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All About HOSA!

All About HOSA!

Kalyn Laughter, Features Writer

November 15, 2018


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HOSA is a wonderful club the school provides for aspiring students who want to go into the medical field. If you heard about or even went to the blood drive at the beginning of the year, you have already gotten a taste of what they do. Grace Hausherr, the president, explains the importance and meani...

Prairie’s Public Arts Class Creating Art For All To See

Prairie’s Public Arts Class Creating Art For All To See

Mallory Williams, Features Writer

November 14, 2018


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Prairie’s public arts class, which started at the beginning of the year, is the reason for all of the artwork to be seen around Prairie High School. This class, which is taught by Mr. Shadle, gives students not only an outlet to express themselves, but a platform in which they can display their ...

Prairie’s Theater Takes It To New Levels With The Production Chicago

Prairie’s Theater Takes It To New Levels With The Production Chicago

Sydney Weber, Features Writer

November 7, 2018


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The production of the play “Chicago” had its opening night last weekend in Prairie’s own theater at 7pm. The actors and actresses of this play have been working extremely hard to put all the bits and pieces together to make such a wonderful production. The making of a play isn't as easy as the...

Rain, Rain, go away, more like here to stay

Rain, Rain, go away, more like here to stay

Katie Vroman, Features Writer

November 1, 2018


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Fall is now in full swing, which means shorter days, longer nights, decreasing temperatures, and most of all, more rain for those living in the Pacific Northwest. With the most recent October being one of the warmest and sunniest in Vancouver's history, the incoming fall weather will hit residents much...

A Final Celebration for Senior Athletes

A Final Celebration for Senior Athletes

Maya Davis, Features writer

October 24, 2018


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Senior Night is the event that every Prairie athlete looks forward to. It serves as a final celebration of the hard work that each athlete has put into their sport. This year, during October, seniors that participate in fall sports are being recognized. The Prairie girls volleyball team acknowledg...

Jewels or Juuls, Which do High Schoolers Prefer?

Jewels or Juuls, Which do High Schoolers Prefer?

Katie Vroman, Features Writer

October 24, 2018


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A juul is an e-cigarette that is battery operated, and contains a cartridge or “pod” consisting of nicotine, flavoring, and other elements. One juul pod has about the same amount of nicotine as a pack of cigarettes, however they contain less toxic chemicals than traditional cigarettes. The device has a sl...

Is it Worth It?

Is it Worth It?

Grace Adams, Features writer

October 24, 2018


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  Drinking and driving along with texting and driving is a dangerous decision many know the consequences of. Countless teens are victims to death by these. A program called “Every 15 minutes’, shows teens the lasting effects of making these irresponsible choices. Through this program teens expe...

JROTC

JROTC

Grace Adams, Features writer

October 18, 2018


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JROTC has played a big part for many Prairie High School students. It has helped develop structure, leadership, and discipline in their lives. This program also brings forward many different opportunities for the future. JROTC Cadet second Lieutenant, Noah Larson, joined ROTC his freshman year du...

Young People and Voting

Young People and Voting

Katie Vroman, Features Editor

October 18, 2018


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  Having the right to vote in America is a privilege that many often take for granted, or don’t take advantage of at all. The youth population in America is notorious for neglecting their opportunity and right to vote, despite representing half of the population. With the midterm elections comi...

A Homecoming Week to Remember

A Homecoming Week to Remember

Maya Davis, Features Writer

October 18, 2018


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Homecoming week is the time of year that all Prairie students look forward to. This week, students have the chance to participate in spirit week, the Homecoming football game, the Homecoming assembly, and, most highly anticipated, the Homecoming dance. Prairie’s A.S.B. chose five days of spirit...

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