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Students torn over controversial net neutrality repeal
Finding value through pain
I Wore the Ugliest Outfit for a Day
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The future is stressful – school should help
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Fatima Kammona, Iowa City West High School

January 12, 2018

Dear reader, I am no longer a teenager, no longer a human, no longer a child of my parents, but instead a machine of society running on a 24-hour clock. I am no longer...

YouTube ‘Rewind’ review: The shape of disappointment

Carol Etzel, Carlisle Area High School

January 11, 2018

This year’s YouTube Rewind, despite being a splash of brightly colored slime and a message of unity, was overall a disappointment. Since 2010, YouTube has released an...

Defined by resilience: one athlete’s journey to recovery

Ria Talukder, Lake Zurich High School

January 11, 2018

Imagine working towards achieving one goal since the beginning of your athletic career. Practicing late after school, canceling plans to better your game, dreaming of making...

Former Laredo man finds worldwide fame as DJ

Edwin Villanueva, Vidal M. Trevino School of Communications and Fine Arts

January 11, 2018

YouTube star and former Laredo resident Martin Garrix never thought one day people around the world would know who he is. “When I was 16 I did Animals, my first single....

Re-Examining Finals

Neelansh Bute, Abhijit Srirangam, Greg Svirnovskiy, Austin Woods, Marquette High School

January 9, 2018

When Leeza Kabbendjian, senior, walked through the doors of MHS for the first time as a freshman, she felt genuine excitement at the thought of tackling a new challenge. However,...

Students torn over controversial net neutrality repeal

Mohini Rye, Sacramento Country Day School

January 5, 2018

High school teacher Sue Nellis kicked off her AP U.S. History class Dec. 14 by returning and then discussing the most recent test. Junior Blake Lincoln was chosen to read...

“Whatever We Give You It’s Never Enough”

Delaney Reh and Geraldine Reh, Patchogue-Medford High School

January 5, 2018

We didn’t learn much about Lady Bird before seeing it. Yeah, I know- we must live under a rock, but it was true. We went into this movie blind, with the exception of the...

Phone pouches only push ‘pause’ on growing problem

Saijleen Chawla, Starr's Mill High School

January 4, 2018

When students enter each classroom, they put their phones in a designated red phone pouch labeled with an assigned number. Many teachers take attendance with the phone count,...

Finding value through pain

Finding value through pain

January 3, 2018

Growing up, if asked what she wanted to be, former Coppell resident Pam Cope did not say a doctor, teacher...

Junior Charles Walsh speaks his way to success

Junior Charles Walsh speaks his way to success

January 2, 2018

Requiring a smooth voice, junior Charles Walsh tries his best to speak into the microphone with poise...

Handing country music back to the pros

Handing country music back to the pros

January 2, 2018

Let’s conduct a social experiment. You game? Don’t worry – it’s nothing hard. In fact, it’s...

Where Are They Now? Samantha Palumbo

Where Are They Now? Samantha Palumbo

December 29, 2017

Members of the Channel 2 Spartan News team may not necessarily see themselves going into the television...

Finding value through pain

Tanya Raghu, Coppell High School

January 3, 2018

Growing up, if asked what she wanted to be, former Coppell resident Pam Cope did not say a doctor, teacher or astronaut. She said a wife and a mother. When she made her...

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Neelansh Bute, Abhijit Srirangam, Greg Svirnovskiy, Austin Woods, Marquette High School

January 9, 2018

When Leeza Kabbendjian, senior, walked through the doors of MHS for the first time as a freshman, she felt genuine excitement at the thought of tackling a new challenge. However,...

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YouTube ‘Rewind’ review: The shape of disappointment

Carol Etzel, Carlisle Area High School

January 11, 2018

This year’s YouTube Rewind, despite being a splash of brightly colored slime and a message of unity, was overall a disappointment. Since 2010, YouTube has released an...

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Former Laredo man finds worldwide fame as DJ

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Fatima Kammona, Iowa City West High School

January 12, 2018

Dear reader, I am no longer a teenager, no longer a human, no longer a child of my parents, but instead a machine of society running on a 24-hour clock. I am no longer...

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Defined by resilience: one athlete’s journey to recovery

Ria Talukder, Lake Zurich High School

January 11, 2018

Imagine working towards achieving one goal since the beginning of your athletic career. Practicing late after school, canceling plans to better your game, dreaming of making...

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Neighborly jest becomes social media lesson

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