Author Mia Laube, Executive Newspaper Editor

People Junior students eat lunch on their last few days of school, knowing the seniors are already done and they are about to fill their shoes.
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Many are aware of the disease that slowly creeps up then hits all at once: senioritis. Seniors are caught up in either being completely ready to leave or not prepared…

Winter Sports Routine shots can come with a lot of pressure in a demanding situation.
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A handful of years ago, two little girls in baggy shorts way past their knees stood at the painted-on free throw line of a driveway. “This is for the State…

People Sydney Nielsen, '19, uses her Android phone during her free time at the end of a science class.
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Phones: they’re something we can’t live without. No matter what kind of phone one has, the same information and basic functions are available. However, in the ongoing search for bigger…

Winter Sports Mark Horcher, '19, takes the ball down the court with Mason Rahe, '19, and defenders trailing.
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The boys’ and girls’ basketball teams rarely see each other play during the season, but the annual doubleheader against Washington is on the road tonight, and the teams are ready…

Columns Being the oldest of three like in my family can have its ups and downs, but like any relationship, the most important aspect of getting along is respect. Photo Credit: Kristin Rahe Photography
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Family is a blessing. Siblings can be the equivalent of best friends for one’s whole lifetime. However, for those who are born the first child, there are many struggles as…

Opinion
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By: Mia Laube @mia_laube21 [Newspaper Editor] By the time they reach high school, most students understand the concept of respecting adults and elders. Being polite, listening, and working hard are…

Opinion
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By: Mia Laube @mia_laube21 [Newspaper Editor] Swimsuit season: it’s not quite upon us, but it’s fast approaching. Racks upon racks of colorful pieces are appearing in stores, catching the eye…

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