The substantiality of school scheduling
Exploring new classes and emerging yourself into a new environment can be tricky, but it rewards with an all access pass to new opportunities for the future. The process of choosing electives and even overriding course recommendations often come from the influences of your surroundings.
Coming back cold
New year, new gifts, and back to school we go. With winter break coming to a close students are sent back into their old school routine but having stayed up late every night, combined with the fact that the weather has been all over the place gives students a sluggish start.
A service to yourself and your country
ROTC students are taught many of the qualities needed to be successful in the military. However that doesn’t necessarily mean enlistment is no longer a possibility for general high school students. Armed forces careers can extend from medical, technical, design, or communications.
Second quarter slump
Some students swear by the fact that the second grading period is the easiest. However for others it can be the most head-turning 38 days of the year.
Titan Philharmonic takes the stage
On the night of Wed., Dec. 13, University’s Titan Philharmonic tuned their instruments, lowered their bows, and took the stage to perform at their annual winter concert. Joined by a collective of younger musicians (fifth graders from an assortment of local elementary schools and students from River Springs Middle School), the Titan Philharmonic played an assorted arrangement of holiday-themed tunes, including Mannheim Steamroller’s arrangement of Celebration, Brian Balmages’s It Takes One To Tango, and the uber-popular Transiberian Orchestra arrangement of Wizards of Winter.