• Girls’ tennis plays at Cimarron

    Girls’ tennis plays at Cimarron

    Sylina Zhang, Staff Reporter

    August 31, 2014

    The girls’ tennis team played at Cimarron on Aug. 28 for their first meet of the fall season, competing against Cimarron, Greeley County/Tribune, Ulysses and St. John. The team came in first place overall out of all five teams with a total of 21 team points. Junior Brooke Forinash played number one singles and he made a 4-0 mark. She won against all four teams and secured first place. Playing number two singles is senior Emily McPherson.... READ MORE »»

  • New librarian

    New librarian

    Hannah Baxter, Reporter

    August 29, 2014

    Librarian Janet Affentranger is new to the Hays High staff this year replacing Elizabeth Harris who retired last year. Affentranger has some exciting things to say about her teaching career and is looking forward to her time here at the Hays High library. “I have been teaching since 1978,” A said. “Seven of it has been teaching grade school while the other 29 I have been a librarian.” Although Affentranger has loved and still loves to... READ MORE »»

  • Freshman’s New School Year

    Freshman’s New School Year

    Rachael Arthur, Staff Reporter

    August 29, 2014

    As the freshmen take a step into the new school on the first day, they make attempt to look acceptable in the eyes of the upper classmen. They ask themselves if they remembered everything, do they look presentable, or whether or not they can remember what their first hour is. Ring! The first hour bell rings; so much for remembering. Incoming freshmen have to deal with these things all over the world. So what exactly were the freshmen’s first impressions... READ MORE »»

  • Gay-Straight Alliance may not continue due to lack of participation

    Gay-Straight Alliance may not continue due to lack of participation

    Brianna Mathias, Co-Editor

    August 29, 2014

    The fate of the Gay-Straight Alliance is currently undecided, but as of now, the sponsors of this club are not planning on continuing the group this year. Psychologist and GSA sponsor Carrie Nassif said that at one point, the GSA caused much excitement and was mostly made of allies. Through the years, the number of students involved in this club has declined so drastically that sometimes only two or three people would show up to meetings. “We... READ MORE »»

  • Senior Alex Delton signs to K-State

    Senior Alex Delton signs to K-State

    Max Befort, Reporter

    August 29, 2014

    Senior Alex Delton signed a national letter of intent to play at Kansas State University, August 28, 2014 “I’m really excited that I’m officially signed to K-State and that I’m part of a prestigious and good program,” Delton said. Delton discussed the work that had to be done prior to signing. “I hope to play professional level after K-State, but get a degree in Kinesiology and eventually coach in the division 1 collegiate level,”... READ MORE »»

News

New teacher in the halls

Sarah Rooney, Staff Reporter

Several new faces appeared this year in the classrooms and in the hall. Now teaching Advanced and Regular Algebra I and Advanced Geometry is Josh Peterson. Previously he...  Read More »

August 29, 2014 • 0 comments

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Sports

Girls’ tennis plays at Cimarron

Girls’ tennis plays at Cimarron

Sylina Zhang, Staff Reporter

The girls’ tennis team played at Cimarron on Aug. 28 for their first meet of the fall season, competing against Cimarron, Greeley County/Tribune, Ulysses and St. John. The...  Read More »

August 31, 2014 • 0 comments

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Opinion

Accept people despite religion

Brianna Mathias, Staff reporter

Everyone has their own unique beliefs on different topics, whether it be religious or secular. But we are all flawed, we all have imperfections, so why should we be judging...  Read More »

May 2, 2014 • 0 comments

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Feature

Unfair Standards for Women

Unfair Standards for Women

Ashley Cossaart, Staff Reporter

Women take on many roles. They are daughters, moms, sisters, aunts, and grandmas. Sometimes one woman can take on all of these roles throughout their lifetime. They face many...  Read More »

May 14, 2014 • 0 comments

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A&E

Interesting Facts

Brianna Mathias, Staff reporter

Approximately one quarter of the United States' homeless population are war veterans. David Bowie's left eye was damaged after a fight as a child. It is permanently dilated. Before...  Read More »

May 6, 2014 • 0 comments

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