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The student news site of Stockbridge High School

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The student news site of Stockbridge High School

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FEATURE

There are many opportunities offered at Stockbridge to take part in. From multiple extracurriculars, sports, and academics, theres something for everyone.

Meeting the ghost of possibility

Reflecting on missed opportunities in the last moments of high school
Kaitlyn Oversmith, Reporter May 3, 2024

Eastern Michigan University student Makayla Myers is a very accomplished individual in high school and now in college. She was a straight-A student who involved herself in the community and even had the...

Senior Q&A

Olyvia Hoard, Social Media Manager May 2, 2024

A more humane society

Humane societies pave an important road for animals in need
Taiyler Stanfield, Editor-in-Chief April 22, 2024

Gaza has been under violent attacks by Israel for over 16 years while 80 percent of people in Gaza rely on outside forces and aid to keep them alive. Made with Canva

History repeats itself

Sami Wilson, Reporter April 17, 2024

For over 100 years, Israel has been terrorizing the people of Palestine. According to the BBC, the terror all started after World War I when Britain took control of the area of Palestine. At this time,...

The way of the weights

Lifting weights becomes popular among young adults
Gary Killinger, Reporter April 12, 2024

Looking for jobs is much harder these days because you are no longer competing within the community but worldwide.

The never-ending hunt

The tribulations of finding a job
Kaitlyn Oversmith, Reporter April 10, 2024

Jobs have been the staple of a functioning society for centuries, according to The Atlantic. They’re what runs the world, people need a job to support themselves, and their jobs, in turn, support the...

“Smaller schools are a lot less accepting of minorities,” freshman Eli Wells said. “But it is a lot easier to get to know everyone.”

Beyond City Limits

The differences between rural and urban schools
Olyvia Hoard, Social Media Manager April 5, 2024

Education serves as the cornerstone of society, yet the landscape of schooling varies greatly between rural and urban settings. While both environments strive to provide quality education, their unique...

Senior Cheyenne Calhoun opens TikTok in between classes to mindlessly scroll before redirecting her attention to what the teacher has to say.

The Tiktok effect

How Tiktok shortens attention spans
Cheyenne Calhoun, Reporter March 15, 2024

TikTok is an app that teens love to watch. People can watch funny videos, people dancing, or even create their own videos that are 10 to 15 seconds long. When teens get so used to watching these shorter...

Reading between the lines

Reading between the lines

The importance and impact of reading
Taiyler Stanfield, Editor-in-Chief March 12, 2024

This year, English teachers announced in a video played for every classroom that “March is Reading Month” is officially here. Students across classrooms reminisced about winning anywhere from a brand-new...

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Is social media real?

Influencers' impact of teens
Macy Cipta, Editor-in-Chief March 8, 2024

After a long exhausting school day, junior Ethan Bradley lays comfortably on his couch scrolling endlessly on his social media feed for hours at a time. Bradley admits to spending over 14 hours on social...

Social media and its impact on relationships

Grace Burg, Reporter March 8, 2024

Social media is more normalized than ever, which has caused some mixed emotions and opinions. On one hand, social media allows you to connect with people without being with them which can help if someone...

The neon lit building of the MJR in Brighton is a popular place for students and families to watch newly released movies.

Leaving the big screen

The rise of streaming services vs. the fall of movie theaters
Kaitlyn Oversmith, Reporter March 6, 2024

Back in the day, going to the movies was the thing to do. It was the ideal place for a date, a nice family outing, and hangouts between friends. It was ‘in’, according to Digital History. But what...

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