Written by Mackenzie Devlin Most people probably think birds are not a very intelligent species, but it turns out they are actually quite smart. These animals can adapt to new climates and environments very quickly, and they can also travel very long distances in search of food and other resources. Crows, which are considered to … Continue reading Birds: what you may not know
Written by Lindsey Gietl As quarantine stretches on it can become more and more difficult to stay in control of your routine and, more importantly, your mental health. This process we are going through is incredibly traumatic for the human brain. Parts of our brain that are not being used during this time have shut … Continue reading Mental health at home
Written by Sidney Harney With the extra free time we have now, many of us have taken up new hobbies like skateboarding, making friendship bracelets or possibly even doing chores. Yes, we are that bored. If you are now beginning to run out of fun things to do, I recommend baking or cooking. You do … Continue reading Cream-filled strawberry recipe
Written by Emily Hartman Since quarantine started, my dog has always had someone at home with her. That’s good for her because she’s needy and if we leave her for even a second, she loses her mind. My dog is closest to me and now I can’t leave the house without her attacking me when … Continue reading How dogs are enjoying quarantine
Written by Paige Oschwald If you are anything like me, you spend an excessive amount of time making and listening to Spotify playlists. Thanks to my recent abundance of free time at the expense of social interaction, I have been spending more time than usual organizing my account and picking up a few tips to … Continue reading How to organize your Spotify account
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
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
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!
Written by Paige Oschwald Are you tired of flavorless, still water? If you are anything like me, you may have trouble remembering to stay hydrated with boring, room-temperature, so instead of sticking with plain water, I enjoy sparkling, flavored water. A word of caution, however: while these flavored waters may be sugar-free, many still contain … Continue reading Stay hydrated with this flavored treat!
Written by Mackenzie Devlin Every year, there is a three-point contest for the girls basketball regional. Four players from each team in the regional can participate in this event. For the Springfield High girls basketball team, Kenzey Decker, Mackenzie Devlin, Shay Doty and Samantha Magalis participated in the contest. Three other schools in that regional … Continue reading Three-point contest results