: what if my family doesn’t like me? What if they’re not there? What if they... READ MORE »»

Caption: Remington and friends visit old, abandoned ice factory in east Berlin. The graffiti covered factory has become a place to hang out and unite with kids from various parts of the world, all of whom she met during her exchange.

Entertainment

it all adds up

Eight Tips to Prom Like A Sir

Elizabeth Tibbe, Arts Editor

Corsages and tuxedos and boutineers, oh my! With what feels like a hundred little rules and social norms that need to be followed, it can be easy for an average teenage boy... read story

April 17, 2014 • 0 comments

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Reviews: The Fault in Our Stars – By John Green

Maisy Hoffman, Photo Editor

Lately I’d been hearing a lot about this book, seen it on the shelf at the bookstore, and never really thought it was for me. I, like most teens, enjoy spring break with... read story

April 16, 2014 • 0 comments

Mixtape: Second Half of Spring Break

Josiah Masvero, Reporter

This week, reporter, Josiah Masvero put together eight of the best second-half-of-spring-break hits. Each of these songs were selected because they are sure to get you motivated... read story

April 10, 2014 • 0 comments

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Students and staff remember Athletic Director Robin Bye

Students and staff remember Athletic Director Robin Bye

Elizabeth Tibbe, Reporter

In remembrance of Athletic Director Robin Bye, students and staff have picked a word to describe him, or the impact that he had on their life. Bye passed away on April 12... read story

April 18, 2014 • 0 comments

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Students and staff remember Athletic Director Robin Bye

Students and staff remember Athletic Director Robin Bye

Elizabeth Tibbe, Reporter

In remembrance of Athletic Director Robin Bye, students and staff have picked a word to describe him, or the impact that he had on their life. Bye passed away on April 12... read story

April 18, 2014 • 0 comments

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Opinion

Passing the phone

Opinion: Friends beyond Facebook

Maggie LaLonde, Reporter

The lights are off, but the basement is lit by the glowing screens of cell phones. The silence is broken by a giggle, and your friend showing you a hilarious tweet as she... read story

February 26, 2014 • 1 comment

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Sports

Boys lacrosse nets win over Spring Lake

By Adam Abraham/Reporter What Happened: After having their first three games cancelled due  to weather, the  boys lacrosse team was ready to start their season off right... read story

March 28, 2014 • 0 comments

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