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French or Spanish?

December 12, 2018 8:13pm | Kaylee Campbell

High schools all over the U.S. offer a wide variety of electives that students can take in order to get credits for graduation. Among those electives are foreign language classes. The most common foreign languages found in high schools are French and Spanish. Up coming […]

Chance Taylor – Student Athlete Spotlight

November 14, 2018 8:31pm | Kaylee Campbell

Watching the clock counting down the time may not be heart pounding for the audience, but for the players it’s all or nothing. Chance Taylor, a freshman at Evans, is a running back on both JV and Varsity football teams. Chance has been playing football […]

Distant relationships

October 31, 2018 7:08pm | Courtney

Distant relationships are not that fun. They always end maybe in a few weeks or a month at the least. (I say this since I’m in one myself but let’s not talk about that.) Distant relationships would work if you stay committed but sometimes that’s […]

ID Badges: Are They Necessary? Part 1

September 24, 2018 7:54pm | Em

Tragedies across the nation have been happening in schools, mainly shootings. The incredible and horrible loss of so many students and teachers has brought more safety precautions. This school year at Evans and across Columbia County, identification badge policies were put in place. Students and […]

ID Badges: Are They Necessary? Part 2

September 24, 2018 7:53pm | Em

One student here at Evans talked about how intruders would be hard to identify, as it is  nearly impossible to get a clear image of someone on the cameras. There is no way to zoom in with the security cameras enough to see a student’s […]

ID Badges: Are they Necessary? Part 3

September 24, 2018 7:52pm | Em

Students were not just the only ones to voice their feelings on the topic.  A few administrators voiced how they felt. Unlike the students, the teachers and faculty talked about how this is the world we live in: ID’s won’t just have to be worn […]

The Issue with America’s Current Federal Government Part 1

September 24, 2018 7:50pm | Anonymous

For the past month, confirmation hearings have been taking place in Congress for Brett Kavanaugh, the most recent judge to be nominated by President Trump to fill the empty space on the Supreme Court. During the hearings, Senator Ben Sasse, a republican from Nebraska, took the […]

The Issue with America’s Current Federal Government Part 2

September 24, 2018 7:49pm | Anonymous

With a background established we can go into what Senator Sasse is trying to express. Sasse is saying that in the past century, the politicians in the Legislative branch have gotten lazy with their duties and have traded the importance of their job with trying […]

The Issue with America’s Current Federal Government Part 3

September 24, 2018 7:48pm | Anonymous

Finally, Sasse talks about the Supreme Court, the position in which Brett Kavanaugh is trying to obtain. He says that the Supreme Court justices should not play politics and put their opinion into court decisions. Sasse says, “the question before us is whether or not he has the […]