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Behind the Scenes of the Soccer Team

Behind the Scenes of the Soccer Team

Conner Delveaux, Student of Journalism

October 14, 2018


Filed under 300-Word Story

Even though the soccer team is 17-2 on the season, it practices for eight hours a week. Senior forward Nick Johnson said, “The hardest part about being on the team is being good enough and staying good enough, so I can be able to fill any position.” Being on the varsity soccer team isn’t ...

Student with Food Allergy Wants to Educate Others

Student with Food Allergy Wants to Educate Others

Eddie Stuczynski, Student of Journalism

October 14, 2018


Filed under 300-Word Story, Features, Showcase

Every day, sophomore Casey Beaudreau confronts a life and death situation – his food allergy. His allergy is so intense that he cannot have physical contact with his allergens; otherwise he could face anaphylactic shock and the many symptoms that come with it. Unfortunately, misconceptions mi...

Art Students Take on France and Spain

Art Students Take on France and Spain

Maddy Zitzelsberger, Student of Journalism

October 14, 2018


Filed under 300-Word Story, Features

Adventure awaits 15 brave art students ready to take on two different countries: France and Spain. International Travel Director and art teacher Lisa Dorschner provides a life changing opportunity for her students. "Kids should explore out of their comfort zones and try something they never though...

Teacher Refuses to be Defined by Injury

Teacher Refuses to be Defined by Injury

Jason Fisher, Student of Journalism

October 14, 2018


Filed under 300-Word Story, Features

Most people know the friendly, easy-going teacher with a passion for history and economics as Mr. Andrew LaLuzerne. Within his a classroom adorned with historical maps and old propaganda posters, he gives lively lectures about everything from the Protestant Reformation to the global oil market. N...

Guardian Angel Guides Loved One

Guardian Angel Guides Loved One

Jami Fofana, Student of Journalism

October 14, 2018


Filed under 300-Word Story

Dates trigger memories. Two years ago on Aug. 2, Karina Fritsch lost her best friend. “My person. My cousin.” As a senior, she reflects on one fateful day two summers ago. When her dad calls her that morning, she immediately knows something is off. Her intuition proves right. Her heart sin...

Drama Auditions Build Up Character

Drama Auditions Build Up Character

Evan Miracle, Student of Journalism

October 14, 2018


Filed under 300-Word Story, Showcase

In his sophomore year, Matt Cowen steps into an audition that completely changes his high school experience. As a long-time musician, he joins the Madrigals Singers earlier that year. Having come out of Madrigals with an interest in further live performances, he decides to try out for the Musical C...

Overcoming Obstacles: One Parent’s Story of Success Under Pressure

Overcoming Obstacles: One Parent’s Story of Success Under Pressure

Sammy Meverden, Student of Journalism

October 14, 2018


Filed under 300-Word Story

As Dad recounts one of his stories from high school, a tale of overcoming obstacles and learning from mistakes is heard. Lansing Michigan – 1985. The Science Olympiad national championship. Rick Meverden is a senior on the Neenah High School Science Olympiad team. Recruited for his mechanical prowes...

Senior Runs the Race Against Stress

Senior Runs the Race Against Stress

Claudia Miller, Student of Journalism

October 14, 2018


Filed under 300-Word Story, Showcase

She stumbles under the weight of expectations. Cross-country practice. AP class homework. College Applications. All of these things overload Kaitlyn Olsen’s daily schedule.   As a cross-country runner, Kaitlyn finds her time taken up by long meets and frequent practice during the fall; she stru...

Rubik’s Cube Talent Leads to Mindful Approach to Life

Rubik’s Cube Talent Leads to Mindful Approach to Life

Solon Ramos, Student of Journalism

October 14, 2018


Filed under 300-Word Story

In 30 seconds, a young adult walks about half of a football field. In accordance to America’s averages, in that time the same young adult also washes his hands five times or sings happy birthday three times. In half that, Michael Arndt can solve the popular three by three twisty puzzle; more commo...

Student Experiences New Culture Through Long-Term Missions

Student Experiences New Culture Through Long-Term Missions

Ashlyn Jacobs, Student of Journalism

October 8, 2018


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Individuals know the importance of stepping outside of their comfort zone -- sometimes thousands of miles outside. Long-term missions call freshman Lindsey Harris’s family to Istanbul, Turkey, where they serve for eight years building churches and relationships. A bustling city with close-set apartme...

Neenah Athlete Living His Passion

Neenah Athlete Living His Passion

Drew Karle, Student of Journalism

October 7, 2018


Filed under 300-Word Story, Showcase

The source of our hobbies is intriguing. For senior, varsity football player, Logan Eiden, his passion comes from his dad. “My dad was a big, football player. He planned to go play for Minnesota, but his dad died when he was 17.” This forced him to be the man. Since Logan’s dad could...

Work Ethic Paves the Path to State

Work Ethic Paves the Path to State

Kaley Waters, Student of Journalism

October 7, 2018


Filed under 300-Word Story, Showcase

Standing behind the blocks, Claire Eisele gets ready to race as the natatorium roars with cheers. Filled with excitement, she adjusts her swim cap to prepare for her four events --unheard of as a sophomore. Swimming at the state meet -- “a crazy and great experience.” Currently a junior on t...

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