Haslett sophmore Cara Clarizio, gymnast extraordinare

A hush falls over all of the people sitting in the crowd. They sit on the edge of their seats, leaning over, to catch a glimpse of the next contestant waiting in anticipation for the rest of the show. Sophomore Cara Clarizio takes a deep breath and steps onto the

PDA protocol at Haslett High School

To most people, having a boyfriend or girlfriend is one of the most exciting things in the world. People in love are happy, giddy, want to be with that person all the time and, sometimes, even kiss and hug him or her. And some of the places people choose to

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Haslett High School Black Student Union

Every other Tuesday in the Viking room, students of all genders, races, and ages gather to support and unite minorities.  The atmosphere is hopeful for change, Sophomore Jonah Gerry said. The Black Student Union, or BSU, helps to increase awareness and appreciation for African American issues, history, and culture in

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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

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

Tough schedule helps Haslett baseball prepare for post-season play

The varsity baseball team showed its strength with an 8-6, 9-4 sweep of rival DeWitt. The wins came after a tough loss against the second best team in the state, Class A Sterling Heights. “I thought it was close throughout the game, although we had base-running errors,” senior Peter Romsek