This week’s Patriot Vision looks ahead to the Variety Show, discusses the “Mother Hicks”, and looks back on the spring sports season thus far.
BY HUNTER DONELSON 2018 NFL Mock Draft (No Trades) Cleveland Browns: Josh Allen (QB, Wyoming) Ultimately it’s going to come down to Josh Allen or Sam Darnold for the Browns. But, Allen would be a great fit for speedy receivers Jarvis Landry and Josh Gordon with his great arm […]
BY CRAIG STEWART Hundreds of thousands of people lined the streets around Penn Quarter, in D.C, participating in “March for Our Lives”, as they protested against shootings and gun violence in schools and demanded for stronger gun control laws. Many people held signs that read things like, “protect our […]
BY WALTER CANADY III Should your hair be the determining factor in whether or not you get a job? Of course we consider things such as personal maintenance, like body odors, maybe hair dye colors and maintaining dress codes. But the actual style of it? No, that is ridiculous, […]
BY PAOLA AMARO Truman high school would like to ensure that their beloved seniors have a wonderful and safe graduation night so they will be hosting, “Project Grad: The Final Goodbye” event on May 26th at the Blue Springs Fieldhouse. The students and their guests must arrive at Truman […]
BY HUNTER DONELSON Late March and early April is not a time you would expect to have snow and freezing cold, thirty degree weather. The cold has lead to spring sports finding a practice place indoors, a significant amount of baseball games being cancelled, and outdoor practices running short. […]
This week’s Patriot Vision looks back at Relay for Life, the successes of choir and orchestra, weather affecting spring sports, and the track season.
BY HUNTER DONELSON Varsity baseball played St.Michael’s Thursday night and had their way with them from the beginning. The final score resulted in a 25-2 blowout win for the Patriots. With some long-ball hitting, Nick Wheeler, Josh Cruz, and Tanner Blau knocked back-to-back-to-back home runs early on in the […]
BY WALTER CANADY III As we all know the month of February is dedicated to black history and the spread of the knowledge of African American history and yet again, another whole month goes by with little significance to the black history. Honestly I feel as if I have […]
BY CRAIG STEWART AND PAOLA AMARO Wednesday, Mar. 14 brought students from all over the country together in a nation-wide walk out to protest gun violence and call for the nations leaders to pass stricter gun laws. Many students and teachers did this for the 17 victims on the […]