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Senior Reflection: Joshua Carter

By | 2017-03-27T08:31:15+00:00 May 17th, 2016|Features|

A little more than a decade of my life has passed in my time here at Fresno Christian. Now, as I look back, the attempt of summing up all of what I learned is simply impossible. These experiences formed my character and led me to realize what I expect of myself in the years to come. In all the years of high school, it was not the mountains of book wisdom or social knowledge which stand out to me, but rather the problems of the heart. Most notably, is the idea that in all things we do, be content with who and where you are in life. A strong statement considering the hurdles which life throws at you, but a worthy goal. When happiness comes, be thankful for those moments. Likewise, when hardships arise, remember the past and be content in the present.

Senior Reflection: Gillian Rea

By | 2016-05-14T00:04:28+00:00 May 14th, 2016|Photos 2015-16|

My journey as a photographer began a mere ten months ago. This being my first year to pick up a camera, I was not expecting such a passion to grow within me. However, the more I study this art, the deeper I fall in love with creating and capturing special moments in the world around me. Some [...]

Senior led worship chapel

By | 2016-05-12T13:02:28+00:00 May 12th, 2016|Photos 2015-16|

Gillian Rea, '16, sings Thirst by Phil Wickham during the senior led worship chapel, May 12. Gillian Rea, '16, sings Thirst by Phil Wickham during the senior led worship chapel, May 12. The worship team's seniors, Justin Houts, Macy Mascarenas, Alexis Kalugin, Kylie Bell, and Gillian Rea, spend several hours mastering [...]

Class of 2016, Claire Kollenkark

By | 2016-05-06T10:27:36+00:00 May 6th, 2016|Photos 2015-16|

Claire Kollenkark, '16, struts down the streets of New York City while posing for her senior pictures, May 1. Claire Kollenkark, '16, struts down the streets of New York City while posing for her senior pictures, May 1. While harnessing her creative passions, Kollenkark has decided to study studio art and [...]

Bellezza returns home

By | 2016-05-04T10:06:22+00:00 May 4th, 2016|Photos 2015-16|

Bellezza finally returns home from their adventurous New York trip, May 2. Bellezza finally returns home from their adventurous New York trip, May 2. While in the big apple, the group toured the entire city along side famous actor, Robert Turano, as he walked them through a variety of attractions, including Lady Liberty, Ellis Island, and The 9/11 [...]

The Door Within proves interesting, exciting read

By | 2016-01-08T11:14:04+00:00 January 8th, 2016|Reviews|

Fitting in can be difficult for anyone. Now imagine having to move halfway across the country, away from your friends, your hometown and everything else that seems familiar to you. This is exactly the situation that Aidan, the protagonist of The Door Within, finds himself in at the beginning of story. The Door Within, written by Wayne Thomas Batson, is the first book in the trilogy that bears the same name. Although the book seems to be aimed for younger teenagers, the exciting plot and relatable characters are sure to keep readers of any age interested at every point in the story.

COLUMN: Clinton conceals motives

By | 2015-10-29T14:10:16+00:00 October 29th, 2015|Column|

As the primaries begin and the first democratic debate comes to a close, Hilary Clinton stands at the forefront as the party’s most viable contender. With her well-crafted responses and unrelenting accolades from her supporters, Clinton is now poised to run on the Democratic Party’s ticket for the 2016 presidential election. I was asked by adviser Greg Stobbe to write about what I think about Hilary Clinton and who she is. In all honesty, I can only comment on her superb maneuvering as a politician, as she reveals very little about who she actually is and what she actually believes.

Homecoming preparation: Behind the scenes of leadership

By | 2015-10-28T11:50:13+00:00 October 28th, 2015|Features|

One of the most memorable weeks of high school has ended and the leadership team reflects on the hard work and dedication that it took to complete it. For weeks before homecoming began, the leadership team has assembled together to decide on games, activities and events happening during homecoming. The long process took countless hours and teamwork to create a fun packed week. Each class also had to construct their very own float around the theme of “Vacation Destinations”. On the weekends, students from each class gathered together to paint, build and bring to life their own “destination.” The struggle to find volunteers and a host house made it difficult to formulate a float in time for homecoming.

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