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Getting To Know Our Community Assistants

Myree Pratt and Laila Nelson June 12, 2022

Our first thought when coming into this school about the Community Assistants (CAs) was that they were here to protect and monitor us outside of the classroom. After years of spending time with them, we’ve...

Graduation Gifts: What Do High School Graduates Want?

Graduation Gifts: What Do High School Graduates Want?

Mia Yaeger June 5, 2022

As the school year is coming to an end and graduating seniors are packing their bags to move out, everyone is thinking of what to get seniors as a graduation gift.  Senior Ben Bower said he wants his...

Getting to The Bottom of School Lunch

Sanjay Rao and Danielle Okeke May 26, 2022

Throughout the media, school lunch food is often depicted as grueling, tasteless food. Nowadays in Ann Arbor public schools, lunches are regarded with a very negative connotation. We asked a few seniors...

Machine operator Ayu Feje works on a machine that packs bulk clothing into bails at the Goodwill Outlet in Brooklyn Park, Minn., on April 23, 2015. (Jim Gehrz/Minneapolis Star Tribune/TNS)

The Cost of Our Closets: Fast Fashion at Skyline

Alicia Dyer and Amita Nathan May 25, 2022

Thirty pairs of Nikes — all found in a span of twenty minutes while in the Skyline library. With so much of one brand in one place, Nike seems to be popular among the Skyline student body. Trends like...

The Effort Behind Fashion

Maddy Aldrich and Mia Yaeger May 24, 2022
Every day fashion goes in and out of doors, literally. At Skyline High School, the freedom to make fashion choices allows students to represent who they are and what they stand for.
Opinion: Students and Teachers Alike Dealing With Stress

Opinion: Students and Teachers Alike Dealing With Stress

Alexis Wheeler May 17, 2022

“Some of the teachers add a lot of work and then don’t give a lot of time and it makes school stressful,” says 10th grader Hannah Vig. School can affect students’ mental health. A lot of the...

Sneaker Culture at Skyline

Waleska Castaneda-Martinez May 10, 2022

“Getting my Jordan 11 ‘Gym red’ was probably the hardest to get,” said Junior Jayden Potts. “So I had to wait at a Footlocker an hour away. I arrived at 5 am…they opened the store at 10 am.” “Sneakerheads”...

Student getting back into the swing of in person school studying in the Skyline library

How Counselors Suggest Handling Online School

Emily Krese and Dalen Patterson May 10, 2022

“Take a breath”: Skyline counselors give their input on virtual school Students have struggled to face the realities of online school since the rise of Covid. Skyline has had to close down school...

Teacher Feature

Laila Nelson May 10, 2022

One of Mr. Thomas’s hidden talents is that he is a good cook. Mr. Thomas spends his summers coaching swimming, traveling, and dreams of someday getting an RV and traveling the whole country. For Thomas,...

All the Sweet Secrets Behind This Holiday Treat

All the Sweet Secrets Behind This Holiday Treat

Laleh Walker April 27, 2022

While the holidays have past, some classic treats still remain tasty all year long! Now introducing gingerbread houses! When you think about it I’m not really introducing this treat because everyone...

Digging Into the Sneaker Culture at Skyline

Waleska Castaneda-Martinez April 27, 2022

“Getting my Jordan 11 ‘Gym red’ was probably the hardest to get,” said Junior Jayden Potts. “So I had to wait at a Footlocker an hour away. I arrived at 5 am…they opened the store at 10 am.” “Sneakerheads”...

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