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College visits come to close with SCAD

Story: Felicity Frobom, Staff Writer

  This year’s college visits ended with the Savannah College of Art and Design coming to Haslett High on Nov. 16. Located in Savannah, Ga., SCAD offers classes in animation, design, illustration, fashion design, and...  Read More »

Nov 26

Links program featured in Start program publicity

Story: Leah Winston, Staff Writer

The Links Program at Haslett High School is a program students join to help other students with disabilities in their classes. A student is paired up with a Link  who helps him or her with whatever the student needs duri...  Read More »

Nov 26

Coat drive will help keep those in need warm

Story: Anissa Kroll, Staff Writer

Wondering what happened to those old coats and gloves that you gave the Haslett High NHS Fall Drive two weeks ago?  Wonder no more because here's the answer. Recently the National Honors Society held its annual Fall Drive ...  Read More »

Nov 26

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Photo Story: Kevin Tobe wins Milken Award

Awkward Sports Photos

Sports

Haslett boys tennis wins 6th straight leagues and regional titles

Story: Zak Hanson, Staff Writer

The 2016 Haslett High School Boys Tennis Team won its sixth straight league and regional championship. The team went 11-1-1 in overall matches. And the doubles team of seniors Nick Radecki and Gokul Murali made it to the...  Read More »

Nov 26

Young cross country teams grow

Story: Jackie Palmer, Staff Writer

As the Haslett High School cross country teams wrapped up their season, some top performers were announced. Top runners for the boys are Brad McMahon and Stephen Henry. The top runners for the girls are Lidia Clarizio an...  Read More »

Nov 26

Defensive force

Story: Zak Hanson, Staff Writer

It’s rare for an underclassman to be on a varsity sports team, but sophomore Aj Salazar made the cut and was a standout the entire season. Salazar has been playing soccer since the HYRA days in kindergarten. “I realized...  Read More »

Nov 10

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Opinion

EpiPen Outrage

Story: Domion Tijerina, Staff Writer

A few years ago, I took amoxicillin for a sinus infection and began to break out into hives. I had taken the antibiotic before and been totally fine. But for some reason I was suddenly allergic to it. ...  Read More »

Nov 4

All is ‘K with the Longendyke Krew

All is ‘K with the Longendyke Krew

Story: Khonnor Longendyke, Staff Writter

Keri, Krystin, Kyle, Khonnor, Kenzi, Kadyn, Karslyn, Kayla and Kheegan. That’s right,we’re all Ks. It’s the Longendyke Krew. I wake up some mornings feeling like I got no sleep, because my 6-year-old...  Read More »

Jun 6

Through carsickness and health

Through carsickness and health

Story: Kelsey Johnson, Editor-in-Chief

Disney’s “Frozen” soundtrack blares through the car’s speakers. The aroma of stale McDonald’s french fries and dirty diapers circulates. Car sickness strikes viciously. And three screaming kids...  Read More »

Jun 3

Let’s build a future around what we enjoy; we deserve it

Let’s build a future around what we enjoy; we deserve it

Story: Rachel Hamilton, Photo Editor

“Oh, you’re good at math and science. Are you going to be an engineer?” I can’t count the number of times I’ve heard that. We get pressured into certain fields because a few of our talents line...  Read More »

Jun 3

Reaching New Heights

Reaching New Heights

June 3, 2016

ARTS adventure big step in performance journey

ARTS adventure big step in performance journey

June 3, 2016

Summer camp truly is the ‘real world’

Summer camp truly is the ‘real world’

June 2, 2016

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