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Miles from home

Miles from home

Kaylee Barker, Editor-in-Chief

April 28, 2015


Filed under LIFE

The robotics team’s fascination with travel started after its first trip to Palau. Now, the team is seeing expansions to the program through their ventures. The travel itinerary for this year: First Stop:  Key Largo, Florida. In conjunction with the AP Biology trip to Key Largo, seniors Madely...

Heavy backpacks, more than one weighty factor

Heavy backpacks, more than one weighty factor

Jacob Hudson, Assistan Top Stories Editor

April 22, 2015


Filed under LIFE, Showcase

Back pains due to overloaded backpacks starting earlier in this generation. There seem to be a few reasons students carry heavy backpacks. One of them is because lockers are easily broken into, frequently. “I do not trust the lockers; it is just so easy to jiggle them open,” sophomore...

A trip to change a life

A trip to change a life

Brianna Gomez, Editor-in-Chief

March 17, 2015


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This village that we live in of barely a thousand people is incredibly small, so heading to the U.S. Supreme Court for a march with over half a million people was a bit nerve-wracking. But there I was looking out my hotel room window, and I already saw hundreds of people walking toward the Washington...

New school lunches have bigger impact than students think

Collin Nelson, Assistant Opinion Editor

March 17, 2015


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Like many teenagers, junior Bailey Pratt likes having choices. Last year Pratt bought school lunches due to the variety of options. “This year, there are not as many choices,” said Pratt. “I would pack a lunch every day if I could.” Although some students have poor opinions on the new...

More snow, less money

More snow, less money

Rachel Culver, Life Editor

March 17, 2015


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Not sure how she will buy her wet gear or pay for food for her robotics class trip to the Pacific Island of Palau, senior Jamie Cool lacks hours from her job at Rue 21 in the Tanger outlet mall in Howell, Michigan. She broke down and asked for certain supplies she needed for Christmas from...

8th graders start high school early, good results

8th graders start high school early, good results

Emily Keiser, Assistant Life Editor

March 17, 2015


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It’s not easy being the new kid in school, especially when you’re the youngest. A Stockbridge High schooler sitting in classrooms could possibly be 12 years old. Principal Richard Cook thinks that having brought the 8th graders into the high school has accelerated the maturing process, they have...

Frenzied changes to the education system

Frenzied changes to the education system

Brianna Gomez, Editor-in-Chief

March 11, 2015


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This girl is no cliché. She is real. Her name is Taylor Machette and she wants to go to Harvard University. She may get there if stress doesn’t kill her first. Her mother wakes her up just hours after she has gone to bed. She begins to go through her average routine of getting ready and trudges...

SSFL protest at annual March for Life in D.C.

SSFL protest at annual March for Life in D.C.

Beverly Santos, Entertainment Editor

March 9, 2015


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"I heard of March for Life, and that it was very powerful and encouraging," junior Collin Curtis said. "Over half a million people were there and most were students, including Stockbridge." For the first time since the Stockbridge Students for Life (SSFL) group was formed in 2013, seven young activists...

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