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Senior nominated for prestigious athletic award

By | 2017-04-24T10:41:41+00:00 April 24th, 2017|Home Feature 1, News|

As the school year begins to end, awards will be handed out to students who achieve excellent. Every year one student is chosen for the Senior Girl Athlete awards, one female is chosen from each of the 22 local high schools. This year Juliette Davila has been nominated by Fresno Christian.

COLUMN: Learning from losing

By | 2017-04-07T17:17:29+00:00 April 7th, 2017|Column, Home Feature 1|

For the fifth year in a row, The Feather Online returned from New York boasting yet another Gold Crown award from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association(CSPA). The Feather staff claims seven Gold Crowns since 2010. However, the CSPA’s award is not the only prize students strive for. The National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) offers an arguably more prestigious reward--the Pacemaker. The Feather owns six Digital Pacemaker awards, most recently winning in 2016.

Breakaway 2017 promotes community involvement

By | 2017-04-06T12:54:50+00:00 April 6th, 2017|Community Events, Home Feature 1|

As students across the country get ready for the upcoming spring break, many students in Fresno look forward to spend time together and serve their community. Peoples Church student ministry (The Chase) will once again hold their annual Breakaway event, April 9-13.

Tennis team honors 8 players on senior night

By | 2017-04-04T10:43:24+00:00 April 4th, 2017|Athletics, Home Feature 1|

Seniors Julian Castro, Will Vander Kooi, Nick LeBlanc, Nevan Gonzalez, Zach Passmore, Jarrod Markarian, Trevor Trevino, and Damien Boyce will be honored before the matches start as they play their last home game as high school tennis players, April 4.

California Baptist engages with students, promotes healthy campus life

By | 2017-03-30T12:51:07+00:00 March 29th, 2017|Commentary, Home Feature 1|

California Baptist University in Riverside, California. The last school on my list to visit. Heading into my one day experience at the college, I was dead set on attending Auburn University in Alabama. The prestigious university in the south was too amazing of an opportunity to pass up. To my surprise, CBU actually impressed me enough to second guess my original thoughts.

New movie sparks controversy in religious conversation

By | 2017-03-24T10:28:44+00:00 March 24th, 2017|Arts & Entertainment, Home Feature 1|

Since publishing of its original book version by William P. Young, "The Shack" has received much criticism from Christians in particular. Though looked on as a Christian novel, this story together with its author is repeatedly accused of heresy and failure to correctly interpret the Bible.

Halo Wars 2, introduces new game style to Xbox One

By | 2017-03-22T09:53:04+00:00 March 22nd, 2017|Home Feature 1, Reviews|

Many people are familiar with the Halo series, a futuristic first-person shooter (FPS) that has been around since the early 2000’s. However few people know of the Halo Wars series, a real-time strategy (RTS) game that takes place in the same universe as the main Halo games. From the start this game turns away many people due to the fact that it is an RTS game. Many people do not even know what an RTS game is. Well, an RTS is similar to chess or checkers, except that there are no turns and everything happens in real time (hence the RT in RTS).

New York: Peru immigrant prepares to be arrested

By | 2017-03-20T10:45:14+00:00 March 17th, 2017|Home Feature 1, News|

While in the park, they met a Modesto native who was promoting a peaceful protest against President Donald Trump’s travel ban. Staff writer, Sam Cross, ‘19, interviewed Analisa Freitas on her motivations for her protest and her experiences moving from a small, rural city to one of the largest cities in the U.S., March 16.

Ellen’s Stardust Diner still displays 50’s vibes to this day

By | 2017-03-17T19:35:58+00:00 March 17th, 2017|Food, Home Feature 1|

Considered one of the best-themed restaurants in New York City, Ellen’s Stardust Diner offers a family friendly atmosphere and entertainment from the staff who sing and dance while they wait on customers. The retro 50’s themed diner is located on the corner of 51st Street in Times Square, New York City. The eatery contains many "Fabulous Fifties" memorabilia, such as an indoor train and drive-in theater screen showcasing performances from that era.

Wordless show provides unique take on making music

By | 2017-03-17T20:25:26+00:00 March 16th, 2017|Arts & Entertainment, Features, Home Feature 1|

Almost all New York shows contain classic music and timeless characters that speak for themselves in the greatest plays of all time. But one in particular does not speak at all, but rather throws away tradition in their joyful take on street music. Stomp is a clever wordless show with an eight-member cast. The characters use random objects from the streets, such as garbage cans and push brooms, to make beautiful music and mischievous humor.

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