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The Music Decision

The Music Decision

Isaiah Salin, Design editor

October 17, 2019

Everyone listens to music. But should you really pay to listen to it? Paid subscription services such as Apple Music (60 million users) and Spotify (100 million users) are popular, and have many advantages as opposed to listening to music for free.  There is no worse feeling than enjoying your playlist or a speci...

Making Memories on Main Street

Making Memories on Main Street

Zoe Michals, Staff reporter

October 14, 2019

From the delicious desserts at Cottleville Cookies and Cream to having fun with friends in Legacy Park, Cottleville has a lot to offer. If you’re looking for good places to eat and create memories with friends around school, check out these places recommended for a good time by students.  Legacy P...

It’s Tricky

It’s Tricky

Aidan Allen, Staff reporter

October 7, 2019

Kaleb Foster takes the floor. All of his friends around him, phones out ready to record. He takes a deep breath, gets in his stance and runs forward. He throws his hands to the ground pushing off as if this would be his last trick ever. He jumps into the air and spins faster than he ever has, touches...

Never Growing Up

Never Growing Up

Faith Beckmann, Staff reporter

October 2, 2019

A buzz of excitement can be felt in the air as park-goers enter Avatar’s Pandora at Walt Disney World in Florida. As they walk, they eagerly look around the park at the new rides and scenery ahead of them. Everyone is stunned at the interactive technology that is present throughout the park within the ...

In the Moment With John Mayer

In the Moment With John Mayer

Anna Carroll, Staff Reporter

September 25, 2019

The veins on his hand rippled like the ceaseless crash of an ocean’s tide: mesmerizing. In the dim lighting, all eyes fix on the jumbo screen, entranced by the sole image of his fist caressing the gleaming neck of a guitar. The illumination pierced through the dark stadium, it cut through the pregnant ant...

Missing a piece to their musical puzzle

Missing a piece to their musical puzzle

Alyssa Bernier, Staff reporter

September 13, 2019

Walking through the hallways, one can hear the glorious sounds of instruments harmonizing in the echoing of the school, carrying mesmerizing tunes from classroom to classroom. It transforms the somewhat quiet school environment into an array of beautiful vibrations that please the ears of everyone luc...

Friday night lights bring the start of Fall Sports

Friday night lights bring the start of Fall Sports

Zoe Lentz, Staff Photographer

September 9, 2019

  FHC's Spartans kick off the start of the 2019 fall sports season with the annual fall jamboree on Friday August 23rd. This night was filled with everything from tennis, to soccer, to football games and food trucks, to bouncy houses. Performances by our sensations, cheer and color guard...

Fresh Beat

Jacob Edwards, Staff Wielder Supreme

June 6, 2019

The beat starts. The chords come in next. Percussion. Acoustics. Then, the melody and vocals. Behind the computer is Tony Belonog, a junior with a unique passion: music production. “I never really focus on the vocals, it’s more on, like, actual music,” Belonog said. “And I’ve always been cur...

Lindberg keeps their L

Lindberg keeps their L

Zoe Lentz, Staff Photographer

May 16, 2019

FHC's lady spartans play an easy game against Lindberg at the very first home playoff game in history on May 13th 2019. FHC won 14-0 with an amazing shut-out. The flyers played a great game and not once did they lose their urge to fight for that dub. Central was ecstatic with their win and all together...

Mrs. Shockley

Mrs. Shockley

Jacob Edwards, Staff reporter

May 8, 2019

Through high school, there have been many teachers that have impacted me. One of the ones that has left a great impact, is Mrs. Shockley. She teaches AP Lit, and let me tell you this: it’s lit. She makes every class period fun and enjoyable, and teaches us all about the different things we need to...

Mrs. Sprick

Mrs. Sprick

Liz Baker, Print Editor-in-Chief

May 8, 2019

I just wanted to thank Mrs. Sprick for being one of the most kind and understanding people in this building. She’s always kind and enthusiastic about what she has planned for the day and brings a brightness to my day. She is really encouraging to me and it is really nice to see how much she genuin...

Ms. Rulo

Ms. Rulo

Gabby Buchholz, Copy editor

May 7, 2019

I went into AP Calculus this year a little terrified and very worried. I’ve been lucky to usually excel in math classes, and have always been able to balance school with work, theatre, and anything else in my life. But Calc. pushed me, and in more ways than one. But right alongside it there was...

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