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. ...

Students travel to China over Spring Break

Lydia Williams

May 6, 2019

Traveling to a foreign country is a great way to take learning out of the classroom and into the real world. Every two years, Jeremy Bateman, the AP Human Geography teacher, takes a group of students to a foreign country to...

Scribbler’s Coffeehouse: Enchanted Forest Edition

Frankie Barczak, Writer

April 24, 2019

White Station High School’s literary magazine The Scribbler is a unique part of the school. They’re a diverse group of individuals that create a magazine filled with art of all kinds produced by the students of White Statio...

Student Congress attend anti-violence conference

Hayden Thornton, Student Life Writer

April 23, 2019

It is a sad reality that in 2019 school shootings and violence in schools are becoming more and more common. These tragedies leave parents, students, and administration asking how they happened and how to prevent them from ha...

How to manage stress when choosing classes

Jillian Maxwell

March 19, 2019

With extracurriculars and jobs on students’ plates already, managing the stress that comes along with choosing classes should not be the main dish. “Even when there’s no work I always think, ‘Okay, what’s next that...

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