Putting Up a Fight

Zoie Cecil

March 12, 2018

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Self-defense is probably a concept most of us are familiar with, but might not know entirely what it entails. In this day and age, self-defense is important not only for people with jobs that require that type of training, but...

Where’s My Water?

Kyle Peterson and Caleb McElmurry

March 12, 2018

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Dehydration among students may be a serious problem. In most homes in America, water is unlimited, and places to get it are everywhere, but as the saying goes, you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink. According...

Lunch Bunch

Silvia Stambaugh, Ella Boyt, and Ben Cohen

March 12, 2018

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This month the Lunch Bunch decided to go to, debatably, the best pizza place in town: Pizza Tree. Pizza Tree is a lunch bunch favorite for a day off campus. The drive is a quick 5-10 minutes and the wait for the food to arrive...

Putting Up a Fight

Zoie Cecil, Reporter

March 5, 2018

Filed under Student Life

Self-defense is probably a concept most of us are familiar with, but might not know entirely what it entails. In this day and age, self-defense is important not only for people with jobs that require that type of training, but also...

Where’s My Water?

Caleb McElmurry and Kyle Peterson

March 5, 2018

Filed under Student Life

Dehydration among students may be a serious problem. In most homes in America, water is unlimited, and places to get it are everywhere, but as the saying goes, you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink. ...

Lunch Bunch

Lunch Bunch

March 5, 2018

Less to the Landfill

Maya Doll

January 26, 2018

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Last semester, various sports and clubs joined gloved hands and dove into the dumpsters behind Hickman. Just a regular “trash audit.” The goal was to evaluate the amount of trash regularly sent to the landfill that could instead...

Speak Out

Mikayla Miller

January 26, 2018

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A process three years in the making, Japanese has made its comeback to CPS high schools. In 2014, CPS executives made the decision to start phasing out German, Japanese, and Latin from Junior High School’s. After German and...

Coffee? Cats? Cafe!

Ella Boyt and Camille Manary

January 26, 2018

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Long-time Hickman teacher and graduate, Mackenzie Everett-Kennedy, commonly known as EK, is hoping to open a cat-friendly cafe, along with her husband, Ryan Kennedy. Their inspiration came from a cafe in Seoul, South Korea on...

Lunch Bunch: Journey to Formosa

Silvia Stambaugh, Ella Boyt, and Ben Cohen

January 26, 2018

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Welcome to a new semester! For our first lunch trip of the new year we took a short journey down the road to Formosa. The drive to Formosa is a short one, only five minutes from Hickman. Offering an array of Chinese cuisine and...

Lunch Bunch: Adventures in Lucky’s Market

Silvia Stambaugh, Ella Boyt, and Ben Cohen

December 19, 2017

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The lunch bunch leaves campus for one last time before Christmas Break arrives! This time we ventured to a student favorite, Lucky’s. We decided to get the classic pizza and sushi. The drive to Lucky’s is a short 5 minutes...

Purple and Golden Oldies

Nathan Roberts and Caleb McElmurry

December 1, 2017

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There are many new clubs at Hickman coming into this school year: Ultimate frisbee, Hickman Sports Forum, Juggling Club, etc. But with all the new clubs this year, students still have not forgotten the clubs that have been here...

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