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Saturday, October 16, 2010
James Logan High School was bustling with excitement as they entered their annual spirit week. Red, white and black banners were waved and students participated in dressing up for theme days, but what of the naysayers? Though there was clearly much spirit filling the halls and classrooms of the school, many didn't see fit to honor the occasion.
One student, sophomore Anjali Shelopal said: "The topics were just uninteresting to me, except for twin day. I wanted to dress up, but I didn't have a twin. I didn't even have anything to wear for all the different themes!"
When asked what sort of themes that might be more preferable to the student body Shelopal said, "We should have, like, a Michael Jackson theme next year. Or maybe we could have a famous couples day, like Brangelina!"
Senior year should be the most important and memorable year out of high school. It should be the most exciting due to the activities available to us such as prom, senior picnic, grad night and senior breakfast. Thereís also homecoming, sports games and other school dances. Itís also the last step to finishing grade school and moving on to adulthood.
Every year Leadership chooses a theme to represent their class. In previous years I never really cared and just went with the flow, but now that Iím currently in my last year it affected me. I realized itís my last year; I would like to participate in whatever my class has to offer.
Saturday, October 09, 2010
By Cody Mongoso, Courier Staff Writer
For many students, college is a huge aspect in their life. Whether you are trying to to enhance your knowledge and skills, starting a career, or just seeking to experience the "college life", there are hundreds of colleges throughout the United States that you can choose from,1 but how do you know which one is right for you?
High school students may have questions about colleges they wish to attend. To answer their questions, students can attend a college fair.