What ever happened to Columbus Day?

Savannah Keller

December 13, 2017

Filed under Opinion

On October 9, 2017, Christopher Columbus Day was acknowledged throughout the United States to commemorate the historical figure, who was thought to be the pioneer of America. During the years of attending school, students have h...

School may not be working, and we know it

Haley Smith

December 13, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Approximately 65% of today’s kindergartners will be employed for jobs that do not even exist yet, according to a U.S. Department of Labor report in 2013. It is commonly said that children are the future, and it is true; kid...

Selective enrollment hurts Dickinson

Sofia Rose, Editor in Chief

December 13, 2017

Filed under Feature Stories, Opinion

The football season was cancelled because of lack of players - So where are the football players? For that matter, where are the singers? Where are the actors? The band members? The answer may lie in the plethora of selective...

Foreign Language Showdown: Spanish enters the ring!

Zachary Walton

December 5, 2017

Filed under JDHS News, Middle Years, News, Opinion

When I got my schedule in the start of the year, I was crushed. I had requested French and was assigned Spanish. I tried to keep an open mind, and now I am glad I did not get French. The first day I walked into Spanish class,...

America the free?

Savannah McMahan, MYP Journalist

April 8, 2016

Filed under Middle Years, Opinion

We have political rights, but what about the right to pursue happiness? The Declaration of Independence states that everyone in the United States of America have the right to pursuit of happiness. What if we want to pursue happ...

Opinion