Coding the Future: Reid Sotkin Wins 2020 Congressional App Challenge

Coding the Future: Reid Sotkin Wins 2020 Congressional App Challenge

By: Hayden Alexander Our world is changing one technological advancement at a time. A hundred years ago the notion of being able to hold a supercomputer in our pockets or have all the information we could possibly want at the push of a button was unimaginable. Today, technology is moving faster than ever and the [...]

A Second Shot: Carson Cooper’s Story

A Second Shot: Carson Cooper’s Story

By Avery Hudkins Could you imagine stepping onto a basketball court with the fluorescent lights beating down on you after being precisely moments away from death over just a month ago? Incredible right? That’s exactly what Carson Cooper, a senior at Jenks high school, did this basketball season.  Diagnosed with Minimal Change as a freshman, [...]

What to Watch: Most Anticipated Movies of 2021

What to Watch: Most Anticipated Movies of 2021

By: Emma Zeller As our world returns to normalcy, everyone is finally able to get back into their normal routines- even though they may be different. We’ve switched from restaurant dining to takeout food, hugs to elbow bumps, and sadly, movie theaters to T.V.’s. Last year, many anticipated releases were postponed. This year, we reap [...]

“Ghost” of Jenks Past: Short Film by Jenks Alumni gets featured at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival

“Ghost” of Jenks Past: Short Film by Jenks Alumni gets featured at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival

By: Abigail Chow Jenks Alumni Joe Cappa’s animated short film, “Ghost Dogs,” is a specially selected film that will be screening at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival on Saturday, January 30th. Cappa graduated from the class of 2003 at Jenks High School and was the senior class president. After working for a couple of advertising [...]