As Seen in My Trash Can

By Bella Skinner Just because you see something on television, doesn’t mean it’s actually true. With alluring commercials and bold statements, it is easy to be persuaded by the advertisers to spend your hard-earned money on their products before weighing out the pros and cons, especially with the Christma approaching and the need for gift [...]

I’ll be home for Life day: A Review of the Star Wars Holiday Special

I’ll be home for Life day: A Review of the Star Wars Holiday Special

By Hayden Alexander Ah, the Star Wars Holiday Special, the hour and thirty-minute cringe-fest that Star Wars fans would rather forget. It’s like Fight Club, but without the good story, acting, or the fights.  Just like Fight Club, we don’t talk about the Star Wars Holiday Special...EVER. As a Star Wars fan of 11 yrs, [...]

The Art of Film

By: Isabella Arias Movies, tv shows, and other filmed media are widely consumed in 2019, to say the least. But where did all of the famous directors, producers, and screenwriters start? For most, the answer is in high school. Jenks High School has several film classes available for students to take. Part of this class [...]

Return of The Great Debate

Return of The Great Debate

By Greg Tiller With Washington as contentious as ever and candidates gearing up for primary season, there is no shortage of controversial topics to lead into heated discussions. But a long-standing Jenks High School tradition hopes to help ease the tensions. The Great Debate was held once again, with four teachers representing very different ideologies [...]

Dad Chats, Episode 1: Mark Siebert

Hosted by Jordan McCown - The Podcast where dads chat We speak with Mark Siebert, father of: Elise, Aaron, Brian. In our very first episode, discusses what it's like to raise boys vs. girls, how to disagreements with your kids, and what you should buy your Dad for Christmas. https://dad-chats.simplecast.com/episodes/mark-siebert We start off our first [...]