May is an exciting month for high school seniors. By now, most of us have chosen our path, whether it be attending a four-year university, community college or technical school, joining the military or simply entering the workforce. The future, however, can be frightening without the proper guidance.
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Spring break has come and gone, and students must get back into the habit of going to bed at a reasonable hour and waking up on time for class. There is always a lot happening at New Life Christian School — and for the senior class, it is the last time we will experience some of our school's great traditions.
The final quarter of t
Millions of people across the US were appalled when the first news of the Steubenville, Ohio, rape case emerged in January. Anonymous, the infamous hacker group, first shone light on the case when it leaked a disturbing video detailing the events surrounding the rape.
The video features members of "The Rape Crew," as they call themselves
March madness approaches — not just the NCAA basketball tournament, but a flurry of activities that began in mid-February and culminate in March highlight the school year at New Life Christian School.
Morale soared high as students across the campus celebrated Spirit Week, a "fun and fantastic week," junior Brittnie Juetten said. H
February is known throughout the country as the month of love, when happy couples exchange tokens of love with one another. And with Valentine's Day coming up, the question inevitably arises: Is all love equal?
The question was brought into the public eye with the announcement from the Boy Scouts of America on Jan. 28 that it would discu
Traditions run deep at New Life Christian School. Both athletics and student performances are fond memories that this year's crop of seniors will be creating, and those that alumni still cherish.
"Red and black attack!" the fans chant as New Life basketball players run out onto the court. Fired up players gather in the middle for a team