Freshman Chloe Hundley is involved in many activities that revolve around church and youth ministry
by Brooke Fath
Standing in the congregation at Community Church of Columbu, freshman Chloe Hundley listens to the minister. Throughout the service, Hundley and many others will celebrate what they are thankful
Senior Garrett Preusz has always loved art, but through C4 classes he discovered he enjoyed visual effects
by Laurel Wolfe
His eyes focus on the computer screen as he works on his latest visual effects project. Inspired by various movies, senior Garrett PreuszÂ works to create something
Freshman Shelby Vance has a passion for playing the violin
by Levi Olmstead
When freshman Shelby Vance was told she was to play an instrument, she did not know what to play. That was before she discovered the violin.
â€œI started playing the violin in the second grade,â€
An engineering student makes something of his own invention
by Tori Newkirk
Busily tinkering away on his engineering and development project, senior Brandon Hedrick takes a break to contemplate the progress and complications.
â€œThe basis of the class is to invent something and follow through with the steps
Senior Liz Nay speaks through her art
by Erica Stewart
Senior Liz Nay confesses that she does not have a say in much. However, art changes that for her.
â€œI donâ€™t really have a voice about a lot of things so it helps me speak,â€ Nay said.
Senior Thomas Brueggemann recently figured out he had a hidden talent he was not aware of
by Laurel Wolfe
The sun is shining and the birds are chirping. The aroma from the kitchen makes your mouth water. Senior Thomas Brueggemann is standing over the stove as he
Freshman Quin Shoultz is known as the prodigy by her teammates
by Tori Newkirk and Haedyn Scgalski
Most students turn 15 during their freshman year, which is not the case for freshman Quin Shoultz.
â€œIâ€™m 14 right now, I donâ€™t turn 15 until September 22nd,â€ Shoultz said.
Molding her own beliefs, sophomore Lucie Cyliax trusts herself and does what pleases
by Natalie Bush
Keeping to her convictions or firmly held beliefs, sophomore Lucie Cyliax will stand up for what she believes in. Due to this, Cyliax describes herself as bold.
â€œIf I think something is
Freshman Tori Prestel spends hours improving her dancing ability
by Haedyn Scgalski
Mondayâ€™s school day ends, and for freshman Tori Prestel this means time to get ready for ballet.
â€œI go Monday though Thursday [to the studio],â€ Prestel said. â€œDuring our show season, I rehearse on Sat.â€
Sophomore Ben Jines may be allergic to a lot of things, but he is still living a good life
by Katee Holman
With every ingredient he consumes, he has to be cautious. Sophomore Ben Jines is allergic to many things.
â€œWhenever I go to a friendâ€™s house I