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Key Club’s impact on me

Kaylebb Stahmer, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017


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Volunteering. What a crazy concept. These were my thoughts on the matter for the longest time. When a friend of mine attempted to invite me into the fold of Key Club, I didn’t even know what it was, or why I would ever like doing that sort of thing. At first I was skeptical about making a comm...

A Holiday Season Full of Personal Nostalgia

Julia Gremaux, Photo Editor

December 7, 2017


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During the holidays I certainly feel much more giving and in the mood to be nicer to everyone around me. Santa Claus has been a long-time expired myth for me, so why do I want to be so nice even if I’m not afraid of being on Santa’s bad side during the holiday season? There is an actual diagnosi...

Crocs are the ugliest shoes in the world

Maygie Li, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017


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Ever since 2002, Crocs have flipped the world upside down. The fashion sense of Americans is out of control and needs to be stopped. If anybody doesn’t know what Crocs are, they've been living under a rock, and they should probably stay there because then those horrid shoes don’t exist in their wo...

Journalistic writing an underrated art that is being ignored

Journalistic writing an underrated art that is being ignored

Gabrielle Pope, Online editor

December 1, 2017


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The media -- and journalists in general -- have gotten such a bad rap lately with all these ideas of “fake news” circulating and biased news stations. This negative attention has made me question what it really means to be a journalist. Journalism is taking other people’s words and experiences...

Student journalist gleans lessons from peers as well as experts at conference

Mackenzie George, Editor in Chief

October 13, 2017


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Part of me still wonders whether the 2017 Al Neuharth Free Spirit and Journalism Conference was some kind of social experiment. Throw a kid from every state, plus one from D.C., into a room and see what happens. If I’d been in on it, I would have predicted cliques would form and competition would ensu...

Complacency

Mackenzie George, Editor in Chief

September 15, 2017


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I thought I knew what my biggest fear was. I had it all lined out in a concrete answer, the way some people might describe their terror of the dark. My spiel went something like this: “I fear complacency. My biggest fear is that one day, people will become desensitized to all these awful things happe...

Exchange student meets her family again after ten months

Aurora Oden, Staff Writer

June 7, 2017


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The feeling of getting closer to summer break is always something special to me. The excitement of knowing that I have the whole summer in front of me without worrying about school is to me, amazing. Just knowing that I can spend my time on whatever I want to do is something I’m really looking forward...

Being respectful has power

Jessica Banks, Opinion Editor

May 26, 2017


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My parents have always taught me that treating others with respect is one of the most important things you can do. Whether it be someone you like or dislike, a person is a person and respect is the same all around. I have grown up knowing that it is especially important to respect adults. Calling ...

Special Election

Mackenzie George, Editor In Chief

May 26, 2017


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They don’t call it a “special election” for nothing. With Ryan Zinke appointed Secretary of the Interior, Montana is in the midst of a political race to fill Zinke’s seat in the House of Representatives. It’s not just the timing that makes this election interesting. The two main party candidates c...

EDITORIAL: Meaningful schedules aren’t crammed with opens

May 11, 2017


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For underclassmen, scheduling is over and done. Electives have been selected, opens have been placed as strategically as possible. And here at the Stampede, we’re feeling the effects of a high school populus desperate for as much free time as possible. Seniors are allowed up to three opens (when in...

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