Last weekend was Springfield High’s Sadie Hawkins dance. The informal dance is between the two big dances of the year, Homecoming and Prom. This dance is slightly different than your normal high school dance. This includes the process of asking someone and the attire. Here is how Sadie Hawkins is unique. For your normal high … Continue reading All about Sadies
On Feb. 13, two Springfield High School Students competed in the Regional Poetry Out Loud competition at the Hoogland Center for the Arts. Seniors Joy Brown and Katie George represented SHS as the winners of the school competition and presented their poems. Joy, who placed third overall, will be an alternate representative for the Central … Continue reading SHS represents at Poetry Out Loud
Written by Priya Patel The most beloved and dreaded holiday for all couples is tomorrow, February 14, Valentine’s Day. It seems that every year, more and more couples have been giving extravagant gifts and big romantic gestures. From expensive cars to beautiful proposals, Valentine’s Day always brings out the “extra” gene in people. While some … Continue reading Is Valentine’s day worth it?
Photo from Braxena Eurasiers If you’re anything like me you probably didn't know that an Eurasier is a dog breed. Eurasiers originated in Germany when Julius Wipfel and his wife Elfriede went on a quest to find the perfect family companion. They crossed a Chow Chow and a Wolfspitz to create and Wolf Chow. It … Continue reading Know your breed: Eurasier
Written by Paige Oschwald Have you ever wondered where the holiday of love came from? While the complete history is a little messy (and gruesome), there is evidence the holiday started gaining popularity around the Middle Ages. Valentine’s Day is commonly thought of as a holiday to celebrate the execution of St. Valentine--kind of morbid, … Continue reading Origin of Valentine’s day
Written by Lindsey Gietl As a teen in this day in age with newer technology it is easier for parents to track their teens every move and what they do on their phone. But as these new advances come out the question arises, is it a large invasion of privacy? The first thing to look … Continue reading Technology diminishes trust?
Written by Mackenzie Devlin Valentine´s Day is meant to celebrate romantic love with your partner. Many people are single for this celebration and have nobody to celebrate it with. If you are someone that is celebrating this holiday for couples alone well I have ideas that you can do. Going on dates alone instead if … Continue reading Single date ideas