When walking through the hallway, there is always those few people who don’t know the proper etiquette. Someone is always blaring their not so tasteful music, walking against the current, or just standing in the middle of the hallway talking while crowds of people are
Review packets are the norm for students studying for Advanced Placement examinations, as AP tests will begin the week of May 2.
"I am taking English and Psychology. English so I don't have to take the gen ed in college and psychology because the social applications
The softball team defeated East 6 to 3
1. Poetry in Motion
To celebrate National Poetry Month the Johnson County Public Library is hosting a poetry-writing event. This event is tonight 4:30 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. Students who are interested can register at the library’s website.
2. Spring Cleaning Book Sale
All April the Bartholomew County Library
The Bull Dogs scored 12 runs to beat Shelbyville 12 to 0
Indiana's new abortion law passed March 24, firing up a rally for women's rights against Gov. Mike Pence.
Photos by Lillyanne Pham
House Bill 1337 (Indiana's New Abortion Law)
The main points of the bill that were found controversial:
Prohibits a person from performing an abortion if the person
My viewing of Batman v. Superman was a bit abrupt in my books. I actually didn’t know I was going out to see it until an hour before I actually sat down and watched the movie. The week prior to watching it I actually discussed
Every year in April, Columbus North presents the opportunity of taking the ACT to juniors or seniors who are college bound. In charge of the testing this year is English teacher Barbara Handt, who was interviewed about how the ACT works.
"The ACT is a college admissions
AP Economics students competed in the Indiana Council for Economic Education's Economics Challenge April 12 at Indiana University Southeast in New Albany. The top-scoring team was composed of seniors Emma LaVelle, Kevin Luo, Mitchell Kelley and Mason Mitchell.
The third place team at the competition