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Giving Students a Voice

Giving Students a Voice

Rachel Vrazel, Social Media Editor

October 7, 2019

It’s a Tuesday in August, and a handful of students are slowly making their way into conference room C at the beginning of 4th hour. They walk in, laughing and joking with each other while grabbing water and some snacks from a nearby table before sitting down. After a few minutes, Dr. Sonny Arnel ...

Food, Fun, and Faith

Food, Fun, and Faith

Essy Ingram, Staff Reporter

October 4, 2019

The intensive agenda of a student-athlete consists of drills, drills, and more drills. Sitting through hours of consecutive lectures, commuting down to the field for a session of sweat and recurring soreness; they are consistently being pushed to their mental and physical limits. Fortunately, there is a...

Rehearsing in the Big Apple

Rehearsing in the Big Apple

Liz Baker, Central Focus Editor-in-Chief

February 15, 2019

This four day weekend will see the Chamber and Chorale choirs traveling to New York City to work with other choirs from around the world and composer Ola Gjeilo. Much of their days will be filled with hours of long practices and sightseeing. Junior Catherine Analla is excited for the trip and the opportun...

Finishing Strong

Finishing Strong

Marcus Falcomata, Staff Reporter At-Large

February 4, 2019

The Spartan Hockey season has come to a close, and the team has finished with a 13-6-1 record, their best season since the Challenge Cup Final run in 2016. To round off an excellent season, on Saturday, January 26th, they were triumphant against Howell North, seven goals to one. Sophomore Owe...

The Last Ride

Jacob Edwards, Staff Reporter

January 24, 2019

The end of the season can bring lots of emotions for a team. Happiness. Sadness. Excitement. Disappointment. Crushing defeats and big victories can influence many of these emotions, and for the seniors, the leaders of the team, these emotions are amplified, because this will be their last season of hi...

The projects of NAHS

The projects of NAHS

Gabby Buchholz, Copy editor

November 16, 2018

After school on Tuesdays and Thursdays in Studio 243, you can find many students hard at work completing different art projects from their classes, or creating something new just for NAHS. National Art Honor Society is in full swing, having a few outings under their belt (such as to Laumeier Scul...

31 drawings. 31 days. 3 winners.

31 drawings. 31 days. 3 winners.

Liz Baker, Central Focus Editor-in-Chief

November 9, 2018

Every October, the company JP Creative launches a call to artists everywhere to create a new piece of art every day. This year, the call reached the National Art Honor Society at FHC. NAHS handed out 70 sketchbooks at the beginning of the month, at the end, three winners were crowned. Senior Samant...

Sketchbook shenanigans

Sketchbook shenanigans

Craig Eddy, Entertain editor

October 26, 2018

A look at a new project trying to invite more people into art Every year in the month of October, artists and painters and others alike celebrate October not as a spooky month, but one full of art appreciation. October is National Art Month, and the team of NAHS is celebrating in an interesting and i...

Manning Up

Manning Up

Ian Ingram

October 22, 2018

To be involved at this school requires either the littlest amount of effort or a schedule so full that doing homework at home becomes a natural instinct. It really depends on the schedule: some students focus on school and some on a job. Nevertheless, it is a fact that officers’ of clubs at Howell ...

Success of Homecoming

Success of Homecoming

George Schlotzhauer, Staff reporter

October 11, 2018

After weeks of hard work the day of homecoming finally came and it went off without a hitch. Student council feels like the homecoming dance went well and was an accomplishment. Student council is responsible for planning homecoming and making sure it goes well. It takes a lot of time and work to do ho...

Differences between NAHS and Art Club

Gabby Buchholz and Lanie Sanders

October 5, 2018

For many students, art is not just a class requirement to fill: it’s a hobby and an activity that they enjoy outside of school. Here at FHC, there are two extracurricular art groups to get involved with: National Art Honor Society and Art Club. Senior Lauren White has been in NAHS ever since her freshman yea...

E-sports at FHC

E-sports at FHC

Abigail Tartleton, Staff Photographer

September 27, 2018

E-sports is becoming a new trend that is rapidly increasing in popularity and our school has recently decided to jump on board. This year Francis Howell Central is introducing their very own E-sports club consisting of two teams so far: the Overwatch team and the CS:GO team. A group of seniors from...

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