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Lover of Music Shares Truth Behind Musical Influences

Lover of Music Shares Truth Behind Musical Influences

Oli Balke, Student of Journalism

October 15, 2019

Starting his junior year at NHS, Evan Greis develops an undying passion for music. As a choir student and physical music collector, music influences Evan to be the person he is today.  Society today is vain. It’s hard to be considered cool without physical desirability, perfect personalities or brawn. Evan s...

Senior Plans Swim Team Tradition She Has Never Experienced

Senior Plans Swim Team Tradition She Has Never Experienced

Emily Stingle, Student of Journalism

October 15, 2019

For many high school students, Friday nights consist of football games, friends and late-night fun. For the girls’ swim and dive team, one Friday night grants girls a special surprise -- a team tradition known as senior wakeup.  A closely guarded secret to the majority of the team, senior wakeup serv...

Student Thrives as Dual-citizen of Brazil and United States

Student Thrives as Dual-citizen of Brazil and United States

Lauren Miller, Student of Journalism

October 14, 2019

Jasmin Bryan-Moreira, a senior here at NHS, never once thought of herself being a citizen in two countries -- the United States of America and Brazil.   Growing up in a multi-cultural home she loves Brazilian culture from a young age, Jasmin celebrates Brazilian holidays and listens to her ...

Mother Advocates in Favor of Foreign Exchange Trips

Mother Advocates in Favor of Foreign Exchange Trips

Hannah Farrell, Student of Journalism

October 14, 2019

Karen Schumacher, graduated from Waukesha South High School Traveled to Uruguay, South America 1975   Bethany Schumacher, graduated from University of Wisconsin-Madison Traveled to Marseilles, France 2013-'14   Rachel Schumacher, graduated from Menasha High School and University ...

Transfer Student Finds Place in Cross Country

Transfer Student Finds Place in Cross Country

Will Foucault, Student of Journalism

October 14, 2019

Kai Sano-Giles faces one of the biggest challenges a student can face -- transferring schools. Halfway through the summer he finds out he will be attending NHS for his junior year. Kai knows absolutely no one at Neenah and isn't looking forward to the school year. “The hardest thing about transferring...

Student Pushes to Stay Motivated and Future Focused

Student Pushes to Stay Motivated and Future Focused

Jakob Relien, Student of Journalism

October 14, 2019

For senior Landon Nytes, life moves at a pace at which few can compare. From working, cross country, and school, he feels like he's in a constant spin. In contrast, his days are quick, but his nights crawl. Working as a cashier at Kohls, he works two days a week on top of sports and school. ...

Parents Split and Student Would Not Have it Any Other Way

Parents Split and Student Would Not Have it Any Other Way

Savannah Rosenberg, Student of Journalism

October 14, 2019

Many people view divorced families as a hindrance to their happiness, but Chris Parish views his parents' divorce as a motivation to be a better person. In 2016, Chris walks into his house and sits down innocently on the couch, not expecting this type of awful news to unfold. His parents and sister...

Student Uses Her Scrunchie Business to Fund International Trip to Scotland

Student Uses Her Scrunchie Business to Fund International Trip to Scotland

Paris Schaffer, Student of Journalism

October 13, 2019

What starts as a fun activity with friends leads to a business funding an international trip to Scotland.  Kierstin Schroeder, class of 2020, begins her business Sketchy Scrunchies last August. Initially, Schroeder and her two friends start making scrunchies for themselves. They think it’s a fu...

Hidden Hero of NHS Pushes Through Work the Right Way

Hidden Hero of NHS Pushes Through Work the Right Way

Lex Frahm, Student of Journalism

October 13, 2019

The average man doesn’t usually see himself as an asset to the bigger picture of their job, especially on discouraging days. Also, most don’t realize how important some people are to their everyday lives.    At NHS, a prime example of this type of under appreciated, peacekeeper is Phil...

Daily Life of a Type 1 Diabetic

Daily Life of a Type 1 Diabetic

Tori Rondeau, Student of Journalism

October 13, 2019

Many of us don’t realize our body makes insulin, but NHS sophomore Marissa Myska thinks about it every day. Insulin regulates our blood sugar, a vital part of keeping us alive.   Marissa lacks it. At 8 years old, Marissa learns her diagnosis --  Type 1 Diabetes, meaning she is unable to ma...

Foreign Language Teacher Encourages Students to Go Outside the Box

Foreign Language Teacher Encourages Students to Go Outside the Box

Madison Pedersen, Student of Journalism

October 13, 2019

Erin Nienas, or Profe as most of her students call her, encourages her students to open up their viewpoints on the world. She recommends studying abroad to her students and taking every opportunity to better immerse themselves in the language. Nienas spends time studying abroad in college. The Spanish educa...

Autos Teacher Offers a Life Lesson that Cars and People May Require Fixing

Autos Teacher Offers a Life Lesson that Cars and People May Require Fixing

Eve Mendoza, Student of Journalism

October 13, 2019

Mr. Anthony Lange, a teacher in the Technology Education Department, prepares himself for this interview; he talks about cars, life changes and self-improvement. Only being Lange's fourth year of teaching, Lange hears and deals with it all -- all parts of the student spectrum  -- especially with students ...

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