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Grounding: conquering the anxiety to perform

Tyler Wayne, Staff Reporter

The lights dim and a spotlight shoots down at the stage. Junior Elizabeth Salyer senses a rush of cortisol as she runs through the lyrics of her solo performance. As a choir student, one of the most nerve-racking moments can be when one is asked to perform a solo performance at one her concerts. Especially for shy students, singing without one’s peers can be an u...

June 27, 2017

Revamp, remodel and rework

Revamp, remodel and rework

Sarah Shevrovich, Staff Reporter

One word that describes all of the changes for 2018 school year: excited. Principal Richard Cook and science teacher Diane Brooks use the word “excited” when describing t...

June 20, 2017

Underwater Robotic team wins state competition

Underwater Robotic team wins state competition

Rita Alonso, Staff Reporter

Emotions ran wild for the underwater robotics team while they waited for the winner to be announced. Team number 9 was called, which meant it won the Marine Advanced Tech...

June 10, 2017

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How to accomplish any goal you set

How to accomplish any goal you set

Mason Gee-Montgomery, Staff Reporter

 Only three percent of citizens in the United States have written goals. Out of these 3 percent, “only 1 percent rewrite and review their goals on a daily basis” accor...

July 1, 2017

Less stress, more stretch

Less stress, more stretch

Anna Baird, Content Editor

Whether it is school, work or something personal, life can become stressful very quickly. There are different ways to deal with this stress, and for a lot of people, yoga i...

June 29, 2017

A new twist

A new twist

Abbey Salyer, Staff Reporter

Jotting notes down in math class, eighth grader Landon Clark finds it difficult to pay attention. When he and his classmates take notes, he says “I fidget with my pencil...

June 26, 2017

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Life

Perceptions

Perceptions

Jordan Hammerberg, Staff Reporter

Imagine two people cloud gazing. One person sees a sheep, while another sees an atomic explosion. No one is righ...

May 19, 2017

Hidden Gems

Hidden Gems

Sarah Barney and Eric Johnson

A resurgence of interest in old styles has put clothing and accessories such as high-waisted pants and ...

May 16, 2017

Between the pages of creating a yearbook

Between the pages of creating a yearbook

Tyler Wayne, Staff Reporter

Managing one’s peers is far from easy. However, as a first year member of The Panther yearbook staff, Taylor Crockett does it seamlessly. In the short amount of t...

May 9, 2017

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Sports

Battling for a breath

Battling for a breath

Zabrina Yannella, Creative Editor

Twenty minutes into the first half of the varsity girls soccer game, freshman Megan Catron broke into chills and could not breathe. The ability to catch her breath felt farthe...

June 23, 2017

Following in her footsteps

Following in her footsteps

Emma Lockhart, Editor-in-Chief

Pushing herself to finish the 2 mile race, freshman Rachel Owen steadily runs along the track against 11 other athletes, one of those being her peer, friend and mentor, se...

May 25, 2017

Pitch, field and game

Pitch, field and game

Sarah Shevrovich, Staff Reporter

“I do think softball is harder [than baseball],” the varsity boys coach Chris Robinson said “due to the fact that they pitch so close and the ball comes from a reall...

May 16, 2017

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Opinion

Schools should offer more AP courses

Schools should offer more AP courses

Anna Baird, Content Editor

There is quite a bit of pressure to come across as put-together and well-rounded on college applications. This c...

May 19, 2017

Heads, shoulders, knees and toes

Heads, shoulders, knees and toes

Shelby Zeigler, Columnist

The time is here. The time of year for demoralizing and sexualizing women for parts of their body they ha...

May 18, 2017

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Entertainment

Song as old as time, or is it?

Song as old as time, or is it?

Abbey Salyer, Staff Reporter

Elizabeth Cyr Finally. The most captivating Disney princess movie has finally come to life. To quote the movie, “be the guest” and experience ...

May 22, 2017

Anna Baird, Content Editor

Spotify link Each title is a link to a YouTube link to the song. Have a go-to, power-up song? Here are a few to ad...

March 21, 2017

Meet the musicians

Meet the musicians

Zabrina Yannella and Rita Alonso

Friends, family and locals fill the cozy coffee shop. A piano sits near the front window waiting to be ...

March 2, 2017

Staff Ed

Wealthy president, unhealthy priorities

Wealthy president, unhealthy priorities

Stass Editorial

Even though our country is past the 100 day mark of time with Donald Trump as president, the future ...

June 22, 2017

For the love of humanity

For the love of humanity

Staff

As children in elementary school, we would sit on the floor of the music classroom and practice differen...

April 12, 2017

We have the power

We have the power

Staff

America is so harshly divided about everything President Donald Trump does, from the way he communica...

March 7, 2017

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