Track, one of the largest sports with around 80 runners, jumpers, throwers, and more. Stephen Leonard (10), who’s first year running track was this year, had high hopes for the season.“So far my season has been pretty good. I like all my events, I just haven’t been able to do much since I pulled my
Curiosity in Cultures Traveling is a huge economic revenue for certain countries. Tourism and site seeing have become more popular now with the easier types of travel. People normally visit where they want to go because of the sites that it holds, but some enjoy visiting places solely because of the country’s history and culture.
Insight to FBLA Many clubs aim towards preparing students for life in the working world. FBLA , the Future Business Leaders of America, is one of those. This club helps students explore opportunities in the workforce through fundraising, competitions, and conferences. Melissa Wright, a business teacher, has been teaching FBLA for seven years. “I teach
Story and photo by Alexandria Smith Facial hair has been a form of fashion and expression since early civilization. Styling of the hair began in ancient China with what is known as the “foo man stache” in today’s society. Facial hair styling has also been seen in Viking explorers, their thick beards would be bound with
By Katerina Geisler, Emily King, Edgar Corona, and Brenda OrnelasPorras “A 3D printer works by putting layers of plastic to make 3D models. So one little sheet of plastic will go on and then another little sheet of plastic until it layers up to build a 3D model,” said Kaleb Castleton (10) who’s dad teaches
Photos and story by Olivia Barrows [Editor-in-Chief] International Baccalaureate and advanced art students took part in the road roller printmaking event at Colorado Mesa University (CMU) on October 22, 2014 after being invited by Professor Josh Butler. Each student created a self-portrait by carving on woodblocks and at the road roller event; these panels were