Band trip cut short

Kayla Johnson, Reporter

April 13, 2020

While rumors of schools and businesses closing were exploding back home in Wisconsin, over a hundred DC Everest students were enjoying their time in Florida at Universal and Disney World. I was one of those students, a consis...

Leap year brings unique birthday tradition

Sadie West, Reporter

March 17, 2020

  Imagine showing someone a document when you start a new job, going to the DMV, or having someone see a little factual bio about your life. One thing is constantly noticed, and everyone instantly has comments to make about it....

Test Anxiety Rises

Morgan Koehler, Editor

January 31, 2020

   For some students, tests are the bane of their academic experience. Once a test is placed before them, they get choked up with anxiety and often do badly on the test.     The percentage of students who are affected with moderate ...

Art, Music, and Technology

Khiana Bradshaw, Reporter

January 17, 2020

The importance, meaning, and ways that Art and Music are being done is being completely taken over by technology.  The importance of art changes when it is done digitally versus traditionally. People tend to peg traditional...

Respect Goes Both Ways

Caitlin Grisham, Reporter

January 17, 2020

        Respect is a common subject between media, work environments, and schools. Aimed mainly towards students, and teens, or more recently, Millennials and Gen Z. Saying that we are disrespectful, but respect goes both way...

Romanticization of mental illness in movies

Max Tiffany and Caitlin Grisham

January 17, 2020

      Mental illnesses are common in the real world, but only show up in movies when it’s a romance movie or show. Mental illnesses aren’t pretty, and take lots of coping methods and work to get through or to live with....

What is True Feminism?

Caitlin Grisham, Reporter

January 17, 2020

       A lot of stigma surrounds what true feminism is. The true definition of feminism is “the doctrine advocating social, political, and all other rights of women equal to those of men,” according to  ...

Why individuality should matter at graduation

Claire Gelhaus, Editor

May 29, 2019

 As graduation approaches, anticipation grows among the senior class with each coming day, and many questions circle around the proceedings for the class of 2019.   This year, instead of having the top five percent by grade ...

My insight into a teacher and his blog

Breanna Narlock, Editor

May 28, 2019

  One of the most philosophical, insightful, and overall wonderful teachers to have at the D.C. Everest Senior High School is Mr. Michael Soehl.   As an English and Social Studies teacher he has a deeper understanding for wri...

Continuous improvement throughout your life

Jameson Morgan, Reporter

May 17, 2019

When teachers were asked what they want most in students, an Article by ThoughtCo, ranked third was the ability to see their weakness and make a diligent effort to improve that weakness. While that may be easy for some students, ...

Students leaving class for sports

Roberto Matarazzo, Reporter

May 17, 2019

  Teachers have a lot of struggles with students leaving school early, especially for the afternoon classes teachers. Many students leave early because they play sports and the most of their meets are planned for 4:00 pm a...

Spring is here, road craters appear

Heather Voll, Editor

March 21, 2019

  That time of year is upon us once again; the snow begins to melt and temperatures inch their way above 30 degrees. The only thing that could make this transitional period between winter and spring better is having the roa...