Asian students plead for an end to Asian Hate

Asian students plead for an end to Asian Hate

Alli Flynt, Editor April 28, 2021

According to the advocacy group, Stop AAPI Hate, there have been more than 3,787 first hand accounts of anti-Asian hate from March 2020 to March 2021 in 47 states and Washington DC. Although discrimination...

Arkansas bill excludes transgender girls from sports

Arkansas bill excludes transgender girls from sports

Alli Flynt, Editor April 28, 2021

As the explosion of anti-transgender legislation is discussed in Arkansas, many wonder what the goal or intention of these bills is. According to Sarah Everett, from the Arkansas Civil Liberties Union...

Students slow the spread by receiving the COVID-19 vaccine

Marissa Williams, Reporter April 13, 2021

Announcing that 16-year olds are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Arkansas, Government Asa Hutchison is now opening up the virus to many more people, hoping to stop the virus in its tracks. The pharmaceutical...

Mask mandate ends in state but reminds unsure in schools

Marissa Williams, Reporter March 30, 2021

Gradually lifting COVID-19 restrictions, including larger capacity limits, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchison is planning to lift the state-wide mask mandate on March 31, 2021. The state is preparing for...

Senior Madison Stamper interacts with students across the country in order to share their EAST projects.

EAST programs participates in virtual competition with middle school

Natalie Herrera, Reporter March 30, 2021

EAST programs are known for being innovative and able to adapt to new situations. This has certainly been proven accurate due to the fact that this year's National Conference is being held in a way no...

Seniors express disappointment in upcoming events

Hallie Kirk, Reporter March 30, 2021

Senior Colby Stewart, among many others, has been waiting for their senior prom and graduation to be the only high school events they participate in. Multiple students decided not to go to homecoming,...

Teachers integrate arts into math and science classes

Alli Flynt, Editor March 29, 2021

As math and science classes have begun to integrate art into their usual curriculum, students learn to use both sides of their brains. Chemistry and physical science teacher Leslie Purdy-Hoyt is one of...

Teacher incorporates Springdale’s first Chick-fil-A into lesson

Alli Flynt, Editor March 9, 2021

It has been recently announced that a new Chick-fil-A will be built in Springdale. The city’s first of these restaurants will be located at the intersection of  West Sunset Avenue and Gene George Boulevard....

New spanish courses added to next year’s class options

March 7, 2021

As the city of Springdale continues to grow, so does the Hispanic community. Now more than ever, it is important to tear down linguistic barriers between people of different ethnicities. With the help...

Creative outlet for students are not counted for art credit

Jacqueline Sanchez, Copy Editor February 24, 2021

Senior Samantha Lewandowski spends approximately 30 hours a week working on projects for her TV production classes. Her interest in media began in 9th grade. Currently, she is enrolled in every television...

EAST help other schools grow program

Natalie Herrera, Reporter February 18, 2021

Each year, the number of EAST programs in the Springdale School district continues to grow. With over twenty EAST programs in the district, more students are having the opportunity to have an individualized...

Basketball team rebounds after COVID-19 sweep

Avery Lanning, Co-editor February 17, 2021

With only one returning player, the boys basketball team is working to prove doubters wrong this season after COVID-19 related game cancellations.  According to senior Aaron Oliger, the team was ranked...

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