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  • March 9Spring sports start today, 3/9, right after school. Make sure you have a physical on file.
  • March 5If you are running track there is a meeting after school, 3/5, in the media center.
  • March 4Academic team photos, 3/11, starting at 11 a.m., so make sure you wear your team shirt.

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Is God real?

Believing that religion has changed because of movements and activism, senior Matthew Frazzini thinks that religion is under attack. Frazzini goes to Lutheran Missouri Synod church, in Pinckney Michigan.

Brianna Gomez and Kaylee Barker

March 14, 2016

Churches, synagogues, mosques and monasteries. People have been attending and integrating their own beliefs into these religious places for centuries. According to the study done by Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion & Public Life, 84 percent of the world population has some religious ...

Honor students volunteer to collect fresh water and funds for Flint residents

Unloading donated water, senior Amanda Page, member of the National Honor Society, helps take water to Flint to assist the community members with the water crisis.

Jacob Hudson, Staff Reporter

March 14, 2016

Students from Stockbridge National Honor Society (NHS) traveled down to Flint to drop off water to the community to help Flint with the water crisis. Flint residents were left to survive with bottled water passed out by many volunteers from around the state, including the American Red Cross and the ...

Every 52 minutes

Every 52 minutes

Brianna Gomez and Kaylee Barker

February 29, 2016

Almost another hour goes by and another person dies. By the end of the day, 28 people are dead. By the end of the week, 196 people are dead. These numbers add up, and by the end of the year, more than 10,000 people die a year from drunk driving in the U.S. The Center for Disease Control (CDC)  repor...

Cracking the code

Cracking the code

Staff

February 29, 2016

Constantly growing in size, the massive flow of information and e-commerce known as the Internet continues its digital reign. However, this virtual kingdom still needs real workers to maintain and improve its infrastructure in the form of coding and website design. Employers are willing to pay those with t...

Skinny hurts

Skinny hurts

Zabrina Yanella, Reporter

February 29, 2016

“I skipped lunch today.” “No thanks, I already ate.” “Do you know how many calories are in that?” “I’m so fat.” These phrases are common signs of eating disorders, and many people have said at least one. Have you? The high school health curriculum lacks information and ...

The terrors of public speaking

The terrors of public speaking

Kali Roskowski, Reporter

February 29, 2016

Up at the podium, tears are ready to fall. Body shaking and chest hurting makes it difficult to get the words out. When it is over, relief floods the body because she is no longer in her peers’ line of sight. Public speaking is difficult for sophomore Erin Keiser. “I’ve always been shy, and I haven’t t...

Gold stars for all

Gold stars for all

Cassidy Peña, Reporter

February 27, 2016

The days of naps and snack time may be gone, but the positive reinforcement that was employed by teachers and parents should not be left in the sandbox. More often than not, these practices are left behind and replaced with a less productive system: negative reinforcement. In fact, it teache...

Finding a home on the court

Senior Charlie Young, warms up to play against Lansing Christian. “I was shooting some baskets to get the pre-game jitters out,” Young said. They beat Lansing Christian 49-47.

Brianna Gomez, Editor-in-Chief

February 2, 2016

Three seconds left on the scoreboard, he steps up to the 3-point line, shoots and scores a buzzer beater shot that tied the game and put the Red Cedar League team into overtime. This moment in seventh grade was the best moment for senior Charlie Young in his basketball career. Young has been on t...

21-years-old and drowning in debt

21-years-old and drowning in debt

Brianna Gomez, Creative Editor

January 5, 2016

No job, no money and $30,000 in debt, the average 21-year-old struggles to make ends meet. Treading in deep waters of bills and stress, the attempt to keep afloat lies within countless scholarships and financial aid. January 1 is known as Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) season as seniors b...

Minimum wage for maximum dreams

Minimum wage for maximum dreams

Kaylee Barker, Editor-in-Chief

January 4, 2016

Just over $7 an hour and seven days a week may be the new social connection. For seniors, college is coming quicker than ever before, and for some, parents and financial aid won’t fill the financial situation all students are facing. That means 30 hours a week and $8.15 an hour is their financial focu...

Stockbridge High School alumni venture across new borders

On a study abroad trip to England, Stockbridge High School alumni Morgan Ward (third from right) visited castles
on a global perspective business trip with other Michigan State University students.

Arianna Gomez, Reporter

December 18, 2015

98% of college students who study abroad say that studying abroad benefited them by helping them understand their own culture. The most common place to study is Europe. The European lifestyle is very different than the American ways. “I would study abroad. I really want to go to France.” Says...

Fewer choices for the herbivorous and hypersensitive

Sophomore Faith Switzenberg tells the schools satellite server, Lori Allen, what she wants for the main portion of her lunch. Switzenberg isn’t a vegan or vegetarian, and she doesn’t suffer from a food allergy; however, she feels as though the school doesn’t have a lot of healthy options that many students like.

Cheyenne Strong, Reporter

December 18, 2015

Chatter fills the slightly chilly air as students rush into the cafeteria to meet up with their friends, get a good spot in the lunch line and start to munch on their food. As students file into the line to pick out their lunch for the day, they have to quickly make a decision on what to get. Some p...

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