by Samantha Harrington
What they serve for school lunches doesn’t make the list of favorite meals for the students at Jamesville-DeWitt High School. The lunch students in the cafeteria buy are probably not the first time this food was intended for purchase. On the contrary, you could be purchasing leftovers from the previous day. Day one could have been chili, day two the chili leftovers now are on top of spaghetti. That doesn’t sound too appetizing now, does it?
Being in school from 7:45 a.m. to 2:15 p.m....READ >>
by Allie Healy
“Allie, our flight was cancelled.”
It was Wednesday afternoon and I sat in the passenger seat of a car that belonged to the brother of my boyfriend, with my phone to my ear and my mouth...READ >>
by Brianna Suslovic
At the cusp of the new year, Lake Superior State University listed the most useless buzzwords of 2009 in the oh-so-prestigious “List of Words Banished from the Queen’s English for Mis-use, Over-use...READ >>
by Dan Distefano
Chances are you have glanced over at your classmate and caught him looking down into his lap or onto the floor. You’ve wondered what could be so interesting about the white cubic tile design. Then,...READ >>
by Priya Gupta and Nicasha Martin
It’s February. The second marking period and the first semester are over. College applications are finally finished and mid-year grades are being finalized to be sent out to the schools.
by Bashee Shawl
On Christmas Day 2009, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, a Nigerian terrorist, tried igniting an explosive in his pants on a United States airplane near Detroit. He failed and was subdued by his fellow...READ >>