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Column: Too Much Mail

Column: Too Much Mail

Emily Roberts, Editor-in-Chief

February 19, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion

As seniors decide their fate and send in their college deposits, mail continually floods their inbox from various institutions. The same few phrases haunt shredders, garbage cans, even closets. “We can help you soar higher!”, “Do you have what it takes?” and “Jumpstart your future” cause...

Salutes and Slams: Week of Feb. 14

Salutes and Slams: Week of Feb. 14

February 14, 2018


Filed under Mini-torials, Opinion

Salutes: Yearbook photos ran smoothly, though Valentine's Day caused a slight commotion among students. Sources of Strength planned an involved, engaging Winterfest week. Student anticipation grows as days off for the ACT and conferences near. Slams: As scholarship deadlines near, student...

Cartoon: Winterfest Dance

Cartoon:  Winterfest Dance

Pippa Austin, Cartoonist

February 9, 2018


Filed under Cartoons, Opinion, Showcase

Comic Strip: Mixed Opinions of Finals

Comic Strip:  Mixed Opinions of Finals

Pippa Austin, Cartoonist

January 30, 2018


Filed under Cartoons, Opinion

Letter to the Editor: Pointless New Year’s Resolutions

Letter to the Editor:  Pointless New Year’s Resolutions

January 13, 2018


Filed under Editorial, Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Dear Editor:  A new year, a new me. A common phrase among people once New Year's hits. One way many do this is with New Year’s resolutions -- a way to set goals for yourself once the new year hits. This concept, however, is not the correct way to change or to set goals. New Year's resoluti...

Salutes and Slams: Week of Jan. 10

Salutes and Slams: Week of Jan. 10

January 10, 2018


Filed under Mini-torials, Opinion

Salutes: Study sessions at the public library prepared students for finals. Mrs. McClowry in the learning center is actively helping students catch up before the end of semester. The scheduled make-up day on Jan. 19 relieves stress on students who were out sick throughout the semester. Slams: ...

Column: Battle of Net Neutrality

Column:  Battle of Net Neutrality

Ashley McFarland, Student of Journalism

January 3, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion, Showcase

You know how you are able to look at any website no matter what Internet connection, and no fees exist? Thank net neutrality. Regardless of what kind of website you are looking at, it gets treated the same as any other website without your Internet service provider trying to have you pay extra for it. ...

Food Column: Catch Gluten-Free Humbug Fever

Food Column:  Catch Gluten-Free Humbug Fever

Mary Sollitto, Student of Journalism

January 3, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Although the holidays are filled with decorated plates, crimson red table cloths and elaborate centerpieces, one problem lingers. Gluten is not welcomed to the table. Having trouble entertaining a table of gluten eaters without shouting your dietary needs to the whole room? Here is how someone can e...

Letter to the Editor: Expand Lunch Period

Letter to the Editor:  Expand Lunch Period

December 26, 2017


Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

  Dear Editor: Numerous high schoolers have complained too many times in regards to short lunch periods making Neenah behind in the state when it come to time management. It is often frowned upon and is a big complaint among students of NHS, who perceive this issue as “time crushing” ...

Political Column: With the Midterms Approaching, Here is Why You Should Vote

Political Column: With the Midterms Approaching, Here is Why You Should Vote

Zakary Will, Columnist

December 26, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion, Showcase

Only one year remains until the 2018 midterm elections, and citizens of Neenah will have a plethora of political options. All of the state executives-Gov. Scott Walker, Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch, Attorney General Brad Schimel, Secretary of State Doug La Follette, and Treasurer Matt Adamczyk -- will...

Letter to the Editor: Swimming Requirement Advocated

Letter to the Editor: Swimming Requirement Advocated

December 26, 2017


Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Dear Editor: Home and Recreational Safety confirmed from 2005-2014, 3,536 fatal unintentional drownings annually in the United States — about 10 deaths per day.  In addition to that scary statistic, about one in five people who die from drowning are children 14 and younger. Recently, a proposal...

Letter to the Editor: NHS WiFi Lacks Access

Letter to the Editor:  NHS WiFi Lacks Access

December 26, 2017


Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Dear Editor: Here at NHS six WiFi networks exist with only one of them being a public network for students.  One should be fine; unfortunately, it blocks the majority of all the apps we like to use such as Snapchat and Instagram.  Basically, what seems to be going on is we are getting WiFi shown to...

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