Joseph Lowery

https://www.dailysabah.com/world/americas/leader-of-us-civil-rights-movement-joseph-lowery-dies-at-98

Karisa Bowers, Author

May 9, 2020

If you've been watching the news or listening to the radio lately you may have heard that a man by the name of Joseph Lowery passed recently, but did you know who this man was? Joseph Lowery was born on October 6th, 1921 in Huntsville, Alabama to LeRoy and Dora Lowery. As a teenager, he didn't experience ...

Playlist for Seniors!

Spotify logo. Credit to Google Images.

Hunter Dishon, Editor

May 9, 2020

This is a playlist for all seniors, before and after our graduating class of 2020, although I made this playlist with my friends in hopes that it tells the story of our 2020 school year. These are songs that were frequently played during our school year, our graduation song, and songs that I believe...

The Better Side of the Coronavirus

The Better Side of the Coronavirus

Ally Perkins, Author

April 16, 2020

The Coronavirus has taken the world by storm, upturning lives and shutting down entire countries. The devastation of the pandemic has spanned across nations and boundaries, killing thousands of people, and these numbers rise everyday. High School State tournaments were cancelled, schools were closed,...

One more way the world wasn’t prepared for coronavirus: Air pollution

Pollution levels in China in 2019, left, and 2020, right.

Margaret Selegue

March 27, 2020

The corona virus pandemic is changing everything — including the quality of the air we breathe. In three corona virus hotspots, satellite imagery revealed a dramatic decline in air pollution in recent weeks as China, Italy, and Iran were brought to a standstill. One Stanford scientist estimated t...

5 Easy Ways To Support Environmental Change

5 Easy Ways To Support Environmental Change

Ally Perkins, Author

March 27, 2020

Everyone is aware of the many environmental issues that we face today. Most people are also aware of the many changes we can adopt into our daily routine to help out. However, cutting out plastics, starting a compost pile, and walking to work simply are not options for a majority of the population. And...

Life in Isolation

https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/10/world/coronavirus-covid-19-update-intl-hnk/index.html

Karisa Bowers, Author

March 24, 2020

When the first case of the Coronavirus came to the United States people were not overly concerned about it, but as the amount of people infected in the US  rises, people began to realize that we need to do something to stop the spreading. It started as "make sure you're washing your hands" and turned...

What Have You Missed?

What Have You Missed?

Jensen Wolfe, Author

March 22, 2020

During this troubling time, there is not much else to talk about other than COVID-19. Whether you are scrolling through Twitter, or watching the news, you are likely to see something about the Coronavirus that quickly broke out in the United States. Although there is an abundance of news about the Coronavirus,...

The New Pandemic: A Northern Local Point of View

Not just a Wuhan Problem- it is now a Sheridan Problem

Karisa Bowers, Author

March 18, 2020

Since its first appearance in December, the COVID-19, more commonly known as the Coronavirus, has been causing a worldwide frenzy. The coronavirus made its first appearance in the Wuhan, Hubei Province in China. The Coronavirus is an upper respiratory infection whose name comes from the shape it appear...

I’m Aggravated, Are You?: Removal of the Bathroom Doors

I'm Aggravated, Are You?: Removal of the Bathroom Doors

Paige Fisher, Author

March 11, 2020

Recently at Sheridan High school the administration has decided to remove the doors in the entry way to each bathroom throughout the building. Several things have been banned recently at Sheridan High School. The list includes cell phones, the ability to carry book bags to and from classes, and most...

Drinking and Driving – A Problem

Drinking and Driving - A Problem

Margaret Selegue, Author

March 6, 2020

Even though the legal age for drinking in the United States is 21, most people consume their first alcoholic beverage well before they are legally able. Teen drinking, combined with the freedom that comes with a driver's license, is a fatal combination because it puts young adults in the position to...

Keeping up with Kaitlin Bennett

Keeping up with Kaitlin Bennett

Karisa Bowers, Author

March 4, 2020

According to Kaitlin Bennett, also known as 'gun girl', nothing quite screams freedom like bringing an "army of gun owners for an open-carry walk" through Ohio University in Athens. This statement came after she was greeted by a riot of angry protesters while visiting the campus to ask questions. Now ...

Animal Abuse.

Abbie East, Author

February 26, 2020

∼Rodeo Abuse∼ Rodeos are a place where thousands of people around the world go to have fun and watch some down right exciting competition. Not many talk about the dark side of rodeos - the animal abuse. One of the most abusive events is Calf roping. Calf Roping is a very deadly competitio...

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