Half Days, Full Happiness

Half Days, Full Happiness

By:Esha Soni Students opinions on half day and what they do during their free time.   It is officially that time of year where half days have come. Even though, we have to wake up early for school, we get to leave it four hours earlier.   Siobhan Stone, a sophomore said, “I love half […]

Just Yearbook’n

Just Yearbook’n

By: Esha Soni Students experience on being part of the yearbook team. Yearbook, many think it is tiring work and others think it is a great way to escape the real world. Believe it or not, the yearbook has an important role in our school. The yearbook team snaps shots and keeps special memories for […]

To Kneel or Not to Kneel

To Kneel or Not to Kneel

Reported By: Gabriella Stalter If you had the opportunity, would you stand up for, or rather kneel, for what you believe in.   Players of the NFL are overwhelming the media with their “voice.” Last year, former NFL Quarterback, of the San Francisco 49ers, Colin Kaepernick took the action of kneeling down during the national […]

Cabaret

Cabaret

Reported by: Jaquelle Quenan      Students walk the halls everyday with astonishing talents stored away. Many are unaware of the gifts that their peers possess. Usually they are not given the opportunity to reveal it. It is unbelievable how many people have the ability to sing, dance, draw, etc but hone it in. This […]

Nightmare in Las Vegas

Nightmare in Las Vegas

Reported By: Gabriella Stalter Anguished Citizen or Home-Grown Terrorist? This year’s Route 91 Harvest Festival was held on Sunday, October 1st, in Las Vegas. While a crowd of 22,000 people filled their night with music and festivity; another man began climbing a 32 floor high hotel building, to get a glimpse of the festival across […]

The Untraceable Tradition

The Untraceable Tradition

Reported by: Jaquelle Quenan   Homecoming is a time to dress up and spend the night dancing. Events like football games and pep rallies get everyone in the spirit prior to the dance. For some, this is the most exciting part of the start of the school year. But does anyone really know how this […]

The Real Wineglass Winners

The Real Wineglass Winners

Girls tennis teams giving back to the community by cheering on runners. By: Esha Soni On October 1st, 2017, the Corning Hawks Tennis team volunteered at the Wineglass Marathon by distributing water and encouraging the runners to finish strong. The team helped from 8am till early afternoon.  

-itarian diet?

-itarian diet?

What are you? Reported by: El Aiosa There is a large variety of diets all across the world. Some diets are for health benefits, and some are just personal preference. There are around 7 common diets all around the world. There is Meatatarian, Pescetarian, Flexitarian, Vegetarian, Vegan, Raw Vegan, Macrobiotic. Meatatarian is the most common […]

Pierce the Skin.

Pierce the Skin.

Newest band across the world, pierce the flesh Reported By: Justine King   For people who follow the more simple or traditional lifestyle have become mind blown by all the teenagers inserting metal into their fleshy being, also known as the common term piercings. To the elder age group, displaying metal as accessories is often […]

Positive and Negatives Of Open Campus

Positive and Negatives Of Open Campus

Is there really a negative in getting to leave school? Reported by: Jaquelle Quenan After years of watching the upperclassmen sign out of the Attendance Office and drive away for however many periods they have off, it is finally the Seniors turn. Open Campus is something that has been wanted since it was made aware […]