Will Winter Ever End?

Will Winter Ever End?

Reported by Alyssa Burbank A week and a half into April, snow fell upon us. For weeks now people have been asking, “Will Winter ever end?” But the weather is beginning to change for good this Spring. With a few hiccups in the weather, like snow and weather in the 30s, people have begun to […]

The Little Things

The Little Things

Reported by Alyssa Burbank Quite often the small, yet most genuine, moments in life are taken for granted. As people, we often do not treasure the little moments in life that make major impacts on who we are. There are many ways to recognize the things in life that make big changes in your life. […]

The Beginning of the End

The Beginning of the End

Reported by Alyssa Burbank In the final months of high school there are many items that start the realization that the end of school is near. For seniors there are many prom and graduation responsibilities that need to be attended to. Some of the major prom and graduation necessities are the fitting for a cap and gown, dress/tuxedo […]

A Common Senior Cold

A Common Senior Cold

Reported by Alyssa Burbank What is senioritis? How does one overcome it? Both need-to-know questions, and ones about to be answered. Senioritis is a common “disease” caught by seniors in the last few months of their high school career. Some of the symptoms include but are not limited to: lack of motivation, refusing to do homework, missing […]

The Month of Love

The Month of Love

Reported by Alyssa Burbank Everyone has long awaited the arrival of the month that ends January; February. February is a special month for various reasons. This month is one filled with a multitude of holidays as well as special events. Throughout all of February Black History Month will be celebrated. Black History Month is in place […]

All the Holidays

All the Holidays

  Reported by Alyssa Burbank     Although there are numerous holidays celebrated throughout the year, there are also a portion of holidays that are not as well known as Christmas or Mother’s Day. Some of these holidays are celebrated by other religious groups, different communities, or even separate individuals.     Some of these obsolete holidays […]

Dance ’till YouDrop

Dance ’till YouDrop

Esha Soni Dance events in the community as well as a dancers experience. There is no season or certain time do this activity. There can be little or much experience to do it, but no matter what, it always put smiles on faces and takes away the thoughts of tension. Dancing is pretty popular in […]

A Good Fight

A Good Fight

Have you ever worked so hard and still fail? Reported By: Gabriella Stalter Over the weekend of October 27-29, Corning Painted Post High School’s athletic department was involved in high ranking games. Each team went into the weekend with the hope and desire to win, but it didn’t go according to plan. The Boys Varsity […]

Applying for College

Applying for College

Education is the Passport for the Future Reported By: Jaquelle Quenan Among the many stresses of graduating, is not only figuring out what college to attend but also applying. In order to take some of the pressure off this process, here are a few things to know before applying to college. Colleges do look at […]

Bring Your Own Device

Bring Your Own Device

Reported By: Jaquelle Quenan If the school issued laptop is just not cutting it, then there is an alternative option. Bringing a laptop, Android, Windows Surface, iPad tablet, and/or Chromebook is allowed. In order to gain the school’s WiFi and permission to use this device in the school you must pick up a form from […]