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Salutes and Slams 2021-22

Salutes & Slams: Week of April 4

Satellite Staff April 6, 2022

Salutes: Mr. Brian Borchardt models positive risk-taking. Seniors prepare excitedly to celebrate the end of their high school journey at prom on April 30. Stompin' at the Savoy approaches on...

Salutes and Slams 2021-22

Salutes & Slams: Week of March 7

Satellite Staff March 9, 2022

Salutes: School community makes efforts to accommodate juniors on ACT days. Several weeks in a row with days off have allowed students to rest and catch up on work. Student Support staff have...

We are one school, one community, united by our respect and tolerance of other people.

Column: The Multilingual Community of Neenah High School

Robert Barthell, Lead Videographer February 22, 2022

In November 1999, UNESCO officially proclaimed the 21st of February of every year to be the International Mother Languages Day.  In subsequent years, the United Nations called on its member states...

Review: The Importance of Being Earnest Marks Return to Normalcy in a Comedic Fashion

Review: The Importance of Being Earnest Marks Return to Normalcy in a Comedic Fashion

Robert Barthell, Staff Writer January 28, 2022

About two years ago to this day, I wrote about Drama Club’s then-recent production, The Secret in the Wings.  In the crazy span of time since this event, the world has experienced many unforeseen...

Salutes and Slams 2021-22

Salutes & Slams: Week of Jan. 17

Satellite Staff January 19, 2022

Salutes: Heartfelt thanks are due to the N.J.S.D. technology team for their tireless work in the wake of the cyber-terrorist attack. Winter athletes display impressive victory records with the...

Column: The Truth About Being a Teenager

Column: The Truth About Being a Teenager

Ava Krema, Student of Journalism January 11, 2022

I am going, to be honest. Being a teenager is not always easy. While we do not have to worry about things like taxes or how we are going to get our next meal we do have to worry about how we are doing...

Review of Colin In Black & White: Knee Deep On and Off the Field

Review of Colin In Black & White: Knee Deep On and Off the Field

Ice Emery , Student of Journalism January 1, 2022

In 2016, a man sparked one of the biggest sports controversies in this generation if not ever. Colin Kaepernick, a quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers started to kneel during the national anthem to...

Column:  Having a Parent as a Boss

Column: Having a Parent as a Boss

Adriana Laughrin, Student of Journalism January 1, 2022

In the midst of the pandemic, many companies became desperate for new people to hire. Many quit their jobs after everything about life universally changed: a pattern that resulted in me going to bed one...

Author Norman Bridwell holds his stuffed famous character.

Review: Impressive Reboot of Popular Children’s Story Comes to Theaters

Maddisen Keeley, Student of Journalism January 1, 2022

The popular children’s book series “Clifford the Big Red Dog” has returned to the world of entertainment, and this time around, to the big screens on Nov. 10. The new live-action movie was released...

Mike Lynaugh (left) and Jack Ratajczak (right)

Review: Bands Keeping The Wisconsin Music Scene Alive

Amanda Pierron, Student of Journalism January 1, 2022

Wisconsin hosts its fair share of the midwest phenomenon of emo, alternative and pop rock music. The most well known being the folk-punk band from Milwaukee, Violent Femmes, who made it big with their...

The Juice:  Why Aaron Rodgers Deserves the 2021 NFL MVP Amidst Media Battle

The Juice: Why Aaron Rodgers Deserves the 2021 NFL MVP Amidst Media Battle

Bruce Argall, Student of Journalism January 1, 2022

Aaron Rodgers has given some pretty notable answers to reporter's questions. He once told Packers fans to "R-E-L-A-X" in 2014 after a 1-2 start, and they ended with a 12-4 record, and he also said in 2016...

One of the numerous videos Principal Brian Wunderlich concludes with the phrase, Rockets, be amazing.

Column: High School from a College Perspective

Caleb Youngwerth, Student of Journalism January 1, 2022

“Rockets, be amazing,” Principal Brian Wunderlich delivers that lecture at the end of every video. If that statement needs to be said, is the high school not already amazing? Is there something that...

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