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Why Phones Aren’t Getting Picked Up

Why Phones Aren’t Getting Picked Up

Susie Sutherland, Staff Writer

April 13, 2016


Filed under Opinions, Showcase, Student Life

As a middle schooler at Blalack, I can recall three rules that were enforced on a daily basis. Have your ID on you at all times. Always follow dress code. Never have your phone out without teacher permission. Coming into Creekview as a freshman, I was still accustomed to the rules Blalack had i...

Coach J’s Guide to Eating Right

Coach J’s Guide to Eating Right

Jamison Amerine, Sports Editor

April 4, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Athletes are supposedly the most freakish human beings on the planet. Everything from soaring above the rim in throwing down a vicious slam to curling a soccer ball into the back of the net from yards out defines as being truly ‘athletic’. However, while their skill set may be rare, their eating h...

Accidental Anorexia

Accidental Anorexia

Anna Chainaranont, Arts and Entertainment Editor

April 4, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

For weeks upon weeks, senior Abbey Sagcal woke up and headed to the hospital. Her battle began two years ago during her sophomore year. The mountainous piles of stress built up and accumulated into depression. The noxious influences of school led to anxiety attacks that “[felt] like knives were...

No College? No Problem

No College? No Problem

Nathan Smernoff, Staff Writer

March 31, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Come final exam time every high schooler has looked up jobs that don’t require a high school diploma. Since not everyone can be an exotic dancer, the list is limited to waiting at a restaurant, retail, construction and a few others. Most don’t pay a livable wage, giving inspiration to those who don’...

Brycen Rushing Fences at Junior Olympics

Brycen Rushing Fences at Junior Olympics

Inaara Muhammad, Staff Writer

March 18, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Creekview High School may have discovered its own knight in shining armor; except this one wears a jacket, gloves, and protective head gear. Junior Brycen Rushing competed in the 2016 Junior Olympics in February, the highest level competition for young fencers. After 11 years of rigorous training, Rus...

Prom Guide

Prom Guide

Bayley Bogus, Editor-in-Chief

March 4, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

With prom just around the corner, planning can become overwhelming. Where to get the dress, where to get the date, getting makeup and hair done, the works. However, I’ve compiled a few places to get the perfect dress, hair and nails to make a 180 from stressed to blessed and prom ready. Where to bu...

Life on Top of the Game

Life on Top of the Game

Blake Roye, Staff Writer

February 17, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Junior Sean Adams has been playing tennis since he was seven and doesn’t plan on stopping now. To date he has played around 6,000 hours and in the past two years has placed in the past eight tournaments he has competed in. Last year in the Regional Tournament, he placed fourth overall in Men’s singles...

Senior Timeline

Senior Timeline

Alyssa Gruehn, Managing Editor

February 16, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

If you’ve ever talked to someone that’s graduated high school, then you know the saying: senior year flies by. As a senior you get plenty of perks (off campus lunch, out periods, and “seniority” have been my personal favorites) but also plenty of stress (I can sum it all up into one word: co...

Donkey or Elephant?

Donkey or Elephant?

Alyssa Gruehn, Managing Editor

February 16, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Sorry to disappoint, but this isn’t a Buzzfeed esque quiz explaining if a donkey or an elephant is your spirit animal. However, this quiz should help clear up the individual's side to one of the oldest debates in America: Are you a republican or a democrat?   Quiz: Jack makes 60,000 a year and Jill m...

This Is The Year Mock Trial Takes State

This Is The Year Mock Trial Takes State

Bekah Pinedo, Contributing Writer

January 22, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Two years ago, members of the Creekview Mock Trial team, now alumni, had the greatest victory in winning the High School State Competition. In addition, two members of the team, Sydney Franklin and Destiny Smith, were awarded best witness and best attorney. Creekview High School was deemed State ...

Pinedo: Wishing on a Shooting Star

Pinedo: Wishing on a Shooting Star

Bekah Pinedo, Contributing Writer

December 8, 2015


Filed under All I Want For Christmas, Student Life

“What would you like for Christmas?” This question is asked every year and the truth is, a few things come to mind. A new phone, boots, that necklace I saw in the mall a few days ago...but what about the things money can’t buy? Materialistic things only last so long, and while they make me ha...

Best of Gifts and Best of Prices

Best of Gifts and Best of Prices

Susie Sutherland, Staff Writer

December 4, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Now that Thanksgiving is over, people are running up and down to find a gift for friends and family for the holidays. At this point, it seems like a simple gift card is too little, while that $600 phone is too much. It can be hard to find a good gift that is at a fair price, but with a bit of resear...

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