Learning to Live Again: How the Pandemic Changed Students
BY MOLLY SLOAN Just like every year, the new year approaching signals the end of the fall semester and the beginning of the holidays, but 2022 will also mark the two-year anniversary of the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. For many, it’s been two years since the beginning […]
Coping With Gossip & Drama (Video)
Gossip and drama are a part of every day high school life. We caught up with several students to talk about how they deal with it.
A Closer Look at Preparing for Market Day
BY ROSA PRESTON There are quite a few events at Truman. Football games, choir concerts, school plays, you name it! But, there’s one event that may not be talked about enough: Market Day. In the days leading up to Market Day, students in Marketing advertise food and treats, […]
Ship of Fools (Episode 6)
The guys are back with another episode of heartbreak tales.
Reflecting on the Original “Halloween”
BY KYLE LESNAK “Halloween” is a classic horror film directed by John Carpenter featuring Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode. “Halloween” at the time of release became one of the most profitable independent films of all time making $70 million from its $300,000 budget. The movie was released […]
Several Patriots Earn All-District Softball Honors
By ALEXIS HOSTETTER On October 22, 5 Truman High School softball players made All Districts Teams. This includes Katie Sutton, 1st Team All District, Erynn Boatright, 1st Team All District, Addison Sutton, 1st Team All District, Mattie Sharp, 1st Team All District, and Cece Mora, 2nd Team All […]