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Uniting the community through acceptance

Uniting the community through acceptance

Emily Keiser, Assistant Life Editor

May 14, 2015


Filed under NEWS

“People tell you that you’re going to be the leaders of tomorrow, but you’re not. It’s not true,” Dan Ekonen, Director of School Initiatives for Special Olympic of Michigan, told student officers of the Panther Chapter of the National Honor Society. “You are students who are the leaders of...

Small step toward change

Small step toward change

Angelica Eagle, Opinion Editor

April 24, 2015


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Millions of Americans partake in McDonald’s array of poultry products, including local high school students who live in an era where caring about what you eat is considered cool. However, because of the lack of restaurant options in Stockbridge, students usually opt for Mcdonalds. “I go to McDonalds...

Art class designs Vans for competition

Art class designs Vans for competition

Rachel Culver, Life Editor

April 22, 2015


Filed under NEWS, Showcase

Take a step into the Journeys shoe store and look around. There are tons of Vans shoes on the walls, all different colors and sizes. Some have sparkles on them and some have cats. Designs of anything you could think of. Now these designs are coming from inside the walls of our schools and from...

The undefined generation

The undefined generation

Brianna Gomez, Editor-in-Chief

April 22, 2015


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Dead fish go with the flow. This group of young adults don’t act like dead fish when deciding who should represent our country in the 2016 elections. There are Republicans, Democrats, and independents, but this generation falls somewhere new. With no representation, youth voting is decreasing each...

The death of a cartoonist

The death of a cartoonist

Angelica Eagle, Opinion Editor

April 14, 2015


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Stephane Charbonnier, Jean Cabut and George Wolinski, along with 14 other victims, were all shot and killed by Islamic extremists over offensive cartoons published in a small satirical French publication, Charlie Hebdo. Over the years Charlie Hebdo published numerous images of the Prophet Muhammad...

Free for the plenty

Free for the plenty

Kaylee Barker, Editor-in-Chief

March 27, 2015


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Freedom from home, late night cram sessions and student debt. While two of these ideas are usually much anticipated for in college, the last is usually dreaded. However, with a new free community college proposal presented January 20 by President Barack Obama, the latter could be considered “paid.” The...

Technology, the struggle is real

Technology, the struggle is real

Collin Nelson, Assistant Opinion Editor

March 25, 2015


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Getting school work done is very important to students, and for that to be possible in today's world, technology plays a leading role. Edutopia research analyst Vanessa Vega urges that for students “technology offers opportunities to be more actively involved in the learning experience.” “The...

Choir earns superior mark

Choir earns superior mark

Jacob Hudson, Assistant Top Stories Editor

March 17, 2015


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After hearing the news of their win, the men of the Stockbridge high school choir were ecstatic; however, they knew more work was ahead. Up next: state competition. “The choir is practicing its sight reading and the songs that they will be singing at the state competition. They are also practicing...

All American Award surprises yearbook staff

All American Award surprises yearbook staff

Emma Lockhart, Top Stories Editor

March 11, 2015


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“What a beautiful, little record of the history this year at this school that you have created!” said judge Anne G. Whitt, MA, MJE, in admiration of the first nationally recognized Panther yearbook. Not only did Whitt, the out of state judge, critique the first yearbook that the Stockbridge...

Visit to nations capitol discontinued

Visit to nations capitol discontinued

James White, Business Manager

March 9, 2015


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"It's been a trip I've been looking forward to since I was probably in third grade," Students like eighth grader Gabe Millen have been eagerly awaiting the epic Washington D.C. field trip. The trip includes visits to historical landmarks such as the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, and Arlington...

Childhood memories burned to ashes

Childhood memories burned to ashes

Jacob Hudson and Brianna Gomez

March 5, 2015


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The sun beat down on young Autumn Shingledecker's neck as she went on her usual mile trek to the Unadilla store. She parked her bike, wiped sweat off her forehead and headed inside to get her favorite flavor of ice cream. She talked with her friends a bit about their summer plans and enjoyed an overly...

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