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French club meets for the first time this year. The turnout was better than expected with 28 students attending. Pictured here is senior Logan Onken, and senior Avery Hoge at the first French club meeting this year.

French club starts again with new motives for the year

Sara J. Norton, Photography Editor and Public Relations Editor October 22, 2021

French club is starting up again. This year it will be a student-led organization by seniors Avery Hoge and Logan Onken. With new leadership comes new perspectives, goals and experiences for the year. French...

Senior captain Kyra Kellogg, senior Tommy White, and junior Ava Roots are in a debate team meeting. They are listening to coach Corey Quick discuss the topic for the first three tournaments.

Debate team prepares for upcoming season

Ava Stein, Graphics and Online Editor October 20, 2021

"We're outside of the virtual environment. We had a ton of new novice debaters show up," debate coach Corey Quick said. While helping the novices get into the swing of things, returning members of the...

The girls lacrosse team decorates Tremblays Candy Store on Sunday before homecoming. This helps spread pony pride throughout the city.

Student Council plans Paint the Town Red, prepares for homecoming

Lauren Guinee, Business Editor and Copy Editor October 7, 2021

Student Council painted the town red to raise awareness of Homecoming week. Students traveled to local businesses around the area the weekend prior to Homecoming. They decorated the windows with the hope...

Doug Long, HOSA advisor and health science teacher with junior Shania Youssef. Both will be contributors to the HOSA club.

HOSA club opens up for students

Bella Godfrey, Graphics Editor and Online Editor-In-Chief October 5, 2021

A new Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) club has just started up for students. The club is geared towards young adults looking to go into a career in the medical field. In this club, they...

The cast of illuminations choreographing ‘Beautiful City’ before recording it for the first time. During the pandemic the Stillwater theatre department continues to thrive.

Stillwater theatre comes out with new musical medley

Rachel Palmer, Layout Editor May 31, 2021

An empty theatre is an empty heart. The Stillwater theatre department has been surviving during COVID-19 and now are producing a show called Illumination where half of it is video and half of it is recorded...

Sophomore Jawhn Cockfield with his first kill on Addie DeMars during war at Stillwater Public Works, on April 9.  Adding to the 69 recorded kills in the first two days.

Safety of Stillwater’s Annual Nerf War

Harper Estenson, Podcast Reporter May 28, 2021

This year's annual Stillwater Nerf War started on April 8. With the first kill from junior Alazar Jamal on senior Anthony Toscano at 11 p.m., by April 10 there had been 69 recorded kills, 20 of which had...

Junior Trent Tilletts 2009 Toyota Tacoma DCSB TRDOR 4X4 posing in the sunshine.

Stilly Media hosts car meet in Hudson

Jayden Leach, Playlist Reporter May 3, 2021

As the snow melts, the car community comes out of its winter hibernation and is starting to plan meets. Stilly Media, a student-run group, is hosting a car meet in Hudson on May 15th. More meets will also...

This photo was taken Oct. 5, 2019 during a Peer Helper retreat. Assistant Principal Chris Otto teamed with a group of peer helpers for a team building scavenger hunt. They found themselves trapped in a golf cart.

Peer helpers still offer support during COVID-19

Olivia Fear, Copy Editor April 30, 2021

This year, the Peer Helpers have to do things quite differently due to COVID-19. Peer helpers are available to help other students throughout the school year. They are willing to help students by listening,...

Stephanie Nord, the advisor for the stillwater math league, holds up a team T-shirt in the classroom where they normally meet. Due to COVID-19 the team did not print out new shirts for the 2020-21 season.

Math League prepares for new season after slowed by COVID-19

Drew Jurek, Print Editor-in-Chief April 28, 2021

After quarantine complicated recruitment and forced their season to be done remotely, the Math League is making plans to rebuild in a post-COVID-19 world. Math Leagues are teams that play in large competitions...

The local coffee shop, Dunn Bros Coffee, is a great place to meet with friends and reconnect.

Coffee shops make it possible to see friends during quarantine

Julianna Silva, Copy Editor March 19, 2021

Seeing friends or family and having social connections is more important than one may think. Even though there is a pandemic, it is still possible to see friends and family over Zoom or in a local coffee...

This piece titled Cubs by senior Joey Lin Silverson won a silver key at the 2021 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Scholastic annually hosts the awards to give creative teens recognition and scholarships.

Four students receive recognition for their artwork

Elaina Mankowski , Layout Editor-in-Chief March 18, 2021

Every year Scholastic holds the ‘Scholastic Art and Writing Awards’ for creative teens to submit artwork and creative writing. The submitted pieces are looked at by leaders in literary and visual arts...

 Myth is usually where Prom is held every year, but will not likely be there this year due to safety precautions.

Due to COVID 19, prom open to seniors only

Olivia Fear, Copy Editor March 18, 2021

This year, prom will look quite different because it will only be for seniors, which has never happened before. Prom will not take place until the end of May, but students are apprehensive about what to...

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