Meditation: Leading to healthier lifestyle

KENDALL SCHUBERT, Business Manager

January 3, 2020

  Yoga. Breathing, meditating. A bunch of people sitting on the floor with their legs crossed humming to the soft music. But it’s much more than just sitting and breathing.       “The purpose of yoga is to build...

Ways to relieve holiday stress

Tori Gay, news editor

January 3, 2020

Set a budget: Spending money during the holidays is a given, however, to help prevent stress over it planning ahead can help.   Find a reason to laugh: Humor is a great stress reliever and can help you cope with c...

Winter blues weighing you down

ADDY DEAN, Reporter

January 3, 2020

Seasonal affective disorder commonly known as seasonal depression is a disorder that causes depression during specific seasons throughout the year.         As for students on our own campus senior Alison Grafton weighed in and ex...

Holiday season weight gain

EMILY GREEN, Video Editor

January 3, 2020

  Season's greetings from the sweet and savory food that comes along with the holiday season. Christmas time is where people tend to overload on the amount of food they put on their dinner plate. Along with the extra amount of...

Science National Honors Society prepares for March STEM night; Tri fold projects coming together

Kierstyn McManus, Reporter

January 3, 2020

 Students who have an interest in learning more about science and sharing their knowledge with younger children through the Science National Honors Society have created tri-fold projects they plan to present in March.    ...

Saving lives before they’re born

VICTORIA HANNA, Reporter

November 20, 2019

     In February, a team of surgeons led by Darrell Cass, M.D. who is the director of fetal surgery at the Cleveland Clinic performed their first in utero fetal surgery. During the surgery they repaired a spina bifida bi...

Gratitude challenge

Gratitude challenge

November 20, 2019

Spreading kindness

Spreading kindness

November 20, 2019

Snakehead fish found back in Maryland

ZACH JACKSON, Reporter

November 20, 2019

      Amongst the rivers and streams of Maryland lie an invasive species of fish called “snakehead.” According to USGS, they are found in 10 out of 50 states in the US and are invasive to small critters and other na...

Taking on gratitude

MAURA CHANEY, Reporter

November 20, 2019

Day One: Cleaning up the Earth  For my first day of the gratitude challenge I chose to clean up any trash that I see in the halls at school, at my home, or outside. In just a minute I picked up ten pieces of trash at school...

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