November 4, 2018 Vol. 68 Issue 1

Support Greenhill Humane Society

November 13, 2018

By Natalie Mann: I walked into the shelter and heard the dogs barking as if they are yelling for help. The dogs at Greenhill Humane Society are in desperate need of homes. As I walk down the walkway between the kennels, every one of the dogs has a sad look in their eye, as if […]

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Working Student Blues

November 13, 2018

By Amar Rupnawar: Is working throughout the school year worth the time? Some students believe that work consumes too much of your time. Others believe that if you maintain your time properly, it is a great option. If you need that extra money and have spare time, that is. Some students are required to work […]

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The Dangers of Driving

November 9, 2018

By Lauren Ashwill: DISCLAIMER: This article is not for the purpose of keeping you from driving. I only want to make people aware of the dangers so they can be more careful. Take this story with a grain of salt. It is only to warn. It was 9/11/2018, at about 4:00 AM. A cousin of […]

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If They Don’t Eat Here, Where Do They Eat?

November 9, 2018

By Aden Loreman: If you didn’t know already only the upperclassmen get the privilege of having an off campus lunch. which leaves the rest of us asking the question where do they eat? The majority of the time we usually see the older students with food us lower classmen don’t recognize from the cafeteria menu […]

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DIY: What exactly is it?

November 9, 2018

By Anna Reed: Some people don’t know what D.I.Y is or what it stands for. D.I.Y stands for “Doing It Yourself”. That is still not very detailed, but people have different ideas on what it means. I think it means doing a variety of projects and other assorted things that relate to creativity. I believe […]

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The Secret Lives of the Office Ladies

November 9, 2018

By Ajay Giri: By day Noell D’Agosta and Kelly Michlanski are Pleasant Hill’s favorite office ladies, but by night they are some really awesome people with fun hobbies. In high school Kelly Michlanski was an athletic teenager who played both basketball and volleyball and she got along with everybody. Michlanski was also in the Pleasant […]

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New Playground Swings

November 9, 2018

By Brooke Murray: The new elementary school playground is loved by many. During recess the new structure is filled with many kiddos– (I’ve heard rumors of the EAs hopping on it too). Two freshman reviewed this play structure, Kenzie Litson & Jocelyn Hubbs. The girls reviewed four different structures: the slides, one person spin unit, […]

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Music Program Thrives

November 9, 2018

By Brittany Violette: “We have new students and the program is growing nicely after an odd year a couple of years ago with all the sudden changes. The only big change is that we are so excited to figure out how to spend this crazy donation that we’ve received,” said choir master Kris Violette about […]

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Kris Violette: Beloved Music Teacher Perseveres in her Battle with Cancer

November 9, 2018

By Serenity Castleberry: The terrifying but amazing journey of Ms.Violette begins with her leukemia. She was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) in August of 2016. She has been battling it ever since. She’s been treating it by going to chemotherapy appointments for five days in a row, then taking twenty-three days off, since October […]

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Spirit Week and Other Fun

November 9, 2018

King Jake Pray and Queen Jaesa Ruchti Seniors on their float Mr. Thornton whips the apple out of the water just ahead of Carrie Jackson during the homecoming assembly Lou Radja inspires students to consider a larger worldview of gratitude and doing extra Trevor Wickwire chomps on the suspended donut while racing for the seniors […]

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