After an exciting week for all of the fall sports teams, the Pep Club decided to take their school spirit a little bit further.
On the week of Sub-State Volleyball, the Pep Club decorated the high school hallway with balloons and streamers coming down from the ceilings. The following week, they made posters for all of the teams.
Following a 20-13 season which ended in an loss in the second round of the NCAA tournament to the national runner-up Kentucky, the Kansas State Wildcats mens’ basketball team has high expectations for this year. Continue reading
Juniors Hanna Baird and Betsy Giles go up for a block at State. The volleyball team went 0-3 that day. photo by Rance Tucker
All three of the fall T-Bird teams made it to post-season play, but unfortunately failed to come out victorious. Continue reading
The Shockers are currently No. 11 in the nation and have opened with a 2-0 start. Stakes are high as many are skeptical of the true talent of WSU. Continue reading
Black Friday is known for the sales and shopping for Christmas, but in larger cities the shopping can easily turn into a crazy shopping spree.
To start off the basketball season, for the first time in seven years, the girls will be wearing new uniforms. Continue reading
One of the busiest shopping days of the year is the day after Thanksgiving.
For most stores it starts Thursday night and extends through Cyber Monday. Continue reading
High school actors took it back to the 1920s in New York City with gamblers, missionaries and flappers in the musical “Guys and Dolls.” Continue reading
With the Kansas Jayhawks going 23-8 with last years group of guys, the Jayhawks finished the season with a second round upset loss to the Stanford Cardinals 60-57. Continue reading
Academic competitions play a big part of extracurricular activities in high school. Whether it be Scholars’ Bowl, Math Relays, Academic Olympics or Science Olympiad, many students find a way to put their brains up against students from other schools.