TheEdgeOfTheNest

Elementary school students grow up onstage

T.E.D.Y. presents The Edge of The Nest Kiera Snyder Guest Writer “The Edge of the Nest” is a production shown a few weeks ago by T.E.D.Y. (Thomas Edison Drama Youth), and is a unique story of growing up. T.E.D.Y. has lasted for 7 years; each year putting on a different production directed by Renee Barr…

CharlottesWeb

Port Huron kids “Web It Up!”

P.H.C.T. presents “Charlotte’s Web” Lauren Poosch Guest Writer On Jan. 29 through Feb. 1, P.H.C.T. (Port Huron Civic Theatre) performed the play “Charlotte’s Web” based off of the story “Charlotte’s Web” by E.B. White. The play was performed at the McMorran Theatre, and was directed by Joe Helton. Kiera Snyder, 12, of Port Huron, said,…

PaidToBeAPlayer

Paid to be a player

Should college athletes be paid? Kaden Guizar Guest Writer There two different sides to “Should college athletes be paid” should they or should they not? I’m here to speak for both sides. There are many reasons they should be paid, most college athletes spend all or most of their time practicing for games. The Richest…

College athletes get zero

  Sports rake in money for colleges Luke O’Hare Guest Writer The question of should college athletes be paid has come up once more and in my opinion it is a for sure yes. College athletes should be paid because of the time and effort they put in. Most of the athlete’s time is spent…

A Purr-fect preview

Tigers fans gear up for new season Andrew Touma Guest Writer In the midst of a chilled winter, die-hard baseball fans are glued to televisions and radios waiting patiently for baseball season. Sadly, baseball is still a good month away, with most teams opening on April fifth or sixth. Detroit Tigers fans, such as myself,…

Spartans sweep Wolverines off their feet

Michigan State destroys Michigan 80-67 to complete the season sweep Michael Ward Guest Writer The Spartans are looking like they are ready to play tournament basketball. On Feb. 17, 2015, they came into Ann Arbor, a hostile environment, and beat the Wolverines in Ann Arbor for the first time since 2010. Brendan Dawson led the…

Pros and cons of year round school

Should schools be year round? Payton Wiley Guest Writer Could year round schools be for the better, or worse? Many students might not like the idea of having to go to school in the summer, but many good things can come from the new school calendar; there’s more time for family and friends, the student…

Year round schooling

Should schools be year round? Audrey Miller Guest Writer Year round school is a topic sweeping across the nation. Some argue over whether this would be a good idea or not for the education of America’s youth. Here are some of the bright sides to year round school. After the long summer, kids in the…