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Video Game Review: Epic Games’ Fortnite Entertains Gamers

Video Game Review: Epic Games’ Fortnite Entertains Gamers

Jason Fisher, Game Reviewer

December 26, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Reviews, Showcase

As the flying bus passed over the strip mall, I leapt from it. Noticing many other people heading for the same location, I changed course and glided down to the roof of a house, which I smashed through and jumped into the attic, where I picked up an assault rifle lying on the ground. While this may sound...

High School Journalism Matters

High School Journalism Matters

Alyssa Remme, Staff Writer

December 26, 2017


Filed under Editorial, Opinion

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...

Moneytalks Column: Advice for College Expenses

Moneytalks Column:  Advice for College Expenses

Keaton Calcaterra, Student of Journalism

December 26, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion

With devastating price tags and application fees rising, college can be difficult to afford. In fact, cbsnews.com confirmed some colleges are almost $60,000 per year for tuition and room/board. Being a student who is about to leave for college, I have firsthand experience on the stress of needing money ...

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

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

December 26, 2017


Filed under Editorial, Letters to the Editor, Opinion

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...

Salutes and Slams: Week of Dec. 20

Salutes and Slams: Week of Dec. 20

December 20, 2017


Filed under Mini-torials, Opinion

Salutes: Chamber Choir lifted spirits during its caroling session. The holiday concert utilized musical interludes between concerts, keeping the audience hooked. Students brought in 754 tampons, 738 liners, 328 pads and $174 to help homeless women. Slams: Registration using Career Cruising inv...

Letter to Editor: Giving Back in Our Community

Letter to Editor:  Giving Back in Our Community

Kassidy Schmidt, Student of Journalism

December 19, 2017


Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Dear Editor:  We have finally come upon the holiday season, which means gifts, travel, and plenty of food. Our biggest worry is making sure our friends and family are traveling safely and providing everyone with a gift for their exchanges. But what if our worries went deeper than the surface? What ...

Review of Holiday Tradition: Oshkosh Celebration of Lights

Review of Holiday Tradition:  Oshkosh Celebration of Lights

Emily Manteufel, Students of Journalism

December 19, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Reviews, Showcase

A local holiday light show may need to be added to a list of traditions. The Oshkosh Celebration of Lights is celebrating 16 years of holiday cheer. Menominee Park (520 Pratt Trail, Oshkosh) is filled with about three quarters of a million lights over a 1.2 mile course. A radio station featuring holi...

Review: Are the new iPhone 8 and X worth upgrading to this holiday season?

Review:  Are the new iPhone 8 and X worth upgrading to this holiday season?

Jacob Theisen, Student of Journalism

December 19, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Reviews, Showcase

Around the holiday season, consumers see prices slashed on the latest and greatest iPhone collection. Many Americans will either upgrade their current iPhone or ditch their Android this year for a glimmering new iPhone. Experts conclude that, once the new iPhones are in stock, the phones will be sold ...

Review: Christmas Classics vs. Musical Makeovers

Review:  Christmas Classics vs. Musical Makeovers

Olivia Lehrer, Student of Journalism

December 19, 2017


Filed under Reviews, Showcase

With fresh snowfall on the rooftops, the lights twinkle against the dark sky speckled with falling snowflakes. The quiet landscape begins to fill with the mummer of Christmas spirit and jolly cheer. The expression of:  "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" dates back to a popular song in 1963 and thrives in 2017. For centuries Christmas music has filled the cold, winter air with merry smile...

Review: Five Must-See Holiday Films

Review: Five Must-See Holiday Films

Skylar Neuber, Students of Journalism

December 19, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Reviews

As the holiday season grows near, many families are gathering around the fire with steaming hot chocolate, searching for the best Christmas movies television has to offer. This year, I will be reviewing five must-see Christmas movies every family can enjoy from a classic oldie to a more modern family C...

Comic Strip: Homework

Comic Strip:  Homework

Pippa Austin, Cartoonist

December 18, 2017


Filed under Cartoons, Opinion

Staff Editorial: Picking Classes like a Professional

Staff Editorial: Picking Classes like a Professional

Satellite Staff

December 18, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorials

Many students find the holidays stressful between tests, buying gifts and shoveling driveways. Some, however, become refreshed upon receiving the opportunity to choose classes for the upcoming school year. Today, all freshmen, sophomores and juniors will report to assigned classrooms to be guided through...

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