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Pep Rally adds excitement to the school week

screen-shot-2016-09-23-at-12-59-05-pmStory by Trey Martin and Warner Otto, photo by Caleb Hanna

 

As students head through the halls on their way to the year’s first pep rally, a pleasant vibe fills the air. The costumes, sweaters, and thrifty clothes worn by the student body throughout the week built up an eagerness that reached its pinnacle with the school-wide gathering, getting students excited for the football team’s first region home game against Westwood. Continue reading “Pep Rally adds excitement to the school week”

Acting out: a profile on Jessica Fichter

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Story by Zakiya Austin and Destiny White, photo by Zakiya Austin

The Dutch Fork theatre program is a laid back set of courses that prepare students for performance based careers or just provide personal enjoyment.
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GSA, a judge free environment for LGBT teens

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Story by Sam Aaron, Chyna Wallace, Hannah Wright, photo from WikiMedia

The Gay Straight Alliance club meets in Room 244 every A-day Wednesday after school.  The club intends to tackle issues with improper treatment of LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) teens. Continue reading “GSA, a judge free environment for LGBT teens”

Book vs. movie: Me Before You

Story by Justice Nawman and Lindsay Long

What if everything you thought you knew disappeared forever? What if your whole life was changed in an instant? In Jojo Moyes’ young-adult romance novel, Me Before You, the questions that arise soon become a reality for the main protagonist, Will Traynor. Once a successful businessman, Will is severely injured in a traffic accident, confining him to a wheelchair for the rest of his life and limiting mobility of his arms and legs. Continue reading “Book vs. movie: Me Before You”

Tennis starts off the season with a swing

29648998776_d416a420d1_bStory by Warner Otto and Trey Martin, photo by GoFlashWin

With summer ending and the school year beginning, that means the start of the girls tennis season. The girls used this past summer to prepare for the competition. Continue reading “Tennis starts off the season with a swing”

Spirit Week, 9-19-16, Super Hero Super Villan day

Fox Focus

img_9629Story by Lindsay Long and Justice Nawman, photo by Lindsay Long

With class periods 90 minutes long, students often want time during the day to relax and not worry about finishing book work, or listening to a teacher give a lecture. In previous years, there was a designated 20 minutes during third block for students to talk to their friends if they wanted to and be productive and finish whatever schoolwork they had for that particular day. This year, there has been a change. Continue reading “Fox Focus”

Cross Country runs into new season

img_9943Story by Warner Otto and Trey Martin, photo by Robert Sawyer

As the Cross Country season begins, training and preparation becomes a priority for upcoming meets. The Cross Country team’s motivation and determination increase as they prepare. Continue reading “Cross Country runs into new season”

Rumors of clown rock the state

31xp-clown-master768Story by Chyna Wallace, Sam Aaron, and Hannah Wright, photo from New York Times

 

On the edge of the woods in South Carolina and North Carolina, there have been reports of creepy clowns trying to lure children into the cover of the trees.

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