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BREAKING: Volleyball anticipates new season

By |2018-08-16T11:07:31+00:00August 16th, 2018|Fall, Home Feature 1|

Coach incorporates summer practices to prepare for games  The new school year brings new students, new memories, and new sports teams, particularly girls volleyball. The 2018-'19 FCS girls volleyball is coming off a winning season 8-2 placing them second in league standings. The team looks to this season as a challenge to bounce back from losing [...]

COLUMN: Toryn Triplitt talks body image

By |2018-05-24T13:02:36+00:00May 23rd, 2018|Column, Home Feature 1, Opinions|

Statistically speaking, about 91% of women are unsatisfied with their bodies and 55% of males struggle with how they view themselves. These problems are often linked to self-esteem issues. Unfortunately, most women will struggle with how they view their bodies at least once in their life. And it often can hit you hard and fast. Body image issues affect many of us.

BREAKING: Drama presents ‘A Night of One Acts’

By |2018-05-21T09:56:06+00:00May 18th, 2018|Feature Podcast, Home Feature 1, News|

The campus drama class is ending the year with A Night of One Acts, starring two one acts performed by junior high and high school students, May 20 and May 21. The junior high production is titled, "The Internet is Distract-- Oh Look a Kitten!" by Ian Mc Wethy, and the high school production is titled, "Check Please" by Jonathan Rand.

COLUMN: Roman Endicott says inspiring endeavors ahead

By |2018-05-15T12:42:37+00:00May 15th, 2018|Column, Home Feature 1, Opinions|

Senior and student body president Roman Endicott contributes a monthly column as part of his leadership commitment to his peers. This is is final column as Endicott will graduate May 24 as an "FC Lifer."

Mini-Series: Science

By |2018-05-14T14:19:51+00:00May 14th, 2018|Features, Home Feature 1, Spring|

John Monke will be writing a mini-series on why students take subject classes and how they can apply it to real life. This week’s article focuses on Science and how science classes can be used in the future after school. Check out Monke’s last article on Mathematics. Campus science teacher Scott Bucher does a demonstration in [...]

Book Review: Once an Arafat Man

By |2018-05-18T08:20:20+00:00May 11th, 2018|Arts & Entertainment, Books, Home Feature 1|

Once An Arafat Man, a memoir by Taysir Saada, provides a fresh look into the changing worlds of warfare, terrorism and religious beliefs in the Middle East. From page one, Saada draws a distinct line between his old life of hate and his new life in Christ. Born to Palestinian parents in the Gaza Strip, he lived only three years in his hometown before his family fled.

EDITORIAL: The importance of online safety

By |2018-05-07T15:01:14+00:00May 7th, 2018|Editorial, Home Feature 1, Opinions|

Safety tips for internet users As more people gain access to the internet, it is important to learn basic safety tips. Since childhood, most people are taught basic safety lessons, such as being careful around strangers or staying away from roads or highways. But what are people taught about internet safety? [...]

Seventh grade journeys to SoCal for annual trip

By |2018-05-10T21:59:59+00:00May 7th, 2018|Home Feature 1, News|

The annual 7th grade Los Angeles trip is on route once again. Starting May 3, the seventh grade class will travel south to Los Angeles to explore museums and spend time together as a class before the school year ends. Led by junior high teacher Terry Richards, the group returns, May 5. 

PROFILE: Matthew Sue looks to gain lifelong golf skills

By |2018-05-01T10:42:48+00:00May 1st, 2018|Features, Home Feature 1, Profile|

With the school year winding down and students preparing for the summer break, senior Matthew Sue wanted to do something exciting for the last part of high school. Sue joined the golf team because he thought it would be beneficial to his future.

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