New Green Deal tries to help planet

By Stephanie Lingenfelter Editor in Chief Another deal has made its way to capitol hill, this one being called the New Green Deal. According to, this deal has the goal of converting our current fossil fuel economy into an environmentally friendly economy and adding an Economic Bill of Rights. Its basis arose from former... Continue Reading →

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Indy ranks as 12th most dangerous city

By Amy Clark Staff Reporter According to CBS and, Indianapolis was ranked as the 12th most dangerous city in the United States. The violent crime rate for Indianapolis is 1,374 per 100,000 residents. The most common crime in Indiana is some type of larceny/theft, followed by aggravated assault. Police officers are constantly working in... Continue Reading →

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Upcoming senior events to finish up the 2019 school year

By Matthew Grube Staff Reporter After many years of schooling, the senior class is only days away from graduating. The culmination of years of hard work has paid off. A chapter of seniors’ lives will be ending as a new story begins. Students will grow into adulthood and adapt into the real world. Graduation is... Continue Reading →


Album review: Billie Eilish

By Jaelin Engle News Editor Billie Eilish created this new album called ¨When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?¨ Billie is known for her unique taste when it comes to producing her music. She writes all of her own songs with the help of her brother and they all come quite spontaneously. This... Continue Reading →

Students relax on Wellness Wednesdays

By Alyssa Daniels Sports Editor Wednesdays are no longer just early release days; now the guidance office has added a Wellness Wednesday weekly during fourth period. This is led by counselors Haley Armstrong or Laura Ehringer in the guidance conference room. It was started to help students de-stress from school or anything happening in their... Continue Reading →

Balanced calendar balances life

By Mason Pendleton Feature Editor For many, school can be a stressful time for students. In an article by Forbes, schools in 2018 have become much more stressful from major things like school shootings to the most simple problems like fad changes. According to Forbes, by breaking up a school year throughout it allows for... Continue Reading →

Senior starts own boutique

By Whitney Black Entertainment Editor Senior year can prove to be difficult with homework, tests, plans of the future and a bad case of “senioritis,” but Kali Vermeulen didn’t let that get in her way of starting a business. Last semester, she opened an online boutique called Neapolitan Sisters Boutique. Vermeulen is a seventh semester... Continue Reading →

TV Show review: Northern Rescue

By Alyssa Daniels Sports Editor Northern Rescue is a Netflix Original TV show. It was released March 1 and it’s about a family that has lost their mother due to cancer and the three children and the father are all trying to recover and get adjusted to their new town. There is only one season... Continue Reading →

Vaccines necessary for children

By Jakob Ronimous Staff Reporter Vaccines have become a hot topic recently, due to families refusing to vaccinate themselves and their children, citing health concerns. Many “Anti-Vaxxers” cite studies that show a link between children who have been vaccinated and Autism rates. However, there are many reasons why scientists believe that the sources the “anti... Continue Reading →

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