Campus Life

Tip of the ‘Cap’ to Mario Odyssey

Tip of the ‘Cap’ to Mario Odyssey

By Andrew Rolland and Emma Raney The new Nintendo Switch comes with a plethora of new and improved games. One that has joined the roster is Mario Odyssey, an open world platformer; polished and great fun for the whole family. The player’s character is Mario (and the...

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‘Spring Fling’ Dance Set for March 3

By Brianna Beamer For the first time in over a decade, White Oak Middle School is planning a ‘Spring Fling' dance. The Student Council set the official date for March 3 at 6 p.m. The cost for tickets is $3 each.  The dance will include a selfie booth with props,...

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Redden Helps Students Become Passionate About Learning

Redden Helps Students Become Passionate About Learning

By Madison Balboa While growing up Maranda Redden was very confident about her idea to open a gym. She was big on fitness and passionate about a future as a personal trainer.  But later in life another path opened for her and she decided to study education at Stephen...

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King’s Legacy Continues to Promote Change

King’s Legacy Continues to Promote Change

By Garrett Cook "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character." Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  Dr. King impacted people from every walk of life,...

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There’s No Time Like SNOW Time

There’s No Time Like SNOW Time

Sidney and Meredith Anderson show off their snowman. Karson Lott Emma Raney took this photo through the car window. There is a house over to the left. Ashlyn and Kennedy Eynon Angie Lobue  enjoys sledding at the intermediate school. Madison...

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