Sexual harassment awareness month has students speaking out
Sexual harassment awareness month has students speaking out
Savannah McMichael, Reporter • April 30, 2021

**Editor's Note: This story contains experiences of harassment that some readers may find triggering. All names have been changed to protect the identities of the individuals used in this story. Discretion is advised. The orange and white hallways fill up with students every day to scurry from one class to another. In that time, space becomes cramped and feels like walking through crashing waves. These are the halls that students like Jessi* no longer feel safe in due to the sexual harassment in Jessi’s high school life.  “It has been happening on and off for about a year now,” Jessi...

Freshman Peyton Childers shoots the ball before soccer practice while warming up. The varsity girls’ first game will be March 22 at home against Mulvane at 6:30 p.m.
Spring sports make comeback
Ivory Rightnar, Reporter • March 11, 2021

Spring sports make comeback Heavy breathing, sore legs and the hot sun beating down during practice; imagine working hard for two weeks for...

The graphic shows the pro and con of students using phones in school. Regulating how phones are used in school can stop the distraction of phones and make them a useful tool.
Phones are a beneficial tool for students
Chadd Brown, Reporter • April 6, 2021

 Augusta Middle School had a zero-tolerance phone policy over the last three years. At the high school, the teacher decides whether the student...

The world went through stress, heartbreak and loss in 2020; from the loss of loved ones to toilet paper shortages. 2021 is a year for change and greatness.
Chaotic year ends
Ivory Rightnar, Reporter • February 5, 2021
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