Teenage Pregnancy Risks

Teenage Pregnancy Risks

Emily Bobo, Author

February 15, 2019


Filed under Features, Uncategorized

What's wrong with being a teenager while pregnant? The thing is, it comes with many risks. Here's an example, your body would end up having a low birth weight, and also could end up getting anemia which is low iron levels or possibly high blood pressure which can lead to preeclampsia. Low iron levels could lead to abnormally low levels of red blood cells...

Uprising of Ted Bundy and the Media

Uprising of Ted Bundy and the Media

Liberty Justice, Author

February 15, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Features

There are many words to describe the awful Ted Bundy, including sadistic, narcissistic, charismatic, deranged, and psychotic. He is a psychopathic serial killer. For those of you who may not know much about him, here is a quick biography: Theodore Robert Bundy was an American serial killer, kidnapper,...

College Readiness

College Readiness

Sarah Snider, Author

February 14, 2019


Filed under Features, School Life

Juniors and seniors all around the world are getting ready to go to college. There are multiple things you need to know and consider when planning on going to college! Colin Powell once said, "There are no secretes to success. It is a result of preparation.". This quote is the true for getting the mindset...

Prom Budget

Prom Budget

Madison Snider, Author

January 28, 2019


Filed under A&E, Features, School Life

Prom is told to be one of the most memorable nights of high school for juniors and seniors. There is so much excitement when getting ready and enjoying all the glamour, decorations, music, and food at prom. But there is one downside to prom, and that is how much money is spent for this one ni...

Childhood Sweethearts

Childhood Sweethearts

Annalee Savon, Author

January 28, 2019


Filed under Features

Throughout childhood, we experience different relationships: our first best friend, our first crush, our first pet. These past experiences have shaped us into who we are today and some still continue to shape us. In the light of all of this, we've have made lifelong friends- some of them have moved,...

Sheridan’s Inked Students

Sheridan’s Inked Students

Josie Shafer, Author

January 23, 2019


Filed under A&E, Features

For most high school students, getting anything permanent is out of the question. We have a hard enough time committing to a style of music or clothing, that a tattoo would be an anomaly among the teenage population. However, there are a select few of us who believe they feel so passionately about something,...

Big Brother Big Sisters: Where Volunteering Becomes Worthwhile

Big Brother Big Sisters: Where Volunteering Becomes Worthwhile

Madeline Gillenwater, Editor

January 17, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

When we think about our childhood, we think about times in our lives that we lived carefree and without a fear of the future. These vivid memories are ones we hold close to our hearts and cherish as time passes by. Sadly, these memories we reminisce on don’t look the same for all children. Numerous...

December Students of the Month: Brady Turnes and Emma Conrad

December Students of the Month: Brady Turnes and Emma Conrad

Hunter Dishon, Editor

November 30, 2018


Filed under ...Of the Month, Features, Showcase

Brady Turnes Brady Turnes has accumulated a GPA of 3.2 throughout his high school career. He is the Vice President of the Somerset Haymakers 4-H Club. He is a 4-year letterman in Golf along with All MVL and a 3-year letterman in Baseball. He has also received his academic letter. Brady enjoys playing s...

Jim: Most Valuable Veteran (MVV)

Jim: Most Valuable Veteran (MVV)

Elena Glorioso, Author, Editor-in-Chief

November 13, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

This past week, the journalism team had the honor of meeting with Vietnam Veterans to hear their stories and bear witness to living history. I had the pleasure of getting to know Jim, and hear his own personal story. I'm sure everyone could say that their Veteran was truly inspiring, or that he had the...

In the Eyes of a Warrior – Jim

In the Eyes of a Warrior – Jim

Ashleigh Craig, Copy Editor

November 13, 2018


Filed under Features

Some people think time is relative. It moves faster when you are having fun and slower when life is bringing you down. For Jim, this seemed to happen during his time in Vietnam. During the time that he spent with us recounting his experiences in the war, he described how everything felt different;...

Charles Garner: The Vietnam Vet

Charles Garner: The Vietnam Vet

Taylor Deem, Journalist

November 13, 2018


Filed under Features

I recently did an interview with Vietnam veteran Charles Garner. He told his story about his military career using five hats, but before he told us about his career he told us about why he decided to join the army. He was a sophomore in high school when he chose the army. He said "I didn’t want anymor...

The Generals: Playoff Bound

The Generals: Playoff Bound

Trevan Wright, Author

November 9, 2018


Filed under Features, Sports

Sheridan Generals Football is back where it’s always meant to be… Playoffs. The 2017 season for the Generals was a rebuilding year. With a 6 and 4 record on the season, it was not the type of year that we typically see from our stellar football program. The four losses were close as the total deficit...

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