Monday, May 16, 2016

Don’t Worry, Be Happy: 15 Steps to Staying Physically and Mentally Healthy This Summer by Peighton Noel

   Staying healthy over the summer is a hot topic. Everyone wants that “summer body”, but no one wants to put in the work to get it. Here are fifteen steps to get you feeling good about yourself this summer!

Summer Vacation Places To Be, Things To Do by Hunter Dickerson

“I am going to Florida for two weeks. We are going to stay on the beach and I am going to learn how to boogey board,” senior Abbey Collester said. 
   Summer Break is a time to do all the things you wanted to do in the school year but were unable to due to an overload of work and a lack of time. Now that school is almost out, students will finally have the time to have fun and relax.

Friday, May 13, 2016

Summer Jobs by Sarah Gray

The time of year has come where every high school student is trying to figure out how they are going to spend their summer. Although the idea of sleeping this break away is appealing, sophomore Maddie Sussman has something more productive in mind: a job.


In a column written by Georgia Jeffries recently printed by the Mooresville High School Pulse Newspaper, I failed to include that fireworks could not be set off this year at football games because of the new turf football, due to the fact that it is flammable. Sorry for the confusion!

-Georgia Jeffries

Safe is Great by Georgia Jeffries

  Disappearance, and sexual assault have become a common thing to see on the news in this day and age, especially on college campuses. With perpetrators secretly giving their victims date rape drugs, feeding them alcohol, and stalking their victims to know at which points of the day they are most vulnerable, college campuses could be considered almost a hunting ground for predators.

The Morgan County Humane Society by Michaela Blessing

Walking in is a bright colored, loud room. People are walking in with either smiles on their face, or tears running down them.
The Morgan County Humane Society is located in Martinsville, Indiana and has been around since the 1970s. It was founded and started by two women and a van. But I guess everyone has to start somewhere, right?

Students Stressing by Erin Phillips

 With school coming to a close, many students are on edge. Seniors are graduating, juniors are preparing for their futures, sophomores have many tests, and freshman are struggling with the intense change from middle school testing to high school testing.