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What We’re Wearing: Fashion Trends at SHS

September 19, 2018 6:07pm | Estephania Montes

Fashion at Springdale High School is very different. You see people wearing new trends and people who wear outdated trends. There are many trends going on at our school that you might be wearing right now. First, let’s talk about the basic shoes everyone wears. […]

Meet the New Assistant Principal, Kevin Snavely

September 17, 2018 6:19pm | Dimitri Clark

Outgoing, kind-hearted, and a Bulldog through and through are the words that come to mind when you think of our new Sophomore Assistant Principal, Mr Snavely. Snavely is not a new Bulldog around here as he comes from a family that has spent generations at […]

Angel Fonseca Talks Goals, Pep Rallies, and the Pressure of Being STUCO President

September 7, 2018 6:29pm | Diana Campos

  As students returned to school this August, they found the rotunda littered with poster welcoming them back to Springdale High. Glitter, paint, and the good old red and white colors covered every inch of the school. Unbeknown to the common student body, weeks of planning, […]

Teens Fill Weekend Hours with Activity, Work

March 12, 2018 5:28pm | Luis Mejia

On Friday nights, after a stressful week full of classes and homework, Springdale High School Junior Eduardo Aguilar packs his trumpet in his case and hops in a van with eight other musicians and heads to a restaurant, quinceanera, or wedding reception where he’ll spend […]

Tragedy Sparks Activism in High School Students

February 16, 2018 6:10pm | Riley Kirk

Eighteen…the number of school shootings since January 1st of this year, and the age of many of the victims from these incidents. In just over one month, the U.S. has managed to become home to several school shootings that have left cities in confused devastation […]

Suffering in Silence

January 18, 2018 6:27pm | Riley Kirk

  As human beings, our minds tend to be our greatest asset. We are complex and can express individuality only because of them. To some, however, the mind is an uncontrollable and unforgiving part of the body that causes significant suffering and inability to function […]

Holiday Leftovers Who?

December 7, 2017 6:23pm | Jozey Okelley

Holiday Leftovers Who? One of the down sides to all of the holiday joy, is the leftovers that you’re left with for weeks. It’s not that you don’t want leftovers, it’s that after awhile you get tired of turkey, ham, green beans, mashed potatoes, and […]

Top 10 Thanksgiving Foods of 2017

November 28, 2017 6:44pm | Brooke Bayley

From turkey, to casseroles, to the delicious pies, everyone has their favorite Thanksgiving dish. Mrs. Swearingen’s Journalism class, we put together a list of the 10 most popular Thanksgiving dishes of 2017. All of these ingredients can be found at your local Walmart or superstore. […]

Marshallese Strive to Keep Traditions Alive in Springdale

March 13, 2017 5:09pm | Luis Mejia

Culture is a large concept that encompasses traditions, art, customs, and music. The culture of specific people add to who they are and create diversity among people and make them unique. A person can travel all around the world and will discover that every place […]

Leading By Example-Diana Lobaton

March 13, 2017 5:06pm | Ivar Lobaton

Schools take pride in their students who are eager to learn and give back to their community. A student who sets the standards quite high at Springdale High School is Diana Lobaton, head of the school’s food pantry, as well as president of the French […]

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