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All Inclusive

All Inclusive

Zabrina Yannella, Creative Editor

January 3, 2017


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Every day is a battle, both internally and externally, a constant conflict between how they feel and how they look. Add to all this trying to decide exactly which bathroom to use. Transgender students are among the smallest demographic in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning community (...

Taking on the skies

Taking on the skies

Chloe Miner, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2016


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Look! Up in the sky! Is it a bird? No, it’s a plane, with Stockbridge’s own Deanna McAlister at the controls. McAlister and her husband Don McAlister own and operate Stockbridge Auto Care on Elizabeth Street by day, but this business woman takes to the skies every chance she gets at Mason Jewett ...

Stockbridge from a different angle

Stockbridge from a different angle

Chloe Miner, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2016


Filed under FEATURE, Video

Flying above Stockbridge 500 feet high at around 250-300 mph, Deanna and I were having a great time talking about all the beautiful sights we were seeing. The closer we got to downtown Stockbridge, I started to see my house and the schools. It was cool to see the world at a different angle. I started...

Culture shock in a rural town

Culture shock in a rural town

Emma Lockhart, Editor-in-Cheif

December 1, 2016


Filed under FEATURE, Showcase

As humans, we interact as a way of feeling fulfilled. And, unknowingly, culture is infused into the everyday structure of a person from when she is born. Being in one place for the entirety of her life does not reflect to her the way the world works. Staying in one place may be a dream, but if a career...

Maximizing opportunities

Maximizing opportunities

Cheyenne Strong, Social Media Editor

November 16, 2016


Filed under FEATURE, LIFE

Students settle into bed at night, getting some much needed rest for the next school day; however, there are some juniors and seniors who stay up late typing away at essays, scribbling down notes for a reading or finishing up their calculus problems. These students have a much heavier workload than so...

A dizzy intersection

A dizzy intersection

Abbey Salyer, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2016


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Many of us remember the nursery rhyme that goes, “Round and round we go. Where we stop, nobody knows.” Many teens have that state of mind when hitting the newly added roundabout near Chelsea. Since drivers have to keep moving at this sort of intersection, it really sparks curiosity. Is it any bet...

The road to success is not a set path

The road to success is not a set path

Hana Allen, Senior Reporter

November 1, 2016


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Soon, the delicious aroma of home cooked meals and warm hugs from family will surround us but that will not be the only joy circulating the room. Drilling questions from various family members about what the plan is after high school will also encompass us. The holidays are approaching quickly, which ...

Who is the boss now?

Who is the boss now?

Zabrina Yanella, Creative Editor

October 17, 2016


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On the first day of school, students anticipated receiving their Chromebooks ready to begin their online assignments. However, when students tried to access anything, even just Google, a screen with the iboss cybersecurity system would read, “Access to the requested site has been restricted due to yo...

Track and field throwers

Track and field throwers

Natalia Peters, Staff Reporter

June 10, 2016


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Throwing discus or shot put with all the power a body can offer is what drives some people to throw for track and field. This season, fewer people are drawn to that feeling, resulting in harder conditions to compete for the team. Students associate track and field with long distance runs and sprints; however...

Ecological illumination

Ecological illumination

Zabrina Yannella, Staff Reporter

June 10, 2016


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Imagine lying in bed trying to fall asleep while neighbors’ house lights shine through windows, cars drive by shining headlights, and the Four way stop light blinks red over and over. Lights around the house, car headlights, street lamps, lights at local businesses and stop lights can actually pollut...

Water Welfare

Water Welfare

James White, Editor-In Chief

June 10, 2016


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As students prepare for their final exams, Uncaged decided to administer a test of its own. Lead, bacteria, nitrates, pH and chlorine were all subjects included in Stockbridge High School's drinking water safety review. Water safety is obviously a current, hot button issue in the Mitten due to the Flin...

Destroying biodiversity

Destroying biodiversity

Emma Lockhart, Staff Reporter

June 10, 2016


Filed under FEATURE, Showcase

In reality, people actually use high school math, in situations like these: Just in the student parking lot on May 24, 125 cars sat. Let’s just say that each of these cars gets an average 20 miles per gallon and each car drives 5 miles from home to the school. That means one way to school, students...

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