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Painful progress

Painful progress

Whitney Klein, Voice editor

May 4, 2018


Filed under Central Focus, Focus, Publications

My eyes are open, but I can’t see anything. My hands are laying flat on something, I can’t place the feeling. I can’t place any feeling. I can’t move. Water hits my feet. It’s rushing over me. Faster, it’s bringing me under. My legs have gone under, my body, my head sinks under. I try to h...

Their stories: May issue full

Their stories: May issue full

Liz Baker, Web Editor-in-Chief

May 4, 2018


Filed under 2017-18 issues, Central Focus, Focus

December 2017 edition

December 2017 edition

Liz Baker, Wed Editor-in-chief

January 18, 2018


Filed under 2017-18 issues, Publications

This issue explored students and their sleep habits, as well as diving into the story of a fifth brother who has been a member of FHC bands.

September 2017 issue

September 2017 issue

Emily Mann, Editor-in-chief

September 28, 2017


Filed under 2017-18 issues, Central Focus, Publications

On Aug. 8, math teacher and Sensations coach Roxanne Fetsch was admitted to the ER with severe back pain. Within the week, she was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, also called ALL, a disease rarely found in young adults. Although it has a 95 percent survival rate when diagnosed early enough ...

May 2016 Issue

Jared McClellan, Multimedia Executive Editor

May 13, 2016


Filed under 2015-16 Issues, Publications

Spartans and Panthers, evenly matched?

Spartans and Panthers, evenly matched?

Morgan West, Photographer

May 5, 2016


Filed under 2015-16 Issues, Galleries, Move, Move, Publications, Spring Sports

Thursday, on April 28, the varsity girls soccer team played against the O’Fallon Panthers. The game ended with a 1-1 tie, causing frustration among multiple team members. The field was tense, with both teams playing ferociously in an effort to score just one more goal before the timer hit zero. ...

Down to the wire

Down to the wire

Morgan West, Photographer

April 18, 2016


Filed under 2015-16 Issues, Galleries, Move, Move, Publications, Spring Sports

On April 8, the Varsity soccer team faced off against Timberland and won 2-1. The whole game possessed tension, as the teams were tied 1-1 just about the whole game. The winning goal was scored during overtime by freshman Molly Krispin assisted by junior Abbie Rademacher. The afternoon was cool and erratically wind...

Hidden behind the smile

Hidden behind the smile

Elisa Swanson, Entertain Editor

April 15, 2016


Filed under Bullying

The sobbing in the bathroom stall. The bruises that are always from a pet or a fall. The weird habits like not being able to eat in front of other people or sleep in unfamiliar places. We have categorized victims by physical traits, the ones we can see and can attach a blame to but often times we for...

Anxiety

Anxiety

Josie Julien, Photographer

April 1, 2016


Filed under Bullying

Anxiety interferes with a person's ability to do normal everyday tasks such as hanging out with friends, going to school, and doing homework. That panicky feeling you may feel before a test or presentation, well that’s all the time for no reason.  “It almost feels as if everything wrong is slow...

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