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Onward and upward

Onward and upward

 Steven Selk opens his e-mail to find a message from star varsity basketball player Hannah Raymond. Hannah requested an urgent meeting with both him and head coach Terry Graver the following morning. Selk was completely puzzled. What could possibly be so...
Political correctness is taking over

Political correctness is taking over

Growing up it felt as if I was the only Jewish kid in a sea of Christian students. I heard every rude anti-Semitic phrase thrown my way by the time I was in third grade. I felt heat on my face when everyone stared at me during the English discussion about Night. I...

Going for three

Lauren Dietrich, Editor-in-chief   It’s October 21st, a Thursday night, an away game for the Elkhorn South football team, but tonight is different. They are facing the biggest competitors they’ve had all season.   Loud senior boys, chests painted with...

Paranormal Physcology

Lauren Dietrich, Editor-In-Chief   Parker Herout drags two tired, eighth grade feet up to her grandparents’ house in Grapevine, Texas. After nearly a three mile walk from her Middle School (insert name), she slowly opens the front door with a creak and clomps...
Editor’s Column

Editor’s Column

By: Lauren Dietrich, Editor-in-Chief My fourteenth birthday came with no advantages. No R-rated movies, no tattoos, no driver’s license; however, I received one gift. Today was the day, I was given not only the privilege, but the honor… to run three miles. My first...