BY SYDNEY SNELSON Back in elementary school, I played basketball for IYAA. My mom was the coach, and our team consisted of girls from multiple schools around the district. Although teams were based on grade level, sometimes, when a younger athlete didn’t have a pool large enough to […]
BY THOMAS WOOD Thirty years ago, animated movies were pretty limited. There were obviously movies with excellent 2D animation, many of which were produced by Disney. Some movies used less mainstream forms of animation, such as claymation or rotoscoping. However, Pixar made a move in 1995 that would […]
The Show takes an in depth look at student stress and some of the factors leading to that stress piling up.
BY ADAM PRESTON Unfair, destructive, volatile, fair, justifiable, and sound are descriptions of our current cell phone policy within the Independence School District from students and staff. Generally speaking, most would agree that the phone policy in its current iteration is in poor shape. Whether it is inconsistent […]
BY ROSA PRESTON I want to touch upon a topic that may be sensitive to some people. Well, a couple topics. But first, let’s establish something that many people at Truman are most likely grateful for: the daycare. It’s a place where the students who have children can […]