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
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.
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€
Ice hockey is a major part of sophomore Isaac Laxâ€™s life
by Katee Holman
He enters the rink, the cold of the ice rushes to his face. In moments he will begin playing his favorite game. Sophomore Isaac Lax plays hockey for the Columbus Iceman.
â€œBoth my mom
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
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 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