Making the most of the magic
by Andrea Behling
While some seniors are spending their second semesters slacking off and waiting for summer, senior Megan Hinckley has been trying to win her Spanish class a trip to Orlando.
â€œâ€˜The Today Showâ€™ had a contest to send the class
Uncovering the Positive despite hardships
by Sarah Burr
In early 2006, towards the end of her eighth grade year, senior Jerrica Griderâ€™s mother was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS). MS is typically a progressive disease involving damage to the sheaths of nerve cells in the brain and
Junior Jake Reed gets scholarship and commits to IU to play football
by Vanessa Staublin
For seniors, making their choice where they go to college is one more thing to check off on their list. However, for junior Jake Reed, this is something he will not have
Goins shares her story
by Taylor Gohn
Jan. 5, 2010 marks a day second semester senior transfer from Evansville, Ambraya Goins will never forget; her first day at Columbus North High School. Transferring with no warning, Goins still had a great transition.
â€œPeople have been very friendly, but
Pirtle is choosing to go to culinary arts school
by Olivia Williams
When deciding on career paths, many students choose from the business or medical fields. Senior Brent Pirtle, however, chose culinary arts for itâ€™s unique, creative outlet.
Pirtle is attending the Johnson and Whales College of Culinary
Spotlight on senior Rachel Teo
by Caitlin Wilson
Saturday, stage lights shone down on senior Rachel Teo. Even through an entire days worth of competition, nerves still set in as the final round approached.
â€œI think itâ€™s safe to say Iâ€™ve never been more nervous in my life,â€
by Lindsey Thompson
Diversity Council has posted the unity shoes around school. These shoes are posted each May in observance of Holocaust awareness.
"The unity shoes represent student pledges to be more tolerant toward diversity. They also represent student pledges to accept and respect diversity. By signing,
by Haedyn Scgalski
Tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the Jusdon Erne Auditorium will be the first annual media honors night.Â This night is dedicated to honoring their hard work this past year and inducting the new Quill and Scroll members. Students will be presented with awards
by Marissa McEwan
Last Thursday at the senior awards night, senior Natalie Bush was presented with the $1,000 Samuel P. Simmermaker Journalism And Communications Scholarship by the Bulldog alumni. Any senior majoring in journalism or communications was legible.
"I was extremely honored to have won this scholarship,"
by Emili Hefler
The annual release of the Literary Arts Magazine, The Other Side, started on Tuesday, May 19. The magazine's theme this year is Signature and the signature of every person used in the magazine is included. The Literary Arts Magazine staff will be passing