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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...

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...

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...

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...

Column:  The Mystery of Swim Team Finally Revealed

Column: The Mystery of Swim Team Finally Revealed

Olly Dungan, Student of Journalism January 1, 2022

The year of our Lord, 2021, would be my final year on the high school’s swim team. On a usual day, I made my usual walk with my friend down to the orchestra room to fetch my cello, and then made my usual...

A middle-aged man takes part in an activity seen as childish.

Column: When Does Someone Become an Adult?

Gavin McClowry, Student of Journalism December 30, 2021

“Future” has always been my least favorite f-word, so the thought of growing up and living on my own has always frightened me. I turn 18-years-old in about a month’s time. Pretty soon I will be an...

Column:  Is It Worth Getting a Part-Time Job?

Column: Is It Worth Getting a Part-Time Job?

Cole Tauscher, Student of Journalism December 29, 2021

Even though it is difficult to balance work and school life, having a part-time job as a teenager is vital because workers get funds that can be used for college, build discipline and gain work experience. I...

Three comics from the NHS library that I can recommend.

Column: An Argument for Comic Books

Lukas Schmerse, Student of Journalism December 29, 2021

Comic books, graphic novels, cartoons and funny books go by many names, but hopefully by the end of this article readers will feel that “not ‘real’ books” is one of them. According to a study...

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Column: Sexual Assault Issue Lacks Discussion and Support

Ellon Buchanan, Student of Journalism December 23, 2020

Sexual assault is an umbrella term used for any sexual contact without a person’s consent. This can happen to anyone at any age, gender or sexual orientation. Despite the fact that this can happen to...

Sketch on the left shows a women looking said covered by a red cross. Sketch on the right shows the same women in the same outfit walking also happily.

Column Explores Dress Codes: Harmful or Helpful

Grace Randall, Student of Journalism December 23, 2020

As a student, while at NHS, Shattuck and Horace Mann, I have seen people dress coded for impracticable issues and ruthless rules later deemed pointless. Dress codes are rules that limit how a person may...

An Air Fryer can fry various different foods, anything from doughnuts to brussel sprouts.

Column: An Increasingly-Popular Kitchen Appliance Creates New Opportunities for College Students

Payton McClowry, Student of Journalism December 23, 2020

In less than a year, high school seniors will enter a new phase in their life where many will be responsible for taking on new tasks they may not be used to, like cooking. College students need a quick...

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Column: Are Virtual Wednesdays Effective?

Madison Gafner, Student of Journalism December 23, 2020

The Neenah Joint School District started implementing virtual Wednesdays Nov. 11. Virtual Wednesdays are a day where students have all of their classes virtually over Zoom. These Wednesdays are like a...

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