Governor Snyder meets with Haslett High students for Q&A

Haslett High School’s Advanced Placement Government, Journalism, and Student Council members had the opportunity to attend a press conference with Michigan Governor Rick Snyder on Oct. 15. Multiple students from each class attended to meet the Governor and ask him political questions concerning the upcoming elections. He addressed topics such

Varsity football fights for playoff spot

Looking at the Haslett High School Varsity Football Team’s record, it seems that this year has been a rough one. However, athletic director Darren Ferguson said much of that has to do with the competition the team faces. “Everybody we play seems to have a good record,” Ferguson said. No

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First HHS student of the month event Oct. 29

Student of the month is an opportunity offered at Haslett High School to recognize select students that are hand chosen by teachers. “Staff members nominate a student who has done exceptional or who was doing poorly and has jumped to exceptional,” school secretary Amy Fossum said. The first student of

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Harry Potter Club gets going at Haslett High

Harry Potter Club, the largest club in Haslett High School, is back. Club members meet every other Friday after school in Alison Dykman’s classroom. “To join, we recomend everyone reads the books, but devoted fans are always welcome,” co-head master Cheasea Moffatt said. Potter club has fun and games. Each

Opinion

Smoking damages more than lungs

Walking around the city of Lansing, passing by a yard full of children playing outside, I look up to see their babysitter sitting on the cracked front porch step with a smoldering torch between her fingers. She brings it up to her lips, inhales with her eyes closed, seemingly enjoying

Students Progress in LINKS

Senior Haley LaFave has been Scott’s LINK for three years. A thing that started as a mere working relationship turned into a long-lasting friendship between two people. “I enjoy working with Scott. We work on his cognitive skills like tying shoes. I want to go into occupational therapy and this

Haslett High senior reflects on new life dancing in Chicago

Senior Olivia Duryea is living out her dream in Chicago this year as a trainee at the Joffrey Ballet. “For the first time ever I feel like I am in exactly the right place,” Duryea said. After being accepted into the trainee program, Duryea packed up her belongings and moved

First HHS student of the month event Oct. 29

Student of the month is an opportunity offered at Haslett High School to recognize select students that are hand chosen by teachers. “Staff members nominate a student who has done exceptional or who was doing poorly and has jumped to exceptional,” school secretary Amy Fossum said. The first student of

Haslett High welcomes new social studies teacher

Haslett High has gone through drastic changes in the recent years. New  teachers, new curriculum and even school food being served. Katie Burns, a social studies teacher at Haslett, is experiencing the school and community for the first time. Burns described her time so far at Haslett as, “very welcoming.”