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Dont Be Suspicious!

Don’t Be Suspicious!

Alivia Hough, Staff Writer April 20, 2022

Superstitions, what are they? According to Wikipedia “a superstition is any belief or practice considered by non-practitioners to be irrational or supernatural, attributed to fate or magic, perceived...

Namjooning

Namjooning

Sydney Wilson, Staff Writer April 20, 2022

The act of namjooning is defined as “The act of living as Kim Namjoon. This includes taking walks through parks, admiring nature, hanging out with crabs, and having fun with friends.” Who is Kim Namjoon?...

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Leaving a Legacy, Go Dogs!

Elliott Schleicher April 20, 2022

Fans are hoping for another monumental season with the bulldog crew. They are currently ranked #1 in the state. With the combination of the excellent coaching staff and 5 of the 6 starters returning, (Caden...

The German Bunny

The German Bunny

Paige Ferry, Advertising Manager April 13, 2022

Have you ever wondered why we have an Easter Bunny? Or how it ties in with the religious celebration of Easter? Where did the bunny come from? We all know bunnies are mammals and don’t lay eggs, but...

Lets Celebrate Random Acts of Kindness!

Let’s Celebrate Random Acts of Kindness!

February 22, 2022

Every year on February 17, National Random Acts of Kindness Day begins. Random Acts of Kindness Day is celebrated by individuals nationwide to encourage acts of kindness. This movement helps inspire people...

Wisconsin Womens Volleyball celebrates National Championship win over Nebraska.

Wisconsin Stands Alone

Kendall Mealy, Staff writer January 26, 2022

  On December 18th, 2021 the Wisconsin women's volleyball team brought the national championship back home to Madison, Wisconsin. Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio is the home of the 5 set thriller...

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Space Hippies Save the Earth

Elliott Schleicher, Staff Writer January 26, 2022

The Why Global warming is a huge issue that is consuming our Earth. If we don’t take steps to reduce the carbon dioxide emissions in our atmosphere we will surely destroy it. Part of working towards...

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Cats!

Taylor Button, Staff Writer December 22, 2021

December is a month filled with many celebrations, with Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and Christmas being some of the most recognizable. This December however, it is time to acknowledge the most important celebration...

Christmas Around the World

Christmas Around the World

Anna Bish, Staff Writer December 22, 2021

Christmas is the biggest holiday in the U.S. However, what we don't ever think about is what other countries around the world do for Christmas. Whether they celebrate or not, I'd like to learn more about...

Giving Back This Holiday!

Giving Back This Holiday!

Ella Stewart , Staff Writer December 22, 2021

Getting gifts is always nice for Christmas. Being able to get is always the easy part. The hard part is giving back. You don't know what to give or where to give. There are a few places where you can give...

A Colleagues Christmas

A Colleague’s Christmas

Paige Ferry, Advertising Manager December 22, 2021

This month is, of course, the holiday season, so the teachers gave their opinions on Christmas songs, movies, and their favorite memories from the holidays. The teachers that were interviewed were Ms....

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Menacing Matchups

Elliott Schleicher, Staff Writer December 22, 2021

Americans have many interesting and unusual traditions for many of our holiday’s and sporting events. But some of the most unusual traditions and trophies can be found in college football rivalries....

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