Junior Maddy Logan’s summer wasn’t spent in a foreign country, a sunny beach or a vacation home. She spent every Monday volunteering at the Indianapolis Zoo working from 8 to 4. Logan would stay at her aunt’s house in Indianapolis on Sunday night, wake up
The Erne Auditorium will fill with the sound of jazz, musicals, and pop favorites Sept. 30 at 7:30 p.m. All 5 choirs will perform; the concert, festival and jazz choirs have three songs each, and the North Stars and the Debuteens and Music Men will
Junior Jane Phillips grabs a romper, shorts, and shoes making a unique combination. Phillips enjoys putting together new outfits to create her own style.
“I like arranging stuff,” Phillips said. “I like putting patterns, pieces and textures together. I also like that it is an outlet
Headphones in, volume up. As students study for their quizzes and test, they go to their favorite playlist and turn up the music. Out of the 100 students surveyed, 80 say they prefer to listen to music while they study.
“It helps me memorize certain things
Some students may not know what to expect once they complete their AP Tests. After spending class time preparing for the test, they no longer have a specific goal to head for, and don’t know what to do. Senior Lindsey Potts explained what she thought