Energy Drinks Pose Harmful Health Effects for Consumers

Energy Drinks Pose Harmful Health Effects for Consumers

Marissa Myska, Staff Writer

March 5, 2020

Picture this: you are walking down the grocery store aisle to pick up a quick drink after practice. You browse the drink aisle stacked with transparent plastic water bottles, sparkling fruity drinks, and wait. What is that bright, shiny logo? Energy? You think to yourself: I really need that after that h...

Editorial: Value of School Assemblies Defended

Seniors show spirit at pep assembly.

Kara Cowell, Editorial Editor

February 16, 2020

The high school assembly: movies make them seem like wild parties, books sometimes paint them as boring disciplinary lectures, and real-life reveals that they can land anywhere on this spectrum.  NHS has held its fair share of school assemblies in its long history, and almost anyone will agree th...

Editorial: A Survival Guide to Active Lifestyles

Editorial: A Survival Guide to Active Lifestyles

Lauren Sturgell, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

February 5, 2020

Whether you like it or not, you will have to take Active Lifestyles 1 or 2 if you are a student at NHS. Whether you are looking forward to an easy A or yearning for time to spend with your friends, every single student has the pleasure of spending time in the pool that reeks of chlorine and the locke...

Letter From The Editor: Step Into Ambition and Watch Yourself Grow

Letter From The Editor: Step Into Ambition and Watch Yourself Grow

Ashlyn Jacobs, Editor-in-Chief

September 9, 2019

From the minute one steps foot into the schoolyard in the beginning of freshman year to the day those same feet cross the stage during graduation, high school leaves a mark on each and every one of us.  Though I myself walked the halls as a bewildered freshman only one year ago, already the jour...

Editorial: Apple, Better or Worse

Editorial: Apple, Better or Worse

Mason Jones, Student of Journalism

December 27, 2018

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...

Editorial: Appeal to Join in the Walkout

Editorial:  Appeal to Join in the Walkout

Jason Fisher, Editorial Columnist

March 12, 2018

Usually, high school students are overlooked on the national stage. However, the recent tragedy in Parkland, Fla. has amplified interest in us tenfold. Within days of Nikolas Cruz’s massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, students at that school wrote letters, held and attended protests, and...

Letter to the Editor: Pointless New Year’s Resolutions

Perfect example of what your goal should be

January 13, 2018

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...

High School Journalism Matters

Alyssa Remme, Staff Writer

December 26, 2017

Journalism and Composition 12 go hand-in-hand to address the same, senior-level writing standards.  Composition for Journalistic Publications provides students with a new platform to express their writing, while Composition 12 is essentially the same thing students have done every year via different p...

Letter to the Editor: Questioning the Mental Health of Future Generations

Student mural in the library that picture students of the past and the future

December 26, 2017

Dear Editor: NHS is looking to implement the standards-based grading in the coming years. Many classes already have started with this implementation. It is a common belief that this new grading scale is inspiring perfection and not learning. Many students are told from the beginning of their schoo...

Video: Satellite Editors Say Goodbye to Staff and NHS

Video: Satellite Editors Say Goodbye to Staff and NHS

Marissa Hart and Charley Hrobsky

May 16, 2017

Editor-in-Chief Charley Hrobsky and Assistant Editor-in-Chief Marissa Hart talk about their time at NHS, give advice, and talk about next year's Editor-in-Chief.

Letter to Editor: Prom Venue Matters

Arianna Robles, Student of Journalism

December 29, 2016

Dear Editor:   Prom is supposed to be a sensational day – a day of creating memories! Some spend all day and some even months preparing for the big day. That is why this special event should never be held in a school cafeteria where Friday’s lunch Jell-O is still stuck to the floor. “Prom...

Book review of the fourth addition in series : The Heir fails to satisfy Selectioners

May 12, 2015

By:   Staff Writer Charley Hrobsky “You are Eadlyn Schreave. You are the next person in line to run this country, and you will be the first girl to do it on your own. No one,” I said, “is as powerful as you.” Eadlyn Schreave, the heir to the throne of Illea, has been forced to hold a Sele...

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