A Project for Better Journalism chapter


Kaepernick’s inspiring protest

January 16, 2019 11:55am | Kobe Hescott

“Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything.” Ten-year-old me, wearing my 49ers beanie, watches in amazement as Colin Kaepernick slices through the Packers defense. He starts the game by throwing a pick-six and giving the Packers a 7-0 lead, but he recovers immediately […]

Political Cartoon

January 8, 2019 8:13am | Taylor Schott

Political Cartoon

January 8, 2019 8:11am | Lupe Vega

Political Cartoon

January 8, 2019 8:08am | Megan Johnson

Best fries in Holland, Michigan

January 7, 2019 9:52am | Brooke Drost, Clara Klein

It’s FRYday night. The most obvious way to celebrate the weekend is by enjoying the finest food this world has to offer: french fries. But where should you go? As a dedicated french fry connoisseur, I journeyed through Holland to answer this question.   After […]

The best way to stop a bad student with a phone is a good student with a phone

December 4, 2018 7:11pm | Brooke Drost

BREAKING NEWS:  Washington High School made a bold move in trying to eliminate the distraction of cell phones in the classroom. After yet another incident last week, Principal Donny Prumt passionately detailed his ingenious plan: “I’m tired of people claiming that cell phone distraction can […]

Time to move on from chicken fingers

December 3, 2018 6:50am | Paul Stryker

My family and I walked through the door of the classiest restaurant in the heart of downtown Chicago. We sat down and looked at the menu, and I already wanted to leave. The black print filled the menu with unfamiliar names until I saw the […]

Why do teens love Target so much?

December 1, 2018 10:55am | Avery Warsaw

  “Dinner and Target sounds good to me :)” The little blue text bubble pops up on my phone and my Friday night plan is set.   I hop in the car with two friends and we head to our favorite pizza restaurant. After eating Margherita […]

Trying all of Sluggos breadsticks

November 15, 2018 9:00am | Anika Seguin

“The Cina stix were life changing. My Sluggos order will forever be changed because of that day,” Jr. Greta Davis said. Sluggos. Breadstix. When high school students think of Sluggos, their mind goes straight to the breadsticks. Having fourteen variations, there has to be at […]

Girls can’t yell

November 9, 2018 7:49am | Mayzie Ruby, Ryann Schurman

The bleachers rumble with a low “Ohhhhhhh,” as fans await the kickoff of a rainy Friday night football game. The kicker, Max Voet, takes a few steps back and then charges forward. As he gets closer and closer to the ball, the low rumble becomes […]