Written by Brooke Thompson Right now, most of us are contemplating whether we should continue to be on our phones or take a nap. These are the two daily pleasures that are filling up our lives as we have been on a break from school or work. The coronavirus has caused an immense change in … Continue reading Unique ways to relieve boredom
With the Coronavirus cancelling events left and right, the staff of The Senator has taken matters into our own hands. When the NCAA cancelled the famous March Madness basketball tournament, we chose to make our own bracket and put varieties of America’s favorite snack food head to head. The newsroom was full of chips and … Continue reading March Madness: chip edition
Written by Lilly Wright It’s that time of year when seniors are scrambling to decide which college to go to and on top of that, figure out financial aid and scholarship options. Around 20% of students last year did not apply for financial aid or scholarships, and 44% of which did not do so because … Continue reading Weird scholarships
According to Punxsutawney Phil, spring is coming early this year, which means baseball season is on the horizon. Major League Baseball’s spring training is the preseason fun both players and fans benefit. There are several reasons why spring training for MLB excites fans just as much as the regular season. Spring training is a series … Continue reading Spring training
On Mar. 8, Springfield held their annual women’s march. Many people of various backgrounds attended, showing up to show their support for equality and share ideas. Numerous students from Springfield High School attended, along with younger children and older people, proving how equality is for women of all ages. Katie George, an SHS senior, said … Continue reading Women’s march rundown
If you have a big family, getting together can be interesting. My dad is one of seven and everyone has at least two kids, some even have four. My oldest cousin also has two kids. It can get a little crazy. No one has a house big enough to fit us all so we always … Continue reading Parties with big families
Written by Lindsey Gietl Being kind is one of the best things to be in life. You never really realize how much a few words of a nice gesture can do for someone. Being a nice person can get you so much more in life than being mean and judgemental to people. It is important … Continue reading Happiness is an act away!