Student’s ideas about conspiracy theories

Emily Gerstenkorn, Web Designer February 24, 2021

Diving into the world of conspiracy theories at the age of 15, senior Ashton Casebolt tells his story on how he got into these theories and his take on some of the ones already out in the world today....

Arkansas United Youth Committee distributes food drive items outside St. Raphael's Catholic Church.

Arkansas United Youth Committee teaches leadership skills while serving community

Alli Flynt, Reporter February 16, 2021

The Arkansas United Youth Committee was created in January 2020 with the intention to get younger people involved with Arkansas United. According to senior Pedro Manon, vice president of the Arkansas United...

Senior gets accepted into dream school

Emma Roach, Reporter February 16, 2021

  Student Council president Luke Rucker is one of 1,200 people that get admitted into West Point every year. Rucker admits that this experience has not been an easy journey for him, but one he...

Sophomore starts her own earring business

Marissa Williams, Reporter February 16, 2021

Because of her love of crafts, sophomore Maddie White begins an earring business on Instagram with her twenty-six-year-old best friend. “I have always loved crafting, and I was seeing all these people...

Breezy, the cleaning robot, makes his first ever appearance

Breezy, the cleaning robot, makes his first ever appearance

Alli Flynt, Reporter February 2, 2021

BreezyOne, the brand new disinfectant robot, can quickly sanitize the school at a much smaller price. This new technology was introduced as a more efficient method of sanitation that will be safer for...

Brayden Hartwig wears the first ever homecoming king crown

Marissa Williams, Reporter February 2, 2021

With a unique school year like this one, Winter Homecoming was a fresh new change for many. The addition of males on the court brought a new light to homecoming. According to senior Brayden Hartwig, he...

Student expresses her artistic talents through dance and photography

Laney Wilson, Reporter February 2, 2021

While she has a busy dance schedule on her hands, senior Addison Whitney also spends her time being the school’s sports photographer. Balancing school, photography, and dance has been difficult for Whitney;...

HOSA students bring joy to healthcare workers

Natalie Herrera, Reporter February 2, 2021

  As healthcare workers continue to stand on the front lines of COVID-19, students are finding ways to give back and recognize all of their hard work and dedication. The student organization HOSA...

Art teacher creates mouth-watering art

Art teacher creates mouth-watering art

Laney Wilson, Reporter January 19, 2021

From teaching art classes to creating abstract art, art teacher Dr. Milan Jilka also makes sourdough bread in his free time. Motivation is Jilka’s main factor in sparking his imagination to create all...

Student brings light to the importance of fitness and nutrition by promoting Herbalife

Jacqueline Sanchez, Copy Editor January 19, 2021

On an autumn September day, senior Carolina Restrepo was greeted with welcoming smiles as she entered Healthy Har-Ber Nutrition for the first time to order the Pixie Dust Tea and the Banana Foster...

Student earns video editor of year

Laney Wilson, Reporter December 15, 2020

After spending multiple hours shooting, editing, and writing for the ASPA competition, senior Sam Lewandowski won the Editor of the Year award. She had no idea what to expect going into this competition...

Karla Sprague and son Braydon Sprague visit Healthy Har-Ber.

Healthy Har-Ber becomes new hot spot for students

Alli Flynt, Reporter December 15, 2020

Healthy Har-Ber has flooded students' Instagram feeds and conversations for the past months since the new nutrition business opened this September. The drinks and shakes offered aren’t the only things...

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