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Students Anticipate “Apocalypse”

Ashly Arthur, Staff Reporter

December 20, 2012


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Planets align for an apocalypse. A black hole is created in the solar system. The North and South Poles switch the magnetic pull. These theories of how the world could end have all been disproven. However, with the Mayan calendar ending on Dec. 21, it has led some of the world to believe it just may...

Spring Play Cast List Posted

Spring Play Cast List Posted

Samantha Rohleder, Staff Reporter

December 20, 2012


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The Spring Play cast list was posted. The play will be The Curious Savage by John Patrick has a cast of eleven characters. Students will begin to study their lines over winter break.  The performances will be March 14, 15 and 16. The cast is as follows: The Cloisters: -Florence: Leisha Sadler -Hannib...

Initial Spring Play Meeting Announced

Samantha Rohleder, Staff Reporter

November 26, 2012


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A comedy by John Patrick about a woman whose husband passed and left her a hefty amount of money is what this year’s spring play will entail.  “The Curious Savage” will have the initial meeting to discuss auditions and the play in general on Nov. 30 in the Lecture Hall during seminar. The direc...

Black Friday Craze

Ashly Arthur, Staff Reporter

November 26, 2012


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Lines crowded the stores and shoppers were on the move. Black Friday, Nov. 23, was a busy and stressful day for both workers and shoppers. “I went to Wal-Mart, and we bought a Blu-Ray player for $60, on sale from $150,” freshman Elizabeth Emerson said. “We waited in line forever. The electronics...

Senior Night Brings Football Team a Loss

Samantha Rohleder, Staff Reporter

October 24, 2012


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The Indians suffered a loss last Friday, Senior Night. The final score was 6-35 against the Salina South Cougars.  The loss of this game makes it vital that the Indians win their regular season finale to continue their season to the state playoffs. The Indians started off in the lead, with the first...

FFA Places in Two Recent Competitions

Samantha Rohleder, Staff Reporter

September 28, 2012


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     Future Farmers of America recently competed at District Land Judging at Russel on Sept. 19 and Area Land Judging at Hoxie on Sept. 25.     At Russell, six students placed.  Senior Jack Polifka took second with 459 points, while senior Hayden Schnuerle took eighth with 386 points. Senior ...

Freshman Adjust to High School

Ashly Arthur, Staff Reporter

September 28, 2012


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Adjusting to a new school has a different twist for each person. Transitioning from middle school to high school, students are expected to start growing up and becoming more independent. “I like high school so far,” freshman Cammi Tetlow said. “It’s easier than middle school.” For many...

Time management challenges Students

Ashly Arthur, Staff Reporter

September 20, 2012


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The final bell rings. Students rush out of the building to their cars, all heading to a different place. Some will go home while others to a practice, job, or club meeting. Time is ticking. There are 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and 52 weeks a year. Every person on this planet has the same amount...

Student shadows Physician

Aislinn Walters, Staff Reporter

September 20, 2012


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Students who plan on earning an undergraduate degree in nutrition, then furthering their education in medical school, have the chance to live the life of what may be their future career through shadowing. Last summer, senior Courtney Hess had the opportunity to shadow a local doctor. Hess was inspired...

New cafeteria rules Enforced

Connor Hess, Staff Reporter

September 20, 2012


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Beginning this school year, students must follow new guidelines set forth by The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kid Act of 2010. “The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kid Act of 2010 was passed and addressed major changes in school lunch and breakfast as recommended by a specially appointed committee of the Institute...

Vera Bradley Craze

Anna Shippy, Co-Editor-in-Chief

September 20, 2012


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Indigo Pop. Va Va Bloom. Doodle Daisy.  While these words may mean nothing to some, they open the doors to a whole world of fashion and style to the devoted Vera Bradley lovers of the world.   The quilted style purses, back packs, totes and other accessories have gained popularity amongst many teenage...

Aida Nominated for Outstanding Achievement

Eryn Johannes, Staff Reporter

May 15, 2012


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The Music Theatre of Wichita High School Musical Awards (Jester Awards) were announced late Friday. The 2011 musical “Aida” was nominated for outstanding achievement in 12 of the 19 categories for which were eligible. The production “Aida” was nominated for outstanding achievement in the “Overall...

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