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The ability to increase strength allows students growth physically and mentally.

Teenage Fitness on the Rise: Know Where to Go to Meet Fitness Goals

Zach Kramp, Student of Journalism December 28, 2022

Whether someone is looking to start their first fitness routine or looking to enhance their current fitness goals, finding the best gym to meet their needs is the ultimate challenge.  High school students...

In the month of August 2020, we welcomed our pride and joy, Rosie. Rosie is a pug and a Yorkie mix.

Column: The Close to Home Realities of a Pandemic Puppy

December 27, 2022

Even though purchasing a puppy in the midst of COVID brought much joy to many households, it was not the best time for a new addition. The social isolation the pet experienced has now possibly led to its...

Photo by Mrs. Plankey

Review: Simon’s Specialty Cheese – Foreign Exchange Student’s First Time Trying Squeaky Cheese Curds

Ana Sofia O. Pavao, Student of Journalism December 21, 2022

When people think about Wisconsin, one thing comes to mind (ironically not the Green Bay Packers): cheese, and more specifically, squeaky cheese curds.  As a foreign exchange student from Brazil, the...

An Affordable Night Out in the Fox Valley

An Affordable Night Out in the Fox Valley

Anna Foucault , Student of Journalism December 21, 2022

As the months go on and it gets colder outside, it begins to get harder to find cheap alternatives to hammocking in a park or going to the pool when looking to go out. The question always is where can...

One of many extracurricular activities offered.   (Photo of Boys Swimming & Diving after winning at The Terror Relays)

Column: Extracurricular Activities Help Students in Extraordinary Ways

Ryan Foucault, Student of Journalism December 21, 2022

Many students are involved in NHS’s extracurricular activities. These activities take up much of the students' time, focus and effort. This could lead to students not doing so well in their core classes...

Photo taken by Emerson Bluemke

Column: Wisconsin’s Traditions Explored and Appreciated

Emerson Bluemke, Student of Journalism December 21, 2022

Wisconsin is rich in tradition and has a wide range of things to be proud of. The list includes: Fish frys, supper clubs, cheese curds and custard.  Unfortunately, many people outside of the state are...

The beautiful Janae Owens, Class of 2022 (center), and me, looking insane right in front of her.

Column: Understanding NHS Show Choir Culture

Ella Mainville, Student of Journalism December 21, 2022

Deep in the corners of the music suite, a group of students roam the mirror room, dancing in unison and preparing relentlessly for what may be seen by many as cult-like competitions. Actually, the mirror...

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 21, 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...

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