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Dreaming without limits

Daniela Asplin, reporter   Dreams are a regular vacation away from the reality of daily life. As the brain enters the Rapid Eye Movement (REM) cycle, it plunges into a universe all of its own. Fantasy and reality combine to fit to the subconscious mind. While...
A helping hoof

A helping hoof

By Olivia Bertino, Web Editor   A white barn hides behind a hill on a Gretna dirt road. On the outside, the barn appears simple. Small pastures line the back, a few storage sheds sit separate from the main structure, and the parking lot is nearly vacant. Yet on...
Students tackle technology

Students tackle technology

Daniela Asplin, reporter        Technology is at the forefront of today’s society, so knowing how it functions is a game changer. Computers control a huge part of daily life: storing data, calculating equations, and even maintaining a heartbeat in...
Serving a greater purpose

Serving a greater purpose

       By Paige Girardot, reporter   Fifth grade Julia approached the hospital for the first time as overjoyed Rwandan children crowded the van, screaming mzungu (white person) as they neared. For many of these children, it was the first...
A reel catch

A reel catch

  Seth Fink, Reporter   Just a mile west of Elkhorn South, Sophomore Logan Faiman often can be found at the Skyline Pond. Especially at ESHS, high schoolers cling to their AP schedules and fast paced lives, but Faiman prefers the sound of nature. He is a...