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Emma Dalke, Staff Writer

November 20, 2017

At the end of last school year, certain teachers were asked to take a more active role in using technology. QHS purchased the program Schoology, a learning management system, to familiarize students with technology and better...

October 19, 2017

Crowded Halls A Problem At The Start Of Each School Year

Emily Hoover, Staff Writer

September 22, 2017

Overcrowding becomes an issue at the start of every school year at Quincy High School. Both senior Aaron Young and junior Isaac Lester find getting to class on time difficult. It takes both three to four minutes to get...

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Girls Golf Wins Western Big Six Conference

Lauren Schafer, Staff Writer

October 25, 2017

As girls golf came to a close, coach Lindsay Burry said there were challenging matches that made this season a hit. "The biggest matches this season [were against] Galesburg and then Regionals," Burry...

Girls Tennis Plans For Another State Appearance

October 11, 2017

Boys Golf Met Season Goal But Continues To Think Of Future

Boys Golf Met Season Goal But Continues To Think Of Future

October 3, 2017

Football Teams Hopes To Head To Playoffs

September 8, 2017

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Concussion Movie Review

Lauren Schafer, Staff Writer | December 4, 2017

It is a known fact that football players get injured each season because of a violent blow to the head and/or neck, but not many people know what the impacts of a concussion are. Concussion, a 2015 movie, shows these impacts over a football players' life when the concussion is not properly treated. Will Smith plays Dr. Bennet Omalu, a forensic pathologist who discovers the results of concussions and head...

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Will Bring You Into A World Of Pure Imagination

Bailey Gasparovic, Staff Writer | December 1, 2017

Recently I made the trek to New York City to dance in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade but while I was there I had the chance to see the magnificent Broadway show Charlie and The Chocolate Factory. Charlie and The Chocolate Factory, for those that don't know, is about a little boy named Charlie Buckett and his search for a golden ticket to get into Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory. Charlie does end ...

Lauren Schafer, Staff Writer | October 2, 2017

We all have cloudy days. It is something we can't control. But we can control what we do to fix our cloudy days. Here are some ideas: Listen to Music Listening to music is a great way to clear your mind. There are so many genres of music and so many different artists that the possibility of finding one that you like is very high. But if you can't find the kind you like, here are some great s...

Tae'ana Johnson, Staff Writer | May 26, 2017

The end of the school year is approaching, drawing out enthusiasm but not enough to extinguish the anxiety that ensues with final exams arriving too. Even though studying for finals can appear to be impossible to conquer, there are several ways to efficiently study without it being so strenuous. Give Yourself Plenty Of Time- A common practice among most teenagers is procrastinating. Not  allowing e...

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