Monthly Archives: June 2013

Martha Kaser: Senior Opinion

I’ve been thinking a lot about my early childhood lately. It was a beautiful time. My parents did everything for me, it was all play and no work, and everything was so simple and fun. The summers were so much … Continue reading

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Colin Cogan: Senior Opinion

                Traveling the halls of this maze like school was once an intimidating thought for me my freshmen year. The student population was so large and everything was new. The world had become a large place entering Jackson High school … Continue reading

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Taking Chances

Take a chance. You have heard it all your life but never really knew what it meant. But when a opportunity comes your way and you are not sure of which way to go or just want to stay in … Continue reading

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Senior Feature: AJ Ennis

Involved, enthusiastic, and motivated are just a few of the words used to describe senior AJ Ennis. Whether she is running cross country, playing in the marching band, or participating in student government, National Honors Society (NHS), Senior Advisory, and … Continue reading

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Senior Feature: Lauren Genthner

For senior Lauren Genthner high school has been a breeze. While being involved in band, theatre, The National Honors Society, and Color Guard, Genthner has consistently been a good role model and leader.                 Genthner has made lots of great … Continue reading

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Pro-life Posters Spark School Debate

Recently, discussion has risen on the topic of abortion. Students For Life, a student club at Jackson High, forms the pro-life side of the debate. Though there is no formal pro-choice club, many students have voiced their support of the … Continue reading

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