By: Lacee Getter, Becca Spilka, Hayley Younginer
The flipping of scripts, costume changes, teamwork, and standing ovations. It’s the first meeting of the year and there’s a great deal of anticipation for this year’s brand new drama club.
“We’re starting a club this year that allows anyone in the school to be involved. We’re going to plan events, and do fundraisers, and have fun exploring theatre,” Drama Club sponsor Jessica Fichter said.
By Raleigh Norris, Carina Leaman, Maddie Mason
Watching the clock near noon, there is only one thought on students’ minds: lunch.
The bell rings. Students race to lunch hoping to get a good spot in line so they can quickly eat, but when they get there, they find themselves standing in the middle of the lunch room. It’s absolutely ridiculous
By: Abby Beauregard, Jacob Sprankle and Josh Imholte
The girls varsity tennis team has high hopes for the 2014 season. Despite a close round of matches with TL Hannah at state last year, the team wasn’t able to pull off a victory.
With five of the twelve girls on the team being seniors, the team knows it’s go big or go home this year.
Jacob Sprankle and Josh Imholte
With the beginning of the school year, the nostalgic Friday nights return with their ever so familiar sea of green and silver, the electric sounds of cheering and screaming, and the homey and refreshing atmosphere that is Dutch Fork football.
The Dutch Fork High School Silver Foxes played their first game of the season against the Greenwood High School Eagles. With the success that the team had last year, students hope that their luck will continue.
By: Eddie Bates and Robin Hendricks
Halls fill with bleary-eyed, stumbling zombies lugging backpacks half their size. They move together in the same synchronized sluggish pace to classes they may have had a chance to arrive on time to if it weren’t for the blocked artery this school calls a stairwell.
It’s 8:15 a.m. and ain’t nobody got time for this.
One would assume that the highest rated public school in the state of South Carolina would be able to find a way to fit all their students comfortably into the school. But no, apparently not. At least not now.