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Few Dispute Value of Technology in Education

June 5, 2017 by


Society is based off of technology now. Schools could easily function without paperback books if they really wanted too. Most schools have Internet access available to students and faculty as well as laptops or even tablets, depending on the district. As children grow up with technology, it seems nearly impossible to get them away from […]

Opinion: School Should Start Later

May 24, 2017 by


A student woke up late again and missed the bus. Now mom has to take him to school, which makes her late for work, but on the silent car ride they ponder how great it would be to have an extra half hour in the morning. Almost a hundred years ago, most schools and businesses […]

Random Cheese: What Is Your Biggest Fear?

March 30, 2017 by


“Student loans,” Shawn Bessey said. “Spiders,” Seth Wagner said. “Unglazed donuts,” Nick Carlin said. “Snakes,” physical education teacher Eric Jonassen said. Mrs. Castiglioni- “Thousand leggers,” Family and Consumer Sciences teacher Nancy Castiglioni said. “Something bad happening to my children,” office secretary Stacey Maurek said. “Failing in life,” Broderick Allen said. “Kool-Aid Man,” Tristan Spannuth said. […]

Hair: What Else Is There?

March 23, 2017 by


Hair is what makes everyone different. It defines you. Do you take care of it? There are many ways to make sure that your hair is happy and healthy. Many people believe that hair should be washed once a day, but it is recommended that hair is washed two to three times a week. The […]

Do It Yourself: Stress Balls

March 10, 2017 by


Stress is a big part of today’s society, and not one person will ever be completely “stress free.” There are many ways to relieve it ,and one of the well known ways is stress balls. Many stress toys can be found at local stores. Even businesses hand them out with company labels on them to […]

Do It Yourself: Lava Lamps

March 9, 2017 by


In the late 1960s, the lava lamp came to symbolize all things counterculture and psychedelic. The lamp was invented by Edward Craven Walker, a British accountant, who died at age 82. Today we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the lava lamp. If you don’t know how the lamps work, here is a quick scientific explanation. […]

Do It Yourself: No Sew Handbags

March 8, 2017 by


If you are not the most crafty person or have a tough time with needles and thread, then keep reading. A way to make a stylish, cost-efficient bag without having to sew anything has been found. It has been trending on the DIY scale for a while. Many people enjoy this quick, ten-minute craft and […]