Trivia nights grow popular among youth

Kathryn Todd

May 6, 2019

True or False: only adults go to trivia nights. If you answered false, you are correct. What started as a way for businesses to earn more on slow nights has turned into a routine social event for adults and students alike. ...

2019 movie season promises strong premieres and sequels

Emlyn Polatty

May 6, 2019

Film as an art form serves to connect, entertain and reveal new perspectives to audiences, crossing boundaries such as language or country of origin. 2018 saw many notable movies, such as blockbuster hits Black Panther and Cr...

Spartans of all ages come together for a love of music

Frankie Barczak, Writer

March 19, 2019

On February 26, the White Station elementary, middle, and high school bands came together to all play music for their families and friends. The elementary musicians performed first, playing ”Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,” and “...

Art student finds new success in Scholastic competition

Emlyn Polatty

February 26, 2019

For senior Avonte Lyles, what started off as a spark for drawing in middle school has developed into a flame of artistic passion. The Cooper-Young Festival Young Artists Contest winner and Scholastic Gold and Silver Key recipient...

Orchestra winter concert brings festive music to Spartan stage

Emlyn Polatty

February 1, 2019

Bells jingle, sleighs ride, chestnuts roast. With the holiday season rapidly approaching, there is one thing that no one can escape: Christmas songs. Whether on the radio or in the grocery store, festive music is everywhere, even...

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