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Hopefully this answers all your questions about senior photos
Can I still get my senior portrait taken?  YES What's the pose for the yearbook this year?  CAP AND GOWN Is there a charge for the yearbook pose? NO   Seniors were able to start setting up appointments as early as August 2017 (More)
What every senior should know before going to college
by Caitlin Blackmon | feature editor Embarking on the college journey is an invigorating and nerve-wracking thought that’s quickly approaching reality for second semester seniors. But just because you’re young and dumb and have limited experience (More)
Upperclassman gear up for powderpuff game
by Ryan Polk | staff writer On Saturday, May 21, students will be rushing onto the football field to play a game of football. While this may seem like an obvious thing to point out at first, this “Powderpuff” game has its own unique set of rules (More)
Graduation setbacks: things that can keep seniors from crossing the stage
by Lauren Holzmann | arts and entertainment editor There are several different things that could play a factor this late in the year for reasons seniors won’t be able to graduate. Anything from outstanding fees to behavioral issues can keep you f (More)
Underclassmen park in student lot: limiting availability
by Aliyah Armstrong | staff writer As the year winds down, so do the number of parking spots that are available in the student parking lot. This significant decrease in an already limited amount of parking spaces can be attributed to the increased (More)
Seniors' last hurrah: what's left for the class of 2016
by Alyssa Pena | staff writer Well, seniors, we did it. We’re almost done. But before we can shrug into our gown and adorn our cap and tassel, we still have a few more weeks to go. Cue the exasperated groans. I know, I know, but we have to get thr (More)
Senior directed plays help foster student creativity
by Ryan Polk | staff writer This Friday and Saturday, in the Black Box Theatre, the theatre department will be performing two very different plays. However, rather than being directed by teachers, these plays are chosen, performed, and directed by (More)
Out of school, out of state
by Michelle Brooks| staff writer As senior Breyah Richardson counts down the days to graduation, she is excited about getting to go to one of two colleges out of state. She was accepted to Loyola University in Orleans and LSU Shreveport, both on s (More)
College admissions: getting ahead vs. taking your time
by Aliyah Armstrong | staff writer Even as this school year comes to an end, the work is not over yet. While some seniors have already been accepted to college because they applied early, others are still awaiting their letters of acceptance becau (More)
Working Hard Instead of Hardly Working: A Senior's Lament
(click image for full size) Spring break is usually thought of as a time of relaxation, spent soaking up the sun or binging sho (More)
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