by Austin Zmolek
You see those commercials of starving children that are nothing but skin and bones. No home to live in. No food to eat. No education. No protection. No opportunities at fulfilling their dreams and living a life that they love. Don’t you want to help them?
Each year, the Jamesville-DeWitt High School students have an opportunity of a lifetime, provided by a Christian youth church group called Young Life, to visit El Salvador, a country that has many disadvantaged townspeople. The local...READ >>
by August Kissel and Julia Skeval
The apocalypse is coming! Or not. The Mayan calendar comes to a halt on Dec. 21, 2012, leading many to believe the world will end. Students at Jamesville-DeWitt High School give their input on...READ >>
by Mopati Kuswani
For seniors, the approaching holidays mean its time look to colleges to attend after their high school career. This time is jam-packed with essays to write, counselors to talk to, transcripts and...READ >>
by Morgan Sawyer
In the wee hours of Nov. 7, the final electoral college results came in and a winner was decided. By a gaping margin of 332 to 206 electoral votes, President Barack Obama was re-elected. Millions...READ >>
by Chloe Drescher and Dori Bergman
Jamesville-DeWitt High School’s Semi-Formal was originally planned to be on Dec. 21 of 2012, scheduled conveniently on the day that the world was predicted to end. The sophomore class officers...READ >>
by Kallen Prosak
With all the hype of a hurricane hitting New York, Jamesville-DeWitt High School students were expecting Sandy to do more damage to our part of the state.
“The news blew everything out of...READ >>