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Momma always said, \'try new things\'
By Mahek Khetani| Staff writer In busy times like these, we have no time for anything other than our usual routine. But our bodies, (especially our stomachs) weren’t made for ruts like that. Which is why we at My Jag News have created a list of hots (More)
Mehlbrech says farewell to the seven-year students
by Daisy Creager | Staff Writer Elementary school to middle school, middle school to high school, high school to college. Three transitions that mark changes in a student’s expected maturity, responsibility and workload. Each transition can breed ne (More)
Sexting: the message you can\'t erase
By Claire Carter | Editor-In-Chief Sending a sexually suggestive message, commonly known as sexting, through cellular devices is becoming increasingly controversial. Making national headlines and stirring trouble among political officials, it should (More)
Juniors find unique jobs
by Daisy Creager | Staff Writer When high schoolers think of getting jobs, they generally consider entry level positions in restaurants, grocery stores, movie theaters, or other related businesses. However, juniors Chad Chapman and Max Morgen have b (More)
A \'tale as old as time\' shouldn\'t change
by Kirsten Kraus | Staff Writer She sits on the couch, flipping through the channels on the television. Not finding anything worth watching, junior Natasha Anderson decided to put in The Lion King, one of her favorite Disney movies. Flappy Bird\'s common \"Game Over\" scren by Jordan Herr (More)
Students decide to pursue electives in college
by Emma Fitzhuge | Staff Writer As she walks into her fifth period art class, she understands that this class isn’t just simply earning her the necessary fine arts credit, but rather an opportunity to gain more experience in the activity she enjoys. (More)
E-cigarettes on the rise
by Kirsten Kraus | Staff Writer E-cigarettes have become increasingly popular in previous years, with sales doubled to more than $135 million in the past year. Of the estimated 2.5 million e-cigarette smokers in the U.S., 99% are previous or current (More)
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