Life Through Lenses: Olivia Cropper’s Walk Through Photography

Life Through Lenses: Olivia Cropper’s Walk Through Photography

By: Mara Winters Olivia Cropper, a Junior at Jenks High School and up and coming photographer, and I walk the streets of downtown Tulsa. Street by street we recognize the buildings and alleyways that have appeared in many of her photos. She carries a sense of pride with her as we walk. Finally, we sit [...]

Gwenith Madhan Doodles Her Way to National Recognition

Gwenith Madhan Doodles Her Way to National Recognition

By: Abigail Chow On August 31, Google recognized Jenks sophomore Gwenith Madhan as one of the Top 5 National Finalists in the 2020 Doodle for Google competition.  Doodle for Google is an annual national contest sponsored by Google for students in grades K-12. Of the “tens of thousands” of entries Google said they received, 54 [...]

Three JHS Musicians vs. One Pandemic: How They Utilized Their Musical Abilities in a Time of Change

Three JHS Musicians vs. One Pandemic: How They Utilized Their Musical Abilities in a Time of Change

By: Sophia Stunkard “My heart, which is so full to overflowing, has often been solaced and refreshed by music when sick and weary.” ― Martin Luther King Jr.  For three of Jenks High School’s very own musicians, their way of demonstrating and expressing their musical abilities have been completely altered due to the effects of [...]

Brand New: Brook Lade

Brand New: Brook Lade

By Matty Mooney As the school year begins and students enter the classroom once more, new faces are not surprising. As much as Jenks loves to welcome new people and new teachers to our school, many feel overwhelmed, whether it's because of the crazy amount of students or the ever rampant COVID-19. However, they quickly [...]