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“The Wolves” Review
By Megan DeHart I recently attended a performance of Sarah DeLappe’s 2016 play, The Wolves. The play centers around a youth soccer team, as they prepare for their weekend games. Throughout the […]
Shenandoah Baseball Prepares for Successful Season
By Kylynn Whitt Shenandoah Baseball is looking forward to a successful season as they head toward their first game. The Hornets won the ODAC Championship last season, but they still fell short […]
Writers’ Club Q&A
By Charlotte Cassity Listen to Charlotte’s podcast with the Writers’ Club president, Julia Talasky!
My Unexpected and Infectious Sickness
By James Minano After a game of hard work and determination, I decided to go to one of my friend’s houses to party. Hours went by and I was having a lot […]
Show Me the Signals
By Colton Bistline My Story:In third grade, my life started to change for the worse. A constant battle of leg pain andconstant bathroom trips left me and my family concerned. Almost six […]
Get Your Mind Right
By Hannah Lockhart I feel like we as humans and society all struggle with mental health. Mental health hasbecome more prevalent in today’s time. We are not as stigmatized or ashamed of […]
No Run of the Mill Puppies
By Alison Primich “This happened to me” Over the summer, I got a puppy. My family and I were looking for a specific breed or at least a dog that is definitely […]
Why My Problem (Can Be) or (Is) Everyone’s Problem
By Broden Pickette This Happened to Me Growing up, I was very involved in sports, so much so that it became my biggestpersonality trait. Playing sports for a lot of athletes makes […]
How Do Students Get to School?
By Gabriela Munoz This happened to me. I went to middle school in El Salvador, the smallest country in Central America. The school system is so different there compared to the United […]
When I Saw The Light
By Vitoria Burton “This Happened to Me” One beautiful Thursday afternoon seemed like the perfect day for a three-hour road tripfor two best friends to go into the city for the weekend. […]
Advocating for Bus Safety
By Miranda Hotalen “This happened to me” In May 2017, my school went to a music competition in Williamsburg, Virginia. After a long day of competition, the other students and I were […]
When Is It My Turn To Grieve?
By Everth Hernandez-Ventura This happened to me It was the last Friday of April at around 10 pm when I heard the terrible news that my uncle had passed away. All I […]
The American Health System Is Killing Us
By Jessey Mitchell This Happened To Me Would you believe that the American health system is killing us? From my perspective, this is thecase. Shortly after moving to the US from the […]
By Aggie Gullace “College will be the best 4 years of your life,” is constantly preached once you enter high school.Once you mention playing a sport in college, faces scrunch and doubts […]
Smart But Unstable
By Lauren Honderd Smart but unstable. That’s what one of my 5th grade teachers so kindly wrote on myreport card. I never seemed to understand why for the majority of my childhood […]