November 2013

Drug Free For Days

By Mackenzie Wallace Halloween isn’t the only event that people have been dressing up for in the past few days. Red Ribbon Week triggered a slew of creative new outfit choices as students dressed up…


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Grounded For Life

By Danielle Cramberg Let’s face it: if any of us have ever given in to our angst filled impulses, we’ve probably been grounded. We can be grounded for whatever our parents feel needs to be…


Partially Promiscuous

By Danielle Cramberg In the 18th century, dating didn’t exist. It wasn’t called dating, at least. It was called courtship. Young men were called suitors, eagerly courting young women in their town, looking for a…


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First Nine Weeks Withers Away

By Travis Ostby As the nine weeks comes to a close, students and teachers alike move at a quick pace to get all due assignments in before the grading window shuts, and the new one…



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Da Vinci vs. One Direction

By Danielle Cramberg Music is a form of art, commonly considered an outlet for expression. Musicians express something and people all over the world empathize with it. Music is the great uniter, bringing people together…


New faces: Scott Rogers

By Fryda DeAlva With new administrators comes the opportunity to welcome them to the Madison campus and discover what they’re all about. This week is dedicated assistant principle Scott Rogers, who majored in history and…


New Faces: Palma Scott

By Fryda DeAlva Our new face of the week is our newest assistant principle, Palma Scott, who immediately made it clear that she is a believer of  stern education and rule because in the end…


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Honor for All

By Courtney Johnson With a multitude of holidays in honor of the United States Military, one of the most important is Veterans Day, a day for which thanks are given to those who have served…


Learning Opportunities

By Mackenzie Wallace Cows, sheep, goats, and pigs aren’t an unusual sight in the agriculture facilities; however, they certainly turned a few heads among the groups of kindergartners seen wandering the barns lately. Kindergarten students…


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