FHS Press

Empathy for the suffering, disappointment over effect of COVID-19 are not mutually exclusive

Staff Editorial

April 1, 2020

As the COVID-19 epidemic continues to become more and more serious, schools are continuing to push back the date that students are able to return back to campus. This means that events and activities are being cancelled, which is devastating to the student population. Seniors don’t have the option...

Breakfast doesn’t get enough love

Breakfast doesn’t get enough love

Keith Pawlowski, Editorial Editor

April 1, 2020

Busy students rushing to get to school in the morning often put breakfast on the sidelines. This breakfast neglect is understandable. While the age-old saying “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day” has descended into myth, breakfast is an underrated meal of the day. The mass appeal ...

L’Eggo of the Eggo

L’Eggo of the Eggo

Mason Hedge, Managing Editor/Co-Distribution Director

April 1, 2020

Everyone has heard of the phrase, “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” Out of the three square meals a day that is recommended, breakfast is supposed to be the most crucial one. But is breakfast really all that important? Should people be concerned about their diet when they first wake...

It’s essential (oils)

It’s essential (oils)

Hallie Spielman, Webmaster

April 1, 2020

While the world has made advances in technology, people have been developing and rediscovering old alternatives to medicine. Treatments such as cryotherapy or cupping have started to become popular. Additionally, people have continued to look for alternatives to using over-the-counter medicines, whi...

Political silence

Political silence

Baylee Stewart, Co-Editor-in-Chief (Print)/Photo/Design Editor

April 1, 2020

Students have quite a bit of free time to talk to each other throughout the day, whether it be in between classes or at lunch. They talk about what they did the night before, things they’re interested in and even the latest gossip happening in the school. However, there is one topic that is almost nev...

Say yes to surveillance

Say yes to surveillance

Sarah Levenson, Features Editor

February 28, 2020

Being someone who has grown up in the technological era, I can say that even though I feel nostalgic towards the times of my childhood when technology and security was not as big of a deal in our lives as it is now, there are many more reasons why surveillance is necessary to have in today’s world.  ...

Cybersecurity or cyber prison?

Cybersecurity or cyber prison?

JoAnn Sharpless, Managing Editor (Online)

February 28, 2020

We’ve all seen the frightening reports of people hacking into security cameras. People find out that some stranger has been watching their every move or listening to their conversations. Isn’t it crazy how the thing many install into their homes to feel safer is now something that is jeopardizing ...

District curriculum should provide student preparation in computer science, coding

District curriculum should provide student preparation in computer science, coding

Cole Skuse, Business Manager/News Editor/Copy Editor

February 28, 2020

Technology and applications have become a big part of the modern world. The foundation of modern technology is the coding that somebody wrote. In the 1830s, inventor Charles Babbage developed plans for the Analytical Machine — the forerunner of today’s coding machines. Babbage’s friend, Ada Lovelac...

Picture perfect memories

Picture perfect memories

Jalynn Falk, Sports Editor

February 28, 2020

Without the simple click of a camera, many memories would not be recalled. For instance, do you remember what you looked like on the beach when you were five? Well, if you look in your photo album and find your gallery, you will. However, why is that important to have? Pictures allow us to spark conv...

Wasted space

Wasted space

Madison Snavely, Editor-in-Chief (Web)/Asst. Features Editor/Social Media Director/PR/Marketing Director

February 28, 2020

Dust covers the ruins of what is left of this once popular, familiar place. Although it still stands, barely anyone utilizes it and nobody is held accountable for it. The person once in charge was let go years ago, and no student dares to even pick up one of its remaining contents. Technology has taken ...