Journalist Carston Saelzler shares memories and stories of recent journey to the Holy Land No one could ever tell me what it was going to be like. I mean, how could they? To visit a place where religion, nature, and people collide into a beautiful scene of perfection called Israel. 288 hours. That's all I got [...]
Self motivation limits individual's capabilities Athletes grapple on the court for a position on the starting roster. They serve, return and rally with one another in anticipation to gain the starting spot. Competition between teammates drives student athletes to become better than each other, ultimately making the team stronger. Campus tennis players compete [...]
Entering his fifth year serving the Fresno Christian community, superintendent Jeremy Brown anticipates a changing and developing campus. Pursuing both quality and growth, Brown strives to prepare students for the struggles and pressures of their generation.
Finals week is here and the days until Christmas break can now be counted on one hand! As students are eager to dive into their three week vacation, high school juniors should utilize this time to better equip themselves as they enter their second semester.
There is nothing better than seeing a child’s eyes light up to see Santa which is really why I love doing this so much,” DeYoung continued, “We call it Holiday Magic because there’s no other word to describe that moment and twinkle. I do this because it is a celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. It is my personal commitment to show those that there’s a reason for the season.”
As bells jingle, trees are put up, and lights shine, high schoolers give subtle or very obvious hints as to what they want for Christmas. For some parents they are left in the dark, with not knowing what they might want. The origin of Christmas began with Jesus‘s birth, as a symbol for all Christians that God gave up his son to save us. He gave a gift to us, as the wise men gave gifts to Jesus. In remembrance of what a God has done we give gifts to others.
Whispers in the hallway spread rumors, lies and half-truths. Fueled by envy, hate and bolstering self-confidence, teens use gossip to hurt others they dislike. High school students often fabricate stories about someone or spread an intimate secret. Gossip emphasizes the situations of other people, and individuals become enveloped in the lives of others. As bullying will always be an issue, gossip remains an unavoidable reality in classrooms and workplaces. According to an article published on the New York Post, individuals continue to gossip well into their adult life.
Six years and counting, campus hosts a stuffed animal drive and Pajama Day on the last day of school, Dec. 14. For everyone who brings in a stuffed animal, used or Dollar Store (thrift store not accepted), receives a free Chick-Fil-A nugget meal and can watch “Elf” in the SMC. The stuffed animals are donated to Valley Children’s Healthcare and goes to patients who have an operation or surgery scheduled or are recovering from one.
Journalist defines happiness, emphasizes importance Expressed through smiles, grins and giggles, happiness remains a foundational element in the human condition. Happiness is not only a word to describe something enjoyed, but also a feeling that one experiences. Journalist Morgan Parker, '22 explores the concept of happiness. Happiness, according to Oxford dictionary, [...]