Before I say anything, yes, I still watch Disney. So, recently a new Disney Channel movie came out called “Zombies,” and it’s the new “High School Musical”. It has all the qualities of that movie… the love story, the new … Continue reading If Only Zombies Were Real
What is a Juul, and why is it so dangerous? These are the two questions that this article will focus on. First, what exactly is a Juul? The simple answer is that it is a type of vape. It is … Continue reading Juuling
College basketball has played a huge part in American sports and culture. People love cheering on their Alma mater and filling out March Madness brackets for cash. However, their place in American sports can be tarnished due illegally paying athletes … Continue reading Should College Basketball Athletes Be Paid For Their Talents?
I know what you’re thinking: “Of course Shakespeare was real. He wrote all those plays and sonnets.” However, it’s time you reevaluate your conclusion. First of all, we have very little information about the life of Shakespeare and most people … Continue reading Did Shakespeare Actually Exist?
Recently on February 18th, it was the 67th NBA All-Star game in Los Angeles, California. The Cleveland Cavaliers played against the Golden State Warriors and won by three points. Despite the close game, many people have been focusing on another … Continue reading National Anthem Gone Wrong
In the week leading up to the Sadie Hawkins Dance, there will be events each day for students to participate in! Monday, March 5 The theme for Monday is Meme day! Students should dress up as their favorite vine, meme, or gif. The winners of Sadies Court will also be announced. These students will compete for Prince by coin drop voting which raises money for Make-A-Wish! Tuesday, March 6 The theme for Tuesday is Character day! Students should dress as any characters from movies, tv, books, or games. The coin drop voting for Sadies Court will continue. SGA is also hosting a … Continue reading Sadie Hawkins Week!
On March 1, 2018, girls basketball teams across AHSAA schools competed in the semifinals in the State tournament. Spain Park went against Lee Montgomery, and Mc-Gill Toolen went against Sparkman. Mc-Gill Toolen v. Sparkman: 50-49 Mc-Gill Toolen had a pretty good … Continue reading AHSAA Girls State Championship: Spain Park v. Mc-Gill Toolen
What are the Paralympics? The Paralympics is a sporting competition that allows athletes with different disabilities, such as muscular dystrophy, spina bifida, leg length difference, or vision impairment, to compete together. On July 29th, 1948, during the London 1948 Olympics, … Continue reading 2018 Paralympics
Hey Spain Park! So, it’s that time again to donate blood to the Blood Drive!! The Blood Drive is on March 21 which is on a Wednesday. The signup times are anytime between 8am to 2pm. If you are 16 … Continue reading Blood Drive!
“Kindness is Not Impossible” by Anonymous Bullying. It is inevitable. Anywhere you go, you are bound to see drama. Within a friend group, between people who do not even associate. There are two big reasons bullying should cease, and … Continue reading Why You Should Be Kind