Amid the current situation regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19), Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb directed to close all dine-in restaurants beginning at 2:30 p.m. Monday, March 16. The regulation was put into place in order to decrease the amount of social interaction occurring between people and to reduce the number of people gathered in the same space […]
Normally, when one buys a ticket to watch a horror movie, they are expecting blood, gore and guts. As I walked into the movie to watch The Turning, directed by Floria Sigismondi, I had no idea what to expect. The only prior notion I had about what the movie was from the trailer on television, […]
Who doesn’t love a good game of some friendly competition? While some students use competition in the classroom as a motivation to excel in their work, others see it as a negative aspect. Competition can be seen everywhere throughout the modern world, from college acceptance to commercial success regarding the business world. Competitiveness in the […]
By Sadie Fugate President – Jaiden Herald Vice President – Alek Babbs Secretary – Jenna Buckner Treasurer – Shirley Witt Reporter – Brianna Herald Sentinel – Madyson Richey Historian – Brinley Soloe Parlimentarian – Sam Everett Chaplin – Hannah Smith
By Rita NicholsonT Tess of the Road resounds with a message of endurance, and surprisingly enough, I had to use that lesson to get through this book. Tess of the Road, by Rachel Hartman, is about a young girl, Tess, who runs away from her home when her family threatens to send her to a […]
By Sadie Fugate According to pop culture, movies, TV shows, and music, high school is supposed to be a time of newfound freedom and revelation for young adolescents. It is supposed to be a time where young adults learn how to reason on their own and learn how to be responsible for their own actions. […]
By Alivia Lytle Women, children and families are all on the path to a free country but are not prepared for what to expect. Thousands of immigrants are traveling by foot to America for the chance of a better life. There have been chances of disease and injury, but these immigrants are taking that risk.
By Rita Nicholson It’s not easy to hate people when they’re simply only human. The 57 Bus, by Dashka Slater, resonates with this message. In Oakland, California, Sasha and Richard are riding the bus after school when Richard sets Sasha’s skirt on fire. The book shows that even though Richard committed a wrongful act, he’s […]
By Baylee Comer Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Crimes of Grindelwald was the second installment in the Fantastic Beasts movie series. This movie picked up about six months after the first set in 1927, continuing on with the story of Newt Scamander, played by Eddie Redmayne, and the other characters including Gellert […]
By Sadie Fugate One of the most pressing topics in today’s society is the idea of parenting and how it should be done. These days, this process is much different from what it was 50, or even 30, years ago. Modern parenting consists of so many other factors that parenting a generation ago did not […]
C As students huddled in classrooms, Drama Club members participated in the simulations with first responders. They portrayed victims of the school shooting. Yearbook editor, Izzy Myszak, was allowed to shadow Greg Ramoni, event coordinator, throughout the exercise. Some of her pictures are shown below.
In the past week, the Warriorette cross country team has competed in two races. One of which was a huge race that they had never ran in before, and the other was a familiar meet. On Saturday, Sept. 1, the team ran in the Columbus North Classic meet. This was the biggest race they had […]
By Sadie Fugate From Louisiana cooking to southern hospitality, Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen has made its way to southern Indiana. Popeyes made its debut in Scottsburg on Aug. 20, offering a new and refreshing menu, rather than just burgers and fries. I had never had Popeyes before until I went with a few friends the day […]
By Ally Justice On Monday, May 21st, the Totem Staff and Booster Staff joined together to celebrate their year. Eight seniors received their honor cords for being enrolled in the Quill & Scroll International Honor Society, which included Haley Bryant, Pamela Graham, Skylar Gross, Megan Johnson, Megan Rosemeyer, Shelby Sandlin, Abby Shuler and Samantha Soto.
By Ally Justice Bright and early on Saturday, May 19, Ultimate Frisbee teams came to compete for the title of champions. The idea to have this tournament was brought up by Soccer Coach, Swim Coach and Spanish Teacher Brandon Jerrell. It served as a fundraiser for the boys soccer team and the profit would come […]