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How to Raise your Grades at the End of the Semester

How to Raise your Grades at the End of the Semester

Maleika Fleming, Staff Writer

January 16, 2018


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As the end of the semester gets closer and closer the stress of raising your grades grows. End of the semester grades are very important, and with these tips you can raise them. Turning in Missing Work Most teachers will give half credit for late work you turn in, and a 50% is better than a ...

Breaking UP With Your BFF

Breaking UP With Your BFF

Elisabeth Avenell, Staff Writer

January 16, 2018


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With relationships, school, and hormones, teenagers, especially girls, are prone to drama. Breaking up with your BFF can be hard. But, if you do it correctly, you are sure to limit the already drama prone life. First, start dropping subtle hints. Dropping subtle hints such as hanging out less, being...

Student Hit in Parking Lot

Student Hit in Parking Lot

Cheyenne Stultz, Staff Writer

January 12, 2018


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Sophomore Lauryne Herzog was ran over by an SUV around 7:25 this morning, January 12. Herzog was walking in the farthest back parking lot on her way to school when an SUV came around a corner, entering the lot. Herzog was taken down by the back tires and her lower body was ran over. The driver and his...

New Year New Goals

New Year New Goals

Raelyn Young

January 12, 2018


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It's officially 2018, and a tradition is to make a new year’s resolution. Many student’s made resolutions that reflect on the past year. What they want to change this year that they didn’t like in 2017. After only a week 22% of people fail to keep their resolution, but these Glacier Peak students...

Without Net Neutrality

Without Net Neutrality

Abigail Varghese, Staff Writer

January 4, 2018


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The internet would become a closed off place where cable and phone companies control what we see and do.  They could do whatever they want to any website that they do not like, such as block them, make us pay more, slow them down, or even shut them down. Not only businesses, but communities of people...

Great Winter Recipes

Great Winter Recipes

Jamie Stout, Staff Writer

January 4, 2018


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The winter months are here and that means baking and cooking... a lot. To get to know some of our favorite teachers a little bit better, we asked them for their favorite holiday recipes. Mrs. Mesman-Davis, better known as MD's favorite recipe is Russian Tea Cakes. Russian Tea Cakes Ingredients 1 cup-butter or margarine, ...

Analyzing Anxiety

Analyzing Anxiety

Jaden Foster, Staff Writer

December 13, 2017


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High school can be a stressful part of life. Waking up at the crack of dawn and attending school five days a week is emotionally and physically draining. You would think that when the last bell rings school would be over, but it's not. After the 2:12 bell rings, the stress of school doesn't end as...

Simple DIY Holiday Gifts

Simple DIY Holiday Gifts

Maggie Borland, Staff Writer

December 12, 2017


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Stuck on what to get someone for Christmas? Here are 10 easy DIY gifts they will definitely love! Movie Night Bundle: gather up some of their favorite movies, a bag of popcorn and a box of candy to make a fun, cute and inexpensive package to create the perfect movie night! Pamper Kit: with some b...

Food Drive

Food Drive

Jaden Foster, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017


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Holiday cheer is in the air. You can feel the excitement, hear the laughter, see spirits rise and smell the Evergreen trees. As the holidays quickly approach, students are eager to be done with school. The winter holidays are almost perfect: hot chocolate, sledding, Christmas trees, bright lights, sleeping...

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