As students register for classes, many of next year’s upperclassmen will be deciding whether to take an AP class. What should they consider? Continue reading AP Classes: What’s to Know?
In a concert in Rapid City, trumpter Jens Lindemann revealed how little he thought of his audience. Continue reading World Class Trumpeter Plays Down to Audience
Conversations involving both Central and Stevens High Schools frequently pit the schools against one another. But are the schools as different as stereotypes suggest? Continue reading Central and Stevens: What’s the Difference?
A Congressman from California caused a stir by removing a painting from the Capitol that he found offensive. He would benefit by listening to the painting’s underlying message. By Parker Roose In June of 2016, David Pulphus, a high school student, painted a picture dealing with current events in our society that many praised and glorified. The painting would go on to win the Annual … Continue reading Offended Congressman Should Heed Painting’s Message
A comic by Jeremiah Richards Continue reading Comic: I Am Your New President
Following the seizure of abused animals from a home in Creighton, the Humane Society of the Black Hills has its hands full caring for its newest guests. Continue reading Humane Society Cares for Massive Influx of Abused Animals
The new Star Wars movie has exploded in theaters, and even with a predictable plot, it has won a true fan’s approval. Continue reading Rogue One Wins a True Fan’s Approval