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Black Friday Stresses Teens Working in Retail

Black Friday Stresses Teens Working in Retail

Savannah Rosenberg, Student of Journalism

November 30, 2019

Black Friday is without a doubt a stressful holiday for employees and customers alike; this is especially true for teens working in retail. Rhieley Mulder, both shopper and worker, is familiar with the highs and lows of the bustling holiday. She currently works as a sales associate at Kohls in Neenah a...

Phones in the Classroom: Superhero or Villain

Phones in the Classroom: Superhero or Villain

Rhieley Mulder, Student of Journalism

November 30, 2019

Usage of phones by students at NHS has caused a stir in the learning environment, resulting in an uproar of advocating for no phones in the classroom. It is no secret that phones have been a never-ending issue for faculty and students. Recently, there has been a greater push for a no-phone policy ...

Social Media Helps Friends Stay in Contact Overseas

Social Media Helps Friends Stay in Contact Overseas

Kaitlyn Mayer, Student of Journalism

November 30, 2019

Lilly Mayer went on a week long cruise vacation. Within that amount of time she managed to make friends. All good things must come to an end though, including a vacation. After getting to know these people for a week, it was time to say goodbye. With everyone living in different corners of the globe,...

Future Eagle Scout Shares His Boy Scouts Experience

Future Eagle Scout Shares His Boy Scouts Experience

Ty Cianciolo, Student of Journalism

November 23, 2019

Jack Krautkramer flips a switch causing his table saw to jump to life, carefully he guides a piece of wood through the saw. Smiling ear to ear, he takes a minute to step back and admire his work.  The 12th grade student from NHS is now one step closer to completing his Eagle Scout project for Boy Scouts...

School Counselor Shines Light on Poverty at Neenah High

School Counselor Shines Light on Poverty at Neenah High

Katya Schumacher and Logan Laabs

November 4, 2019

Weaving between thousands of students at NHS, school counselor, Christine Christensen will be found in the student guidance office.  Everyday Christensen sits down with multiple students making them feel comfortable and at ease in her office. Since she is also the District Substance Prevention Coo...

Student Returns from Her Year Abroad to Talk about Her Experience

Madison Pedersen and Jeriah Paulson

November 3, 2019

Studying abroad is an opportunity that few high schoolers experience; however, senior Sarah Czech experienced something that changed her life. Czech spent her junior year abroad in Germany and since returned to Neenah High to finish her senior year. Czech stayed in the village Gravenhorst, Germany....

Italian Girl Travels 4,450 Miles Away from Home

Italian Girl Travels 4,450 Miles Away from Home

Paola Beltran and Edgar Nieto

November 3, 2019

Laura Gavioli is a foreign exchange student from Carpi, Italy. She is a junior in high school who desires for new experiences. She applied to an Italian program in order to get chosen by a host family overseas. She talked endlessly about how long the paperwork took but that never stopped the excitement. Gavioli...

Writer’s Club Features Undiscovered Talents

Writer’s Club Features Undiscovered Talents

Abe Akstulewicz, Student of Journalism

November 3, 2019

Writers of fiction inhabit all places; NHS is no exception. Undiscovered talent is in abundance here, even beyond our fairly small Writer’s Club. Two of these aspring authors, Alex Fahrenkrug and Bobby Lee, shared some thoughts on their creative processes and inspirations. Both are authors of scie...

Look into the Life: Leader of Rocket News

Look into the Life:  Leader of Rocket News

Seth Geiger and Ethan Krueger

October 30, 2019

Within the high school and his community, Wyatt Lesser, class of 2020, is seen participating in numerous unique activities all over the town. The confident, social butterfly is seen as a roll up his sleeves, hard worker by many of his peers and advisers. Specifically, his role in the production of R...

Exchange Student Takes on 3rd Country

Exchange Student Takes on 3rd Country
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Dylan Leibold and Ron Kuusisto

October 30, 2019

Change is nothing new to Ines Gautier; she is used to constant change and has even grown to like it.   Gautier currently resides in Mallorca, Spain. Although, she lived in many places before including France.  Gautier chose to pursue this adventure to broaden her skills and to find herself an...

National Merit Scholar Provides Insight Into Everyday Life

National Merit Scholar Provides Insight Into Everyday Life

Zach Schmitt and Will Focault

October 28, 2019

The National Merit Scholar opportunity is one that many people dream of reaching, but that few people do. To Alex Lee, class of 2020, that dream has become a reality. A well-rounded student and an avid musician, Lee’s morning starts at 6:30 everyday. After school is out, he practices piano and continues...

Study Abroad Experience: A New Feeling for France

Study Abroad Experience:  A New Feeling for France

Eve Mendoza and Tyler Schraven

October 28, 2019

Only minimally knowing how to speak French, sophomore Lorna Kelly decided to jump at the chance to study abroad; thus living in another part of the world would end up being a future goal. Lorna’s mother, Mrs. Polly Kelly (NHS Technology Specialist) went to study abroad when was about the same age...

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