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Mini-torials: Week of Feb. 22

Mini-torials: Week of Feb. 22

February 22
Filed under Editorials, Mini-torials

Salutes A series of short weeks for all students creating an excited atmosphere. The amazing weather appearing within 60 degrees raises student and staff's hopes for a closer spring. Praises for the choir concert Tuesday buzzed around the school Barrage  performing later with NHS band and orchestra students. Slams Sickness is spreading through th...

Winter Comedy Sells Out

Winter Comedy Sells Out

Marissa Hart, Assistant Editor-in-Chief
February 16
Filed under Reviews

The winter comedy which aimed to tickle the funny of a packed audience within the community of Neenah was right on target. “The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940” blew away the crowd with unexpected humor. The  February show sold out Friday (Feb. 3) and Saturday (Feb. 4) at  7 p.m. It was the ...

Mini-torials: Week of Feb. 15

Mini-torials: Week of Feb. 15

February 15
Filed under Editorials, Mini-torials, Showcase

Salutes Crush can sales exploded to reach record heights. Leukemia box fundraiser resulted in over $1,000 total. Upcoming long weekend allowing students to catch up on sleep and social time. Slams Extracurricular photography bleachers wobbly for moving advisors and students. Homewo...

Editorial: Random Drug Testing Remains in the Future

Editorial: Random Drug Testing Remains in the Future

Charley Hrobsky, Editor-in-Chief
February 13
Filed under Editorials, Showcase

A mock election referendum vote asked NHS students about the possibility of random drug testing this past fall with 58.4 percent of students believing testing should be done. The referendum raised questions within the high school as to whether the possibility of suspicionless random drug testing re...

Column: Valentine’s Day History Gives New Meaning to Color Red

Column: Valentine’s Day History Gives New Meaning to Color Red

Charley Hrobsky, Editor-in-Chief
February 13
Filed under Columns, Editorials

For generations Valentine’s Day continues to be a day of true love for every age. From the paper valentine’s bought in a store given out in elementary classrooms to awkward middle schoolers attempting to find significant others to those cute retired couples you see holding hands across a table in...

Mini-torials: Week of Feb. 8

Mini-torials: Week of Feb. 8

February 8
Filed under Editorials, Mini-torials

Salutes Eco Club trying to pump up the school's atmosphere with trivia night tonight. Teacher dress-up days creating laughter and joy throughout school building. Nice set-up today for Mrs. Paulus and Mrs. Calcaterra in their tropical beach. Crush can sale beginning to spread Valentine's Day ...

Mini-torials: Week of Feb. 1

Mini-torials: Week of Feb. 1

February 1
Filed under Editorials, Mini-torials

Salutes Parking lot maintenance brings cheer within the school building due to less stress outside. Trivia Night anticipation builds within teams. Leukemia boxes and American Heart Association lunch fundraising continues to be successful throughout the week. Slams Girls' bathroom in the band hallway clos...

Mini-torials: Week of Jan. 25

Mini-torials: Week of Jan. 25

January 25
Filed under Editorials, Mini-torials

Salutes Blood Drive provided free t-shirts for all donors. Trivia night returns for its second year providing fun and funds for Eco Club. Professional learning day on Friday gives students break from stress all day. Sports team dress to promote success at their games and opens encouragem...

Mini-torials: Week of Jan. 18

Mini-torials: Week of Jan. 18

January 18
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Salutes New semester changes up a student and staff's routine to rejuvenate routines. Cotton Club preparations excite students. School got cancelled on Tuesday. Video to jump start new semester across the school creates unity. Slams ACT Aspire testing placement before finals week crea...

Letter To The Editor: Benefits of a Foul Tongue

Cody Wienandt, Student of Journalism
January 10
Filed under Editorials, Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor: No matter its label -- obscenity to nasty words -- cursing is viewed negatively and is said to not belong in school.  Is this old school thinking still appropriate in today's modern schools? Cursing is a simple vibration producing a sound, which may offend. Often this is viewed as disrespectful...

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