Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Signs of Poor Mental Health

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By: Breanna Derrick/Junior Writer There may be "trigger" issues in this article, such as self-harm, drug and alcohol abuse, and other harmful habits. With the...

Ways to Protect Your Mental Heath

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By: Carissa Zawiski/Editor in Chief, Ryan Glatzel/Senior Editor, Brooke Upright/Senior Writer, and Madison Martin/Sophomore Writer Mental health is a world-wide problem that most people have dealt...

The Importance of Staying Clean and Healthy

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Having bad body odor can be more distracting to others than things like someone breaking the dress code or talking during class. Using deodorant,...

Spring Allergies?

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By: Kyra Powell/Content Editor Everybody knows what it means when spring comes- the snow melts, the thermometer reads above 30, the birds start singing and...

Concussions and Their Impacts

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By: Sarah Marble/Content Editor Did you know that Traumatic Brain Injuries have reached epidemic levels in the United States? According to the Mayo Clinic, "Every year,...

Stop The Bleed

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By: Sarah Marble/Content Editor How do you react in an emergency? What if you had to make a split second decision in order to save...

Spring Shouldn’t Stink

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By: Hayley Kohlhepp/ Senior Writer As warmer weather approaches, we all dread the one thing that makes warm weather stink, THE STINK. Deodorant, perfumes, lotions,...

The Meaning Behind No-Shave November

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By: Delia Geyer/ Content Editor As October came to an end, many people started talking about and participating in No-Shave November. This phenomena is not...

From High School to College

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By: Skylar Secord/Content Editor For some, the transition between high school and college or the workforce can be worse than culture shock.  While there is...

How to Cope with Social Anxiety

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By: Brianna Hendrickson/Freshman Staff Writer Social anxiety, an anxiety disorder in which a person has an excessive and unreasonable fear of social situations, is a rough...