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Comic Strip: Meltdown During Finals

Comic Strip:  Meltdown During Finals

Emilee Wise, Editor-in-Chief

January 15, 2019


Filed under Cartoons, Opinion, Showcase

Salutes and Slams Week of Jan. 8

Salutes and Slams Week of Jan. 8

January 9, 2019


Filed under Mini-torials, Opinion

Slam: A pulled fire alarm sets school into reactions ranging from annoyance to panic. Students' inappropriate use of social media upsets and disappoints peers, parents, staff and community. Salute: School citizenship increases as students provide information on pulled alarm and administration...

Review: Smoothie Shop, Quench, Opens in Neenah

Review:  Smoothie Shop, Quench, Opens in Neenah

Maddy Zitzelsberger, Student of Journalism

December 27, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Quench, a smoothie shop -- opened in Neenah during March of 2018 -- helps provides a healthy, nutritious lifestyle. Quench creates unique smoothies with over 40 different flavors,  which each smoothie containing 24 grams of protein, fiber and minerals with only 200-350 calories. Being a huge smoothie p...

Editorial: Apple, Better or Worse

Editorial: Apple, Better or Worse

Mason Jones, Student of Journalism

December 27, 2018


Filed under Editorial

Apple products have been a staple in many homes, classrooms, and pockets for decades. Apple products are one of the most popular brand of phone, computer, music device and more. Many people have varying opinions on their products, more specifically those who have Samsung and Android products. This "feu...

Review of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Review of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Evan Miracle, Student of Journalism

December 27, 2018


Filed under Reviews

Being a diehard Spider-Man fan, I was definitely not going to miss Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. I would and have watched every Spider-Man film made, no matter how bad it might be. As a film fan, however, I was anxious to see how this one would turn out. Sony Pictures Animation -- creators of the...

Column: A Guide to Holiday Greetings

Column:  A Guide to Holiday Greetings

Ally Poss, Student of Journalism

December 27, 2018


Filed under Columns

In recent years, a controversy has risen surrounding holiday greetings. Some claim a new era encouraging self-awareness or political-correctness suppresses the ability to say “Merry Christmas,” while the other side of the argument explains that “Happy Holidays” is a more inclusive term for th...

Review of Vegan Holiday Foods: Which Ones are Worth the Buy?

Review of Vegan Holiday Foods:  Which Ones are Worth the Buy?

Drew Karle, Student of Journalism

December 27, 2018


Filed under Reviews, Showcase

The holidays are an exciting, lively time. Singing from carolers fill the air, string lights with arrays of color twinkle in the eyes, huge eight-foot blow ups live on people’s lawns and the smell of freshly baked, holiday goodies greet us around every corner. Let us be honest with ourselves -- every sin...

Column: Winter Wildlife Calls for Assistance

Column:  Winter Wildlife Calls for Assistance

Sammy Meverden, Student of Journalism

December 27, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Winter winds can be brutal for everyone, especially the local wildlife. Sure, they do not have to worry about things like shoveling snow, or spending too much on their heating bill, but they do worry about things such as finding reliable shelter and food. As the snow blankets the ground and the plants begin to wither,...

Food Review: One Curd to Rule Them All

Food Review:  One Curd to Rule Them All

Claudia Miller, Student of Journalism

December 27, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Reviews

In the world of fast food sides, little compares with the fried golden treasure that is a cheese curd. I wanted to know which was the superior curd, so I went on a quest to find the best of these crispy treats. I decided to determine the best fast-food cheese curds in the valley from four restaurants: A...

Album Review: Who Killed Puck?

Album Review: Who Killed Puck?

Solon Ramos, Student of Journalism

December 27, 2018


Filed under Reviews, Showcase

The Album Who Killed Puck was a project released by Craig Minowa, the founder of the band Cloud Cult, in 2000. Cloud Cult is an indie music group based out of Duluth, Minn. Brought together in Minneapolis, Minowa went on to create his own 501c3 not-for-profit record label under the name Earthology Records...

Review: Best Christmas Cookies

Review: Best Christmas Cookies

Kaley Waters, Student of Journalism

December 27, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Countless cookie recipes and many variations exist but even still, a few classics have stood the test of time and prove to be all-time favorites for people of all ages. These delicious holiday classics offer something for everyone. To name a few: spritz, peanut butter blossoms, gingerbread, thumbpri...

Column: The Great Christmas Tree Controversy

Column:  The Great Christmas Tree Controversy

Josie Cleveland, Student of Journalism

December 27, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion, Showcase

Since the early 16th century, families worldwide have put up a Christmas tree to honor one of the biggest Christian holidays. According to History.com, Christmas trees, similar to the ones placed in homes today, were originally a German tradition, but it soon spread around the world. Today, familie...

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