So far this year we have posted quite a variety of articles and others really just repetitive but, there is one we can stand up and say, “That is amazing.” Here today, we are going over my favorite article and why it is so. Oh my god what? He is going to use his opinion, no way. This is in fact true; it is no longer about what the others think but, it is now me, so let’s get to it.

My favorite article this year woDSCN0290uld have to be about my budget PC which was very useful I feel, towards the large gaming community the dwells within Garner Middle school. I made this to show an amazing budget PC that would now cost about the same as a rip off console. This was a build that I personally came up with, and even used to build my own computer.

I would like to see more articles next year about topics that can benefit the well being of other students. I hope the school can improve on the technology that the school currently puts up with.

Final thoughts

My favorite article had to be the holiday doors, because I was part of making them for my art class. I really thought that it was fun for an article. I also think that this year was good because I really like all my classes and am looking forward to 8th grade. I hope that the lunches get better next year. (Next year I am hoping to get into high school and have fun in 8th grade). On the other hand there were some cool things about this year. There were the new video announcements and the Grease play . I also think that I could improve on a couple of my subjects.


-Griffin Korte




Final Thoughts

Looking over this past year we have made some great accomplishments. The campus news team has written great articles for you and we have had some fun times. But let’s take some time for reflection.

Personally one of my favorite articles I’ve written so far is my Apple versus Android article, because this article, I think, had great meaning and relevance to the current generation.

One thing I liked about this year at Garner was the switch to video announcement; it gave viewers not only a verbal but a visual stimulus as well. On the other hand one thing that should improve next year is some of the cafeteria food. And finally one thing I hope for next year is that some of the 8th grade teachers will be great! See you next year! 🙂

-Cody Krywoszej