The Hardest of All Goodbyes

The Hardest of All Goodbyes

“Netflix is so much better than going out and pretending to like people” Reported by: Jaquelle Quenan Spending an entire weekend endlessly watching Netflix can be extremely consuming. But every once and awhile when looking up a movie or tv show, “title’s related to” pops up. This means that what is being searched for is […]

Preparing for the Test

Preparing for the Test

Reported By: Gabriella Stalter Have you ever had a test that was so big, you didn’t know where to start? Know all the secrets and details to be successful on your SAT. The SAT is a Scholastic Aptitude Test, that can either help or hinder someone from getting into the college of their dreams. Not […]

Safe Zone

Safe Zone

People of the Lgbt+ community deserve to feel safe. Reported By: El Aiosa To some people, going out in public is a place where you despise going. Although to some people, the public is where they are most happy. Whether you hate or love going out, you should always feel safe. For some people feeling […]

The Wish

The Wish

 Have you ever had a wish? Has it ever come true? Reported By: Gabriella Stalter The sole purpose of the Make a Wish Foundation is to grant wishes. According to the official Make a Wish Foundation website, they believe a wish is a game-changer. “This one belief guides us and inspires us to grant wishes that […]

Never Judge a Book by its Cover

Never Judge a Book by its Cover

What building has the most stories? The library does; around 16000 to be exact. Reported by: Justine King   Most people assume a library is just full of old books and even older librarians, well that isn’t true for Corning Painted Post High school. This school has a grand library with plenty of books to go […]

20 in 20

20 in 20

Reported by: Jaquelle Quenan No one ever gets fed up scoring goals      On September 14th Owego stepped off their bus onto the Hawks turf ready to face the Corning girls soccer team. Ambition and nerves radiated off each team. The announcer called out the starting lineups, each name causing an uproar from the bleachers […]

The Breakfast Club and More

The Breakfast Club and More

Reported by: Alyssa Burbank Clubs are an important part of any school. They help students find what they are passionate about, they give students opportunities to do things they couldn’t do without the clubs, and they allow students to learn about the things they love doing. There are a wide variety of clubs for students to […]

What Students Need to Succeed

What Students Need to Succeed

Reported by: Alyssa Burbank With each new school year comes new responsibilities. Students must take on exceedingly harder tasks as each year passes, but there’s always an easier way to get through it all. Students cope with the hardships of high school in many different ways. Some students write organized lists, some set goals, some […]

First Day Outfits

First Day Outfits

Reported by: Isabella Wray The first day of school can be very nerve-wracking for many different reasons. Maybe its “oh my gosh who am i going to sit with at lunch?!” or “I hope I don’t get lost.” but for many people it is “What am I going to wear on the first day of […]

Your Hair Is So 3 Millenniums Ago

Your Hair Is So 3 Millenniums Ago

Reported by El Aiosa So you thought your hair was a new trend? Well think again. Dying your hair has been around since the days of Ancient Egypt! The Egyptians would dabble with changing their hair up. They would use to shave off their hair, dye it using a reddish color called henna, indigo, saffron […]