COLUMN: My experience as Feather’s Twitter editor

By |2019-04-08T08:30:14-07:00February 22nd, 2019|Column, Opinions|

Today, Twitter users tweet world wide over 500 million times per day, a number that continues to grow. Typically, tweets either go viral within minutes or drop beneath waves of content. With only 280 characters, it seems difficult to captivate an audience. Here at The Feather, this is what we aim for.

COLUMN: #EverydayJournalism

By |2019-03-20T10:16:34-07:00February 21st, 2019|Column, Opinions|

I always found myself drawn to writing. Putting thoughts and ideas on a piece of paper or typing them on a computer screen gave me a sense of freedom, allowing me to express a part of myself that I struggled to share out loud. So when I took journalism my first day of high school, I was excited to have the opportunity to gives others an idea of who I was and what I had to offer on a multi-media platform.

EDITORIAL: The search for identity

By |2019-03-20T10:12:40-07:00February 16th, 2019|Editorial, Opinions|

Relatives, friends and teachers of high school students inquire about potential career paths and universities they look to attend. The time of adolescence transitions an individual from childhood to adulthood and prepares them for the responsibilities and burdens of independence. With little understanding of the world around, child take in the nurturing knowledge and care of their parents. They identify with them, as that is all they know. As children mature, they take on more responsibilities and are trusted with more privileges. They take in the world around them, learning more about different groups, religions and cultures.  

COLUMN: Las Vegas finds identity in Golden Knights

By |2019-03-20T10:15:45-07:00February 15th, 2019|Athletics, Column, Opinions, Winter|

Last February, alumnus Julian Castro, ‘17, and I ventured from the Central Valley to the California coast to cheer on one of our favorite professional sports teams, the Vegas Golden Knights, as they took on the San Jose Sharks at the SAP Center. At the time, Vegas was a few months into their inaugural season, yet they sat in second for total points in all the NHL.

COLUMN: Serena Zhao shares American culture experience

By |2019-03-20T10:15:21-07:00February 14th, 2019|Column, Opinions|

As an oversea student from Shenzhen, China, I absorbed a completely different foreign culture and learned a lot from it. I first arrived in the United States three years ago, and experienced the warm welcome from many Americans. Today I am a junior at Fresno Christian and have tried my best to get involved with the school.

Campus teachers share career inspiration

By |2019-03-20T10:10:15-07:00February 8th, 2019|Opinions|

With 3.7 million teachers employed in American public and private schools in 2018, teachers continue to play an important role during the developmental years of a child’s life. During these growing years, children are taught by educators who influence their ideas and beliefs.

BLOG: Girl Talk-Do you really want to go on a Valentine’s date?

By |2019-03-07T13:39:41-07:00February 8th, 2019|Blog, Column, Feature Podcast, Opinions, Student Life|

A holiday we either dread or can not wait for. The candy hearts, chocolate, flowers and teddy bears line the racks of stores, as everyone begins to shop for their loved ones before Feb. 14: Valentine's Day. It may all seem cheesy but in reality we are at home watching chick flicks waiting for our prince charming to come running after us.

COLUMN: Respecting leadership

By |2019-02-28T08:10:45-07:00February 4th, 2019|Column, Feature Podcast, Opinions|

Currently, America finds itself torn by opposing views of our leaders. I believe that many people judge our leaders solely on opinions from the media, without hearing the facts and deciding for themselves. I think that these opinions lead to a disrespect of the authority that God places over us.

EDITORIAL: Are we losing the art of listening?

By |2019-02-28T08:22:59-07:00February 3rd, 2019|Editorial, Opinions|

"We often treat communication as if it were a race,” Carlson said. “It's almost like our goal is to have no time gaps between the conclusion of the sentence of the person we are speaking with and the beginning of our own. But as you wait for the people you are communicating with to finish, as you simply listen more intently to what is being said, you'll notice that the pressure you feel is off."

COLUMN: The case for nationwide student free press

By |2019-02-18T23:51:10-07:00January 31st, 2019|Column, Opinions|

There is no way around it. The legacy of the 1988 Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier Supreme Court decision remains disgraceful. When the principal of Hazelwood East High School outside St. Louis, Missouri, censored a special teen issue section in the student newspaper that included articles on teen pregnancy and the impact of divorce on students, members of the student staff sued.

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