Athletes already active

VIEWPOINT

September 27, 2017

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

In order for a student to play a sport for the Hawks, they must attend practice everyday after school, and spend countless hours training both on and off the field. For this reason, student athletes should not be required to take...

View on America changes; perspectives altered after election

VIEWPOINT

September 27, 2017

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

November 8, 2016, Donald Trump was elected President of the United States of America. It is hard to believe almost a year has gone by,  but it is clear that our country and the view of our country has dramatically changed in...

Drivers Education, Sweeps the Nation

VIEWPOINT

September 27, 2017

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

According to census.gov, 86 percent of Americans of driving age are licensed.  However, wouldn't it be great if getting a license could be easier? Not only for teens, but for their parents as well. This is not an entirely new...

Athletes’, students’ summer altered by late start

VIEWPOINT

September 27, 2017

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Governor Larry Hogan’s order for starting school after Labor Day started this year after much discussion and debate.  Hogan believed that “delaying the start of the school year would be good for businesses, families and the...

Confederate statues should be removed

VIEWPOINT

September 27, 2017

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

The Confederate States of America; some may argue that what they were fighting for was their way of life, to keep the old traditions. Others argue that they were wrong in fighting for what they were protecting, that their “old...

Shoulders spark controversy

EMILY MILLER, Video Manager

September 27, 2017

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Let me begin by saying that I applaud the administration at NH and elsewhere for wanting to maintain an environment that is free of distractions, safe, and positive for all students. I, along with many other students, understand...

Older Generations Perpetuate Discrimination

KAYLA NOWACKI, Reporter

September 27, 2017

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

“Teenagers these days have no idea how the real world works....” “Why are there so many holes in your jeans?” “Back in my day....”. If you have ever heard any of these quotes from your parents or grandparents, you...

Lack of privacy due to loitering

GARRETT STURGILL, Reporter

September 27, 2017

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

There’s nothing worse than coming to school to see twenty people standing in front of my locker. The ideal morning is having a bagel, sleeping on the bus, and having no one swarm around my personal space. Seeing my locker eaten...

Wheelchairs, walking there is no difference   

DELANEY BOSWORTH, Reporter

September 27, 2017

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

You may have seen me around before, the one girl in the bright pink wheelchair going down the hallway to get to her next class. Or you could've seen me in cheerleading or on stage for our fall drama productions. It's obvious...

Clowns created for amusement, now instigate fear

MARIA KROPKOWSKI, IDR Repoter

September 27, 2017

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

The first record of the use of the word clown was recorded in 1560, and when they originated, they were portrayed as jesters to provide entertainment, and later expanded to become the version we know today. So why must we make...

Opinion/Editorial