Migraines. Blurred vision. Constant stress. These are the worries and struggles junior Spencer Tuttle has been faced with in the last nine months. In Jan. 2012, he was diagnosed with germinoma, a malignant brain tumor. “I started to have migraines every other day and they become a constant bother,” Tuttle said. “I went to UMC Quick Care and they told me I just had bad allergies, so they gave me an allergy pill.” Tuttle’s headaches continued, as did his daily discomfort. The allergy pill had no effect on him.
On Oct. 17, a town hall was held in room 200 to get students involved in the presentation.
C.H.A.N.C.E. club has been in charge of collecting food donations from each class as part of an annual food drive.
Every year in the United States alone, approximately 13,400 children under the age of 19 are diagnosed with cancer.
Instead of their usual weekly meetings, the club has decided to bring their love of Harry Potter into the community.
GISHWHES (the Greatest International Scavenger Hunt the World has Ever Seen) ran from October 29th to November 5th.
One text behind the wheel is just as dangerous as deciding to drive after having had four beers.
Freshman Jacob McKenna’s life is consumed by his passion for ice hockey.
The Twilight Saga, written by author Stephanie Meyer, has fallen from fame now that readers have had time to digest the books.
Group IV is a project for the science International Baccalaureate program.
The Las Vegas Zombie run was held Oct. 28 at Sunset Park, raising an estimated $75,000.