Earth day, the Green New Deal, and Wisconsin’s carbon “hoof prints”

Claire Gelhaus, Editor

May 17, 2019

 Earth Day was started by Wisconsin senator Gaylord Nelson, and as many posted vacation pictures and urged others to create change, New York state Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez’ Green New Deal became relevant once again.   Ne...

What not to wear, how administration decides

Morgan Koehler, Editor

May 7, 2019

“I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.” While often misattributed to the French philosopher Voltaire, Evelyn Beatrice Hall created this phrase in “The Friends of Voltaire” t...

Invisible illnesses: debilitating, yet unseen symptoms

Heather Voll, Editor

April 4, 2019

Invisible illnesses are just what they sound like: an illness that a person has, but it can not be known by just looking at them. Invisible illnesses are issues such as food allergies, lyme disease, and digestive issues. D. C. Eve...

Where are they now: Mr. Muraski

Jameson Morgan, Reporter

March 21, 2019

  Mr. Muraski, a well-loved teacher for a long time at D. C. Everest Senior High, retired last year. Life without school, without bells and students walking into his classroom throughout the day is a transition for Muraski, b...

Success in school tied to positive staff, student relationships

Samuel Davisson, Reporter

February 5, 2019

  Students at D.C. Everest Senior High School, or any high school for that matter, are going to have different views of their teachers, classes, and school administration.   In an ideal world, all students would get along well with t...

Thrift shopping rises in popularity

Amber Marten, Editor

February 1, 2019

  Would you rather, buy a name brand shirt for twenty dollars, or the same brand name shirt for five?   This kind of question is a no brainer. Teens and young adults are becoming more aware of the convenience of thrift ...

Eating disorders: know the signs

Claire Gelhaus, Editor

February 1, 2019

In the United States, 20 million women and 10 million men will suffer from an eating disorder at some point in their lives, according to the National Eating Disorder Association, or             NEDA. This can include anorexia, buli...

Some students balance school, work to provide financially for family

Amber Marten, Editor

December 13, 2018

  ALICE, or Asset Limited, Income, Constrained, Employed, is a program run by United Way Wisconsin, which helps financially struggling families get back on track. According to United Way of Wisconsin, 55,147 households in Marathon c...

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