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Senior Chas Howard plays in Pickleball tournament. He hopes to continue playing in order to go pro.

Chas Howard turns pandemic hobby into career

Samuel Ford, Staffer September 2, 2022
Writer: Samuel Ford
Patrick Duffy and team members eliminate their opponent in the previous round.

Senior stress highlighted by assassins

Presley Plant, Managing Editor August 14, 2022

Senior year is the start of a number of new traditions for many seniors, with many being a rite of passage for seniors. Assassins has been a tradition across several different school districts. Seniors...

Senior Oanh Le lunges towards the birdie ready to send it back to her opponent. Badminton won the past five years so there is added stress for seniors this year hoping to earn another state title.

Final season stress

Reagan Reynolds, Opinions Editor and Social Media Editor August 12, 2022

The desired “senior season” creeps up on athletes as they go through their high school years. Since there is a stigma around being a senior there are several pressures that come with it.  As a senior...

Dear 2026, Sincerely 2023

Saydria Ostler, Editor-in-Chief August 12, 2022

Dear class of 2026, Hello! This is your older (senior) sibling writing to give you some tips and tricks on how to survive high school in one shape. Because hey-we will be the first ones to tell you...

Lucy Salanga drums during a rehearsal for a football game. Practicing is a very crucial part of band consisting of at least two practices a day.

Highlighting the sound behind football games

Presley Plant, Managing Editor November 1, 2021

High school football games are a highlight of student life. Both the players and coaches contribute to the fun night. However, football games are more than just about football; band plays a big role in...

Government and economics: not just a state standard

Government and economics: not just a state standard

Madeleine Nseir, Editor October 25, 2021

In a world that becomes increasingly more complicated each year, it is more than crucial for future generations to learn about what makes the world go around. It has been said that there are two topics...

Junior Nicole Baird pointing the Glow Dance poster, telling her friends to come. The dance had a good turnout and danced to trendy and upbeat music to kick off the year.

Students’ perspective change on social events from COVID-19

Presley Plant, Managing Editor August 6, 2021

Unexpectedly the school had announced that there is going to be a school dance on August 6th - a returning to school celebration - to rebound from the lack of school spirit last year. STUGO and their advisor...

Bryce Harger and Alyssa Premo are demonstrating a good and bad outfit to wear for graduation. The left is what not to wear, and the right is what to wear.

Graduation ceremonies, parties require thoughtful planning

Makayla Premo, Staff Reporter May 13, 2021

Picking the perfect outfit for graduation can be very difficult; you want to look your best and stand out when you are graduating. There are a few key ideas to ensure that your graduation day goes smoothly,...

Senior Yejin Sohn wrote and illustrated her own childrens book, Counting Dollars. Her book is published on Amazon.

Senior creates, publishes her first book over summer break

Lauren Ludwig , Staff Reporter May 13, 2021

Throughout the long-awaited summer breaks, a majority of teenagers are out taking trips to the beach and staying out late with friends, the idea of school forgotten for 6 weeks. However, during the 2020...

Spring 2021; Calling for unique self-expression

Logan Cogley, Staff Reporter March 31, 2021

The spring fashion season for 2021 has arrived and many familiar and new trends are coming during the next few months.  Of course, the familiar floral and nature-esque patterns are coming back into...

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