Abortion centerspread

Ashton Moreland, Reporter

December 5, 2016

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Andi McGowen What are your opinions on abortion? I think that abortion should be legal. I am pro-choice, so obviously I don’t think that everyone should have to do it, but I think that if a woman wants to make that decision for herself, then I think that she should be allowed to do that. And, she should have acce...

Students understanding the weight of their votes

Will Crotts, Reporter

December 5, 2016

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Walking into the polling station on November eighth, senior Serena Mcclarrinon steps into the booth, ready to place her vote for who the next president will be. The months leading up to this moment involved many decisions, eventually leading Mcclarrinon to this one big decision. This is a decision millions of Americans face ever...

Political views shaped by family and friends

Malorie Wiederkehr, Review Editor

December 5, 2016

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He has a mind of his own, and he breaks aways from the standards held by his parents. He is independent and makes his own choices. Junior Isaak Benchoff strays from both Republican and Democratic parties. He tries not to let his family influence his political views, however, they both lean towards transhumanism, a politically-ce...

Springdale residents cast their votes

Springdale residents cast their votes

November 8, 2016

George Kelly exits the poll, proudly sporting his “I voted” sticker. As an 83-year-old voter, the 20...

Hoco assembly

Holland Primm, Editor in Chief

October 21, 2016

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Standing at the podium in front of the entire student body, teachers, and parents, Student Council President and senior Serena McClarrinon announces each of the homecoming maids. She looks out over the arena, which has transformed overnight from a basketball court to a walkway fit for a queen. “There will be around 35 people helping se...

Fall trends welcome the season

Maggie Cebuhar, Reporter

October 20, 2016

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Fall means chilly Friday nights spent in the stadium-lighted student section for senior Chris DuCote. “I expect pumpkin spice lattes will be all over the place this fall… But that’s wasting five bucks on a drink like that, in my opinion,” DuCote said. The most controversial drink of the fall, the pumpkin spice...

Debate expects to dominate competitions

Emma Kate Bockelman, Reporter

October 20, 2016

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Junior Hayley Reynolds sits with her team, anxiously preparing for her next debate. She only has 30 minutes to come up with points on the topic of "fight is better than flight.”  She nervously walks into the next room to debate against her opponent. "You have 30 minutes to prep, and then you go find your opponent in the roo...

Clown sightings generate fear

Hunter Cloud, Sports Editor

October 19, 2016

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As she drives home from work at night, a creepy man can be seen, and his hair looks like black fabric. As Senior Valeria Terrazas passes him, she turns around and sees a terrifying clown mask, and at that moment, Terrazas let out a blood curdling scream. “Since I was driving and I speed a lot, I went home immediately and called th...

Center spread

Olivia Staumbaugh, Reporter

October 19, 2016

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Being the fastest male in the state, junior Payton Copher steals records and makes his way to the top. Considering the racial stereotypes made by society that African Americans are faster, stronger, and all around better athletes, Copher believes he is treated differently because he is Caucasian and faster than anyone in the s...

Ap classes and sleep

Holland Primm, Editor in Chief

October 19, 2016

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Senior Ally Layman sits in her room, legs crossed,, with an array of worksheets, notes, and homework spread out before her. Even at midnight, she is awake with the motivation to complete her work in every single one of her Advanced Placement classes. “Sleep was kind of an issue. Last year I got about five hours of sleep...

Mumps Swells Up In Springdale

Will Crotts, Reporter

September 27, 2016

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Junior Nick Martinez doesn’t remember getting a vaccine for mumps. That’s because most people get it when they’re just a baby, and for some, they don't get one at all. A total of eight people have been diagnosed with mumps and twenty four are suspected of having the virus just in the Springdale School District. This number ju...

Christine Bates Remodels her own house

Riley Neil, Features Editor

September 27, 2016

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For most teachers and students, the first week of school is challenging enough. With the stress of  whole new classes and having to once again set an alarm, most do not want any added pressure.  However, Spanish teacher Christine Bates found herself on the first week without a working toilet or shower in her house. “I...

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