Liar, liar pants on fire

September 23, 2015 0

By Paige Clark From a young age our parents try to instill the basis of rights and wrongs in us with hopes we will take these morals as our own and join society as Read More

Senior farewell: Meeting the last deadline

May 8, 2015 0

By Ellie Price I’m still in denial that I’m graduating in two weeks. After writing 111 stories, designing 132 pages and editing a seemingly endless number of assignments for  72 issues in my four years Read More

Opinion: Votes should be earned, not deserved

April 28, 2015 0

By Olivia Covington It’s official: Hillary Clinton is running for president in 2016. Not that this comes as a surprise to anyone. The former First Lady has had her eye on the oval office Read More

Pro vs. Con: FC’s school year ends late

April 28, 2015 0

Pro: Winter Term benefits outweigh late summer start
“We live in the Midwest. There’s no summer weather until the end of May anyway.”
Con: Late school year takes time away from friends
“We have a little less than a month of classes to suffer through. Kill me now, please.” Read More

Senior farewell: Notice life before it passes by

April 24, 2015 0

By Seth Morin Kenny Chesney’s song “Don’t Blink” perfectly describes how fast these past four years have been. “Life’s like a bullet – it goes too fast,” says the elderly gentleman at the beginning Read More

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