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Column: Talking Badminton

Frank Slavinsky, Sports Photographer
May 12, 2017
Filed under Sports

Anyone who has ever started a club knows one thing: it can be exhausting. More than exhausting actually, it can be dispiriting. Low turn out because of potential members having conflicts or general non-interest can be the death of a start-up club. While some clubs drop off the map, the founder of the...

Photo Essay: Special Olympics Track

Frank Slavinsky, Sports Photographer
May 9, 2017
Filed under Sports

The NHS Special Olympics Track Team plans to tear up the competition this weekend at Appleton North High School. From the time I spent photographing -- and running with -- the team, I can say that I expect nothing less than the best of these Olympians. They have put the time, work and energy needed...

Humans of NHS- Joe Delaney

Humans of NHS- Joe Delaney

Brexton Bostwick, Student of Journalism
November 18, 2016
Filed under Humans of NHS, Student Life

“Playing football is pretty hard, getting hit every play and getting back up is even harder.” -Joe Delaney, junior...

Humans of NHS- Shayla Pattinson

Humans of NHS- Shayla Pattinson

Alyssa Star, Student of Journalism
November 11, 2016
Filed under Humans of NHS, Student Life

“I like food from different countries because I know i'll never get to travel to every country. Eating their food gives me a taste of what their culture is like. I wouldn't want to limit myself to just American food.” -Shayla Pattison, senior...

Humans of NHS- Brexton Bostwick

Humans of NHS- Brexton Bostwick

Joe Delaney, Student of Journalism
November 7, 2016
Filed under Humans of NHS, Student Life

“I wrestle and train MMA because if you don't fight life how are you supposed to knock out the world.” -Brexton Bostwick, senior...

Humans of NHS- Barbara Simon

Humans of NHS- Barbara Simon

Emily Roberts, Student of Journalism
October 31, 2016
Filed under Humans of NHS, Student Life

“My parents, especially my mother, didn’t want me to be far from home. She was worried, happy, and sad at the same time, though my dad always encouraged me to go for my goals. To future foreign exchange students I would say be brave and friendly with everyone. It will be the best year of your l...

Humans of NHS- Nick Morrissey

Humans of NHS- Nick Morrissey

Casyn Bowers, Student of Journalism
October 26, 2016
Filed under Humans of NHS, Student Life

"Sporadic. Because there are some days that I feel like I wanna hang with friends and others I don't want to see another human face." -Nick Morrissey, senior...

Humans of NHS- Emily Roberts

Humans of NHS- Emily Roberts

Barbara Simon, Student of Journalism
October 21, 2016
Filed under Humans of NHS, Student Life

“Personally, I believe that my parents have raised me to be the best version of myself possible at any given time. They taught me how to be resourceful, healthy (both mentally and physically), as well as wise. As cliche as it sounds, the two of them truly helped me spread my wings so that I can s...

Humans of NHS- Uriah Wangelin

Humans of NHS- Uriah Wangelin

Emily Smock, Student of Journalism
October 19, 2016
Filed under Humans of NHS, Student Life

“I would spend a day with Gerard Way because he’s my favorite person in the entire world. My Chemical Romance is my favorite band. I have all their albums on vinyl and CD’s. He’s inspiring and motivating.” -Uriah Wangelin, senior...

Humans of NHS- Ava Dieck

Humans of NHS- Ava Dieck

Annie Stubing, Student of Journalism
October 12, 2016
Filed under Humans of NHS, Student Life

“The future motivates me because I don't want to disappoint the people I respect or disappoint myself. I feel like I put a lot of pressure on myself to succeed at school and sports so that’s definitely another thing that motivates me. My parents also believe in me a lot which kind of puts an exp...

Humans of NHS- Cecelia Krause

Humans of NHS- Cecelia Krause

Ellie Callahan, Student of Journalism
October 10, 2016
Filed under Humans of NHS, Student Life

“I spend a lot of time out of my comfort zone. My comfort zone is being alone somewhere where I can just sit there and there be no judgement passed on me, so any time I leave the house and go to an event, I’m on swim team, or any time I lead a group I step outside of my comfort zone. Now those...

Humans of NHS- Ari Robles

Humans of NHS- Ari Robles

BaJie Vang, Student of Journalism
October 5, 2016
Filed under Humans of NHS, Student Life

“I’m terrified of not getting out of the state and becoming independent. I don’t want to be stuck at home with no dreams or job. One of my dreams is to be able to correctly play the piano because I’m afraid I’ll lose motivation.¨ - Ari Robles, senior...

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