A Pointless Divide

A Pointless Divide

By Aaron Siebert There is a vast valley dividing the people of America today. It can be seen from any news outlet or media. The entire country has dissolved into an us vs. them mentality. Whether it’s red vs. blue, right vs. left, or any other spin we can put on those two sides.  While [...]

United but Divided: How Opposite Party Students Think During the Election

United but Divided: How Opposite Party Students Think During the Election

By: Matty Mooney  As the 2020 election approaches, voting is more important than ever. But, if voter morale is low, who do we turn to? Voting is one of the first choices that young adults can make, and many choose to skip out on a decision that could in turn impact their future. Now more [...]

How to Love

How to Love

Editorial by Charlotte Suttee Modern Valentine’s Day is marketed for romance, but I believe there’s much more to love than your cute boyfriend (real or imaginary) this unofficial-holiday season. Here’s a brief list of ways we can love 5 things: planet, country, school, others, and, of course, yourself. Love the Planet: “Only buy food that [...]

Students Get Involved with Politics at JHS

Students Get Involved with Politics at JHS

BY Izzy Pankey As midterms approach, politics are becoming a more important thing for people to be thinking about and getting involved in. From getting out there and telling people to vote or even just getting students in on the conversation, Young Republicans and Young Democrats Clubs are getting students involved. Even though majority of [...]

Adulting 101: A High Schooler’s Guide On How to Vote

Adulting 101: A High Schooler’s Guide On How to Vote

While the vast majority of students at Jenks do not meet the age requirements to participate in elections, the test is upon the select amount of seniors that have crossed the threshold into adulthood. Oklahoma midterm elections are being held on November 6th, 2018. This will be new adults’ first chance to head to the [...]