The magic of senior year

Danielle Deraleau, Featured Columnist

May 21, 2012

Filed under Featured Columnists, Opinion

     In the years leading up to 12th grade, I had always heard that senior year would be the best year of my life. I heard it at parties I attended with my parents when they told people I was in high school. I heard... Read more »

Guaranteed Free Checking

Danielle Deraleau, Staff Writer

May 3, 2012

Filed under Featured Columnists, Opinion

     I was bored. Incredibly bored. I was also feeling lazy, and for lack of something better to do, had downed almost an entire box of cookies. While pacing the kitchen and trying to figure out what to do with myself, I became... Read more »

Carrying on a Navy Tradition

Danielle Deraleau, Staff Writer

May 3, 2012

Filed under Profile, Student Life

     Attend The University of Oklahoma, study some German and then join the Navy. These are the plans senior Justice Connery has lined up for his next few years.      Connery’s family has an extensive military background.... Read more »

Tornado relief fundraiser a success

Danielle Deraleau, Staff Writer

April 19, 2012

Filed under News

     The results of the April 9-13 fundraiser for tornado relief were better than Student Congress expected, junior Catherine Edmonson, who led the effort, said.      “I’m so happy people took the time and donated,”... Read more »

Forecast: Blizzard warning

Danielle Deraleau, Featured Columnist

April 19, 2012

Filed under Featured Columnists, Opinion

   It’s easiest if I just come out and say it- my dad and I are addicted to Blizzards.      The love of this frozen treat was instilled in me by him from an early age. I can recall moments of glee when he asked me if... Read more »

Senior Class President Candidate: Binna Kim

Danielle Deraleau, Staff Writer

April 9, 2012

Filed under News, Profile, Student Life

Wildcat Tales: How would you describe yourself as a person? Binna Kim: I would say that I am definitely an optimist. It does end up biting me in the butt sometimes, but I feel like looking at the brighter side... Read more »

FBLA members to go on to Nationals

Danielle Deraleau, Staff Writer

March 30, 2012

Filed under News, Student Life

     Some members of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) club will be going to nationals at San Antonio in July after preforming well at the state competition, which was held March 8-10 in Houston.      “Due... Read more »

The mission

Danielle Deraleau, Featured Columnist

March 30, 2012

Filed under Featured Columnists, Opinion

     “We’ve been trained for this,” I say. My two best friends Kelsey and Maddie, nod while watching me with expressions equally as serious as mine.      “We can do this,” I continue. “A large part of our... Read more »

The missing piece

Danielle Deraleau, Featured Columnist

March 29, 2012

Filed under Featured Columnists, Opinion

     When my mom first showed me the window, it just about took my breath away. So many colors arranged in a way that created a beautiful picture that sparkled with light. Everything about it was amazing, from the detailed... Read more »

The full circle of macaroni and cheese

Danielle Deraleau, Featured Columnist

February 16, 2012

Filed under Featured Columnists, Opinion

     I pull my car up to the curb of the house I know so well, and look up at it as I park and cut the engine. The lawn is bright and green, the swing tied to the branch of the tallest tree moves lazily in the breeze, and... Read more »