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  • If you are volunteering for Special Olympics, make sure to pay your $20 to the school store by tomorrow to participate.

  • The American Mathematics Contest will be held on Feb. 7. If you are interested, pay $5 to the bookstore by Dec. 7 to participate.

  • Items in the lost and found will be donated on Nov. 20. Stop by before Tuesday to claim your items!

You Gouda check out this mac & cheese review

You Gouda check out this mac & cheese review

Andrew Li, Nayeon Ryu, Carly Anderson, and Sarah Lashly

November 15, 2018


Filed under A & E, showcase

Five total macaroni and cheese brands Kraft Mac & Cheese Annie’s Mac & Cheese Velveeta Mac & cheese Whole Foods 365 Nature Crazy Bugs Mac & Cheese Scoring guide Each brand can earn up to 50 points, and each category was judged out of 10 points except for creativity, which ...

Senior Nolan Cosgrove scores a Division I spot as a goalie

Senior Nolan Cosgrove scores a Division I spot as a goalie

Ella Mercer and Abbie Zensen

November 14, 2018


Filed under showcase, sports

After three years of creating a name for himself in high school, senior Nolan Cosgrove has begun preparing for his future at the University of Tulsa. Since the age of five, Nolan has dreamed of playing professionally. Through years of training, he credits his supportive coaches and family for helping him ...

Wrestling team revives their history through a champions board

Wrestling team revives their history through a champions board

Nell Jaskowiak, Opinions Editor

November 13, 2018


Filed under showcase, sports

With a new season underway and momentum building for an expanded girls program, the wrestling team has another change coming this year: a champions board to display all of their past state qualifiers, placers and team titles. They won their first conference title in 29 years last season, and the words...

Photo of the week – Nov. 5

Photo of the week – Nov. 5

Caroline Judd, Social Media Manager

November 9, 2018


Filed under photo of the week, showcase

Freshman Giselle Bauer overcomes brain tumor

Freshman Giselle Bauer overcomes brain tumor

Maddie Brueggenjohann, Convergent Media Writer

October 26, 2018


Filed under features, showcase

As her body begins to shake, 9-year-old Giselle Bauer tastes rotten blueberries. Her head begins to ache and her face begins to twitch. She feels a flash. Three weeks later, Bauer–now a freshman–learned this “flash” was actually a seizure. “The flashes felt really weird,” Bauer said. “The doctors ...

Senior Lauren Chapman undergoes a bone marrow transplant for severe Aplastic Anemia

Senior Lauren Chapman undergoes a bone marrow transplant for severe Aplastic Anemia

Irene Yannakakis and Katelyn Tyree

October 24, 2018


Filed under features, showcase

After noticing several random bruises scattered on her body and getting a blood test from her doctor when she was 13, senior Lauren Chapman was rushed to the hospital and was diagnosed with severe Aplastic Anemia. Aplastic Anemia is when your body stops producing sufficient blood cells and the immune system reacts by destroying bone marrow in your body.   Chapman withst...

Hippo Campus and The Districts bring an electric performance to The Pageant

Hippo Campus and The Districts bring an electric performance to The Pageant

Sabrina Bohn, Deputy Managing EiC

October 22, 2018


Filed under A & E, music, showcase

Excited chatter filled the room as fans flowed into The Pageant Tues. Oct. 9, impatiently waiting for The Districts, a Philadelphia based rock band, to open up the show for the even more anticipated Hippo Campus, an indie band from Minnesota. With the release of their new album “Bambi” Sept. 28,...

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