Student Council holds meeting to settle GPA problems

Katherine Spencer

February 27, 2013

On Feb. 7, Student Council hosted a student town hall meeting regarding possible changes to the grade point average. Some of the questions discussed in this meeting concerned the purpose of the GPA, if the GPA is working and what...

Number one novel impresses reviewer

Madeline Dupre

February 25, 2013

Not your stereotypical "cancer book," Printz award-winning author John Green's most recent novel, The Fault in Our Stars, brings the meaning of life into a whole new light. Hazel Grace Lancaster and Augustus Waters meet at a teenage...

Sophomore participates in unique activities to find his own relief from cancer

Kathryn Revelle

February 25, 2013

Strapping on his bike helmet, sophomore Clay Womack prepares to begin a 25 mile race against other young cyclists from all over the world. One of the other racers is the number one youth cyclist in the nation. The pressure is...

Ed Sheeran delivers amazing concert for fans

Margaret Norman

February 19, 2013

Your first concert is a big deal. On Jan. 19, I had the experience of seeing "the ginger Jesus," Ed Sheeran, live at Stubb's BBQ. By 3 p.m. Saturday afternoon, I was eager to go to Stubb's. My sister and I had been sitting...

A cup of joe astounds reviewer

Sabrina Knap

February 19, 2013

Plenty of people have posed for a picture in front of the well-known green wall on South Congress that has "I love you so much" written in red, which first came to the neighborhood back in July of 2010. Amy Cook, the girlfriend...

Prepping: what is it, and why you should know

Cierra Smith

February 4, 2013

In the past couple of years, there seems to have been a large increase in conversations and cultural phenomenons about the end of the world as we know it. Popularity has certainly grown in books, movies and television about the...

Breaking Dawn Part II proves disappointing

Erica Schwartz

February 1, 2013

The very important question that has been lingering in all of Americas' mind since 2008 is team Jacob or team Edward? Quite honestly, that would probably be the most interesting thing to discuss about the whole Twilight Saga,...

Senior experiences Russian language, culture

Martin Celusniak

February 1, 2013

At first glance, senior Jerod Thornton's summer may look like any other teenager's - hanging out with friends, going to the movies, exploring new places. But there was one major difference - he was in Russia. In French class,...