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Covid-19 Cramps Summer Style

Shutdowns, travel bans, and worries over safety impacted students' summer plans
Sydney Savage, Assistant Editor October 28, 2020

Summer—a time when the stress of school and responsibility are put to a halt and students are able to relax. This past summer was a bit less carefree considering the impact Covid-19 had on so many people.  With...

Mural in Seattle Washington by bmartinseattle from pixbay

Students Participate In Black Lives Matter Protests

Protests in Raleigh over the death of George Floyd drew students into the capital city
Meghan Keith, Online Editor October 28, 2020

When the death of George Floyd broke mainstream news, Americans were outraged. For months Floyd’s name filled news headlines, social media pages and twitter hashtags. The incident sparked calls for change...

Students Set Up Their Virtual Workstations

Students Set Up Their Virtual Workstations

Kensley Hamm, Co-Editor in Chief September 10, 2020

Virtual learning is not the same experience for any student. There are many small details that change what each person goes through, including their classes, workload and, finally, their workstation.  With...

Artist Creates Butterfly Mural to Reflect Town

Chris Steg, Video Reporter February 12, 2020

One of the molds featured on the Superior Tooling company website.

Aspiring Engineers Leave Campus for the Real World

Sydney Howard and Paige Hederick January 4, 2020

Members of the Construction and Design Academy who are enrolled in David Sander's Engineering and Design class ventured from classroom to reality Oct. 24 to see the field of engineering in action. Students...

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What are Students Thankful for this Holiday Season?

Jessica Klarman, Video Editor November 25, 2019

Feelings of gratefulness have poured over into different themes of friends, family and life’s many filling opportunities for students this holiday season. A common theme amongst our peers was feeling...

New Day, New State

New Day, New State

Senior Kendall Bland spent a month traveling the country with a group that she met for the first time upon departing for the trip.`
Emma Lewis, Editor-In Chief November 12, 2019

This summer, senior Kendall Bland had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel to 21 states in 23 days with a group of complete strangers. Bland drove throughout the west in three vans with 41 teenagers...

McKenna Priebe Competes in State-wide Equestrian Competition

McKenna Priebe Competes in State-wide Equestrian Competition

Sophia Simmons November 7, 2019

SONC Equestrian Story By: Sophia Simmons Senior McKenna Priebe is not only a student, but a competitive equestrian rider who competed at the Special Olympics North Carolina Equestrian competition...

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