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New absent policy to limit unnecessary absences

New absent policy to limit unnecessary absences

Hannah Bolton, Editor in chief

August 26, 2019

“We want to continue to make this a better place,” junior high school principal Meghan Kunzelman said. A new absent policy is the next step to continue on this path.  Students who skip one class or the whole day have created an issue. “The teachers thought that we needed to strengthen the absent policy,...

Update: Suspect released from custody, no charges pressed

Update: Suspect released from custody, no charges pressed

Hannah Bolton and Logan Connolly

February 21, 2019

UPDATE: Saturday February 23, 2019 In a Facebook post from the Stockbridge Police Department, Chief Torres said that the suspect has been released and there will be no formal charges pressed. "The investigation uncovered claims of persistent bullying by others," Torres said. "I believe this precipitated...

Seventh grader changes the world, one wig at a time

Seventh grader changes the world, one wig at a time

Abigail Douglas, Creative Editor

January 8, 2019

Cancer is the “leading cause of death in kids from the age 0-19,” according to the National Cancer Institute. An astonishing statistic, but it does not reflect the children who are ill; those kids go through difficult treatment, often ending up losing their hair. That is where seventh grader Wi...

Deviating from destructiveness

Deviating from destructiveness

Kali Roskowski and Zabrina Yannella

February 22, 2018

In a land not so far away, Ann Arbor to be exact, live a group of students that is much more culturally woke than one would expect from Generation Z. We met up with this band of thinkers for a cultural exchange where we talked about issues that we have in our schools and how to combat the cultura...

Sexual harassment is your issue, too

Sexual harassment is your issue, too

Staff editorial, Staff

February 13, 2018

Harvey Weinstein. Kevin Spacey. Ben Affleck. Matt Lauer. Roy Moore. More and more women are throwing powerful men into the spotlight for their crimes. The time has come when people are comfortable with standing up for their bodies. Sexual harassment has become a social norm in society. Our gener...

‘The Color Purple’ leaves audience tickled pink

‘The Color Purple’ leaves audience tickled pink

Zabrina Yannella, Editor-In-Chief

February 13, 2018

  Dear God,   Thank you for blessing the general public with the U.S. tour of the Broadway musical, “The Color Purple.” The Tony and Emmy award winning Broadway performance has toured the U.S. for 12 months, with the final tour date set for January 8.   Zabrina Yannella A ca...

The Panther Yearbook Wins the Coveted Spartan Award

The Panther Yearbook Wins the Coveted Spartan Award

February 1, 2018

​Results are in for state competition and The Panther Yearbook team is pleased to share that it won the coveted Spartan Award with Distinction for the 2017 NOW themed yearbook. Out-of-state judge, Dr. Elizabeth Keeling, commented, "This is a beautiful book. I wish every student from every smal...

The next digital media playground

The next digital media playground

Patrick Cox, Staff Reporter

January 17, 2018

Dexter Gore Jr. grew up in one of the worst areas of Chicago. He was always a fan of school and playing on his high school basketball team. The city influenced him to quit the sport he loved and do what he had to do to survive in a place that swallows kids just like him whole, according to interviews ...

Follow the leader

Follow the leader

Zabrina Yannella, Editor-in-Chief

January 8, 2018

Screams and laughter fill the air of the corridor as a crowd of students forms around to witness the big event. Smartphones whip out of pockets to record what takes place. Gaukers stand in complete stillness, watching and waiting to see if anyone will make the first move in stopping the fight in front ...

Treats for Turkey Day

Treats for Turkey Day

Kali Roskowski, Editor-in-Chief

November 28, 2017

Let’s be real: Thanksgiving is about the food. Sure, family comes from all over the country--and in some cases--all over the world, but really, what everyone is most excited for is the meal. Of course, seeing grandma and grandpa is nice, but when thinking about the well-seasoned turkey, mashed potatoes and gra...

Life on a pumpkin farm

Life on a pumpkin farm

Kali Roskowski, Editor-in-Chief

November 13, 2017

If there is anything to love about living with a field of pumpkins in your backyard, it is being able to use them for socialization, for meals and for decoration according to freshman Samantha Armstrong. “You can use [the pumpkins] for anything,” Armstrong said. “People come and get pumpkins ‘ca...

Michigan finds its grind

Michigan finds its grind

Kali Roskowski and Zabrina Yannella

October 22, 2017

CLICK ON IMAGE FOR PHOTO STORY What makes you tick? Think about it. Everyone has a personal grind. Motivational speaker Mike Smith inspired attendees to ponder exactly this in his presentation for Josten’s Renaissance Back to School Tour at the Breslin Center at Michigan State University. Tues...

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