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Senior Whitney Klein laughs along with friends in her graduation gown. Taken on her last day of high school, the image contains an array of emotions.

Whitney Klein, Social Media editor

December 21, 2018

Piles of homework. Grades dropping lower in the alphabet. The end of the semester looms near. Final reviews stacking up. They say you learned this, but you have no idea. The days lull together, sleep lessens. Headaches, anger, confusion, stress fill the days. Hello. I am a typical high school senior, an...

Too much energy

Too much energy

Whitney Klein, Social Media editor

December 16, 2018

Early morning battle

Early morning battle

Craig Eddy, Entertain editor

December 7, 2018

The latest comic by Craig Eddy. It shows most students' struggle when attempting to get up in the morning for school. Only one question: Will they win the war or will the idea of a warm bed and full rest take them?

Student lot struggle

Student lot struggle

Craig Eddy, Entertain editor

November 9, 2018

Every day, following the last bell, students tear from their classrooms towards the student parking lot. With no regard for others, they take down anyone in their path. Beware the student driver, for you could be next; in the hall, on the stairs, even in the bathroom, when the final bell chimes, take ...

Smoked out

Smoked out

Whitney Klein, Social Media Editor

November 6, 2018

Juuls are the latest “cool” thing with today’s youth. They’re small, easy to conceal, could almost be mistaken for flash drives, and they get you a “nic buzz” fast. But what else are they doing to you? Sources: Businessinsider.com, Truthinitiative.org, CNN,com, Toba...

On Board with brownies

On Board with brownies

Whitney Klein, Social Media Editor

October 24, 2018

Tuesday, October 23rd. The Francis Howell Board of Education came together within the Howell Central Learning Commons. Their purpose? To greet the people as members of the community. The very first Brownies with the Board event brought the board together with Francis Howell faculty, families, and students...

Competition of Champions

Senior Color Guard member Michael Foley leaps into their air. The routine for

Whitney Klein and Kana Chung

September 25, 2018

Sixteen schools. Three divisions. One goal. September 22nd: The Spartan Regiment placed sixth overall, along with several other accomplishments, in their division at the Lafayette Contest of Champions. Their show “All in a Dayzzzzzz”, which includes pieces of “Heigh-ho” from Disney’s Snow White in t...

Loss then recovery

Loss then recovery

Kierigan McEvoy, Kana Chung, and Whitney Klein

September 17, 2018

Saturday, September 8th, the Spartan Regiment woke up ready and determined to face their first competition of the season. The MEMC O’Fallon Township Competition in O’Fallon, IL hosted the Spartan Regiment on a rainy day to kick off what is expected to be a strong season. Although the Spartan Regiment d...

Blocking and lines

Theatre kids preparing for rehearsal by doing improv. At this time, their director Ms. Stallard is meeting with her crew heads and directors to make sure the show is going well.

Whitney Klein and Kana Chung

September 10, 2018

Brooklyn in the 1940s. A Victorian house. And a family of elderly people. All components of what will be an amazing play come this fall. The Spotlight players are working hard to bring to life the work of playwright Joseph Kesselring, “Arsenic and Old Lace”. “You can look forward to some creepy stuff...

Pressure in the pool

Swimmer Michael Yu poses for a headshot after giving an interview on what's new with Boys Swim.

Kayla Reyes, Breanna Epperson, Maddie Fuller, and Natalie Walsh

September 7, 2018

Francis Howell Central Boys Swim and Dive team underwent their first meet August 29th against Wentzville Liberty. With new teammates, there was an immense amount of pressure  on the swim members. Walking out of the building with a win for FHC, it was easy to celebrate the personal records and succes...

Truth in journalism

Whitney Klein, Social Media Editor

August 16, 2018

Woodward and Bernstein. Cronkite. Murrow. Wells. These names, unfamiliar to most, are of the highest importance to young journalists. They are the inspiration to those who truly want only to report news; those who feel a rush at the thought of a breaking story; those who will risk everything to get the...

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