Articles by Samantha Fanger

New testing center awaits funding to open doors

New testing center awaits funding to open doors

March 28, 2016 | in News

The school is waiting for funding to officially open the new testing center in the library for teachers and students to use when students need to makeup tests. The testing center will be an... Read More

‘The Martian’ fuels community discussions

‘The Martian’ fuels community discussions

March 21, 2016 | in Web

Students held on to their seats as science teachers Tom Huffaker and John Savage prepared to fire their homemade flamethrower the morning before school in the Student Center on Jan. 29. A loud gasp... Read More

Athletes deserve flexibility

Athletes deserve flexibility

February 29, 2016 | in Opinions

Athletes are expected to work, and work hard. Day after day we practice or play games,  lugging two backpacks around, one full of books and the other full of putrid-smelling sports attire that will... Read More

YEDs and Peer Mediators lead and inform

YEDs and Peer Mediators lead and inform

February 3, 2016 | in Campus

It’s a big leap from the days of middle school dances and having an hour of homework a night to rally days and writing the I-search. Fortunately for the soon-to-be high schoolers and underclassmen,... Read More

Cara Puscasiu channels Aguilera

Cara Puscasiu channels Aguilera

February 1, 2016 | in Arts

Aspiring vocal artist freshman Cara Puscasiu dedicates hours of time and effort each day to perfect her passion: singing. She not only possesses the raw talent that enables her to sing and perform, but... Read More

Gilliland falls hard for band lifestyle

Gilliland falls hard for band lifestyle

November 18, 2015 | in Arts

Music tends to relate to people on a personal level, but most don’t take their liking to music any further than singing in the shower or seeing a live performance of their favorite musical... Read More

Site Council investigates homework

Site Council investigates homework

October 28, 2015 | in News

Site Council members are extensively discussing possible homework policy changes this year for the first time at their monthly meetings. The main goal of the Site Council is to find ways to improve upon... Read More

Savage Captures Irish Scenery

Savage Captures Irish Scenery

October 3, 2015 | in Arts

In the beautiful coastal plains of Ireland, junior Katy Savage and 23 other high school students participated in a photography expedition. The trip, hosted by National Geographic, allowed students the opportunity to explore their... Read More