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Dakota Stolte

Dakota Stolte

Zach Stair, Staff Reporter
April 13, 2015
Filed under Teen Culture

Regardless of your upbringing, living in the United States has been a pretty good time right? Imagine living in a country which has a war being fought on your soil. The turmoil of war can’t be described accurately through the words on the internet but such a thing you have to experience in person and...

Changes being made

Changes being made

Tori Deardorff, Staff Reporter
April 9, 2015
Filed under Teen Culture

As most people have heard by now Meridian's school district as a whole is undergoing a plethora of changes. From building a whole new school, to transitioning from classroom to classroom trying to fit all the teachers and students into the very modified building that is being used. Not only is the...

Valengrams come to Meridian

Mattie Williams, Staff Reporter
February 17, 2015
Filed under News, Teen Culture

A few Meridian students decided to switch up the original “send your crush a crush can” to Valengrams. Four boys volunteered themselves to sing any song of the buyers choice to anyone in the school that they wanted. The four spent every study hall hour the week prior to Valentine's Day singing to...

Winter Semi-Formal

Winter Semi-Formal

Mattie Williams, Staff Reporter
January 21, 2015
Filed under Teen Culture

Meridian High School held its First Annual Winter Semi-Formal. The week prior to the dance had dress up days including: All-American Monday, Twin Tuesday, I Woke Up Like This Wednesday, Favorite Artist Thursday, and Spirit Friday. The student council really wanted to have another dance besides Homecoming...

Celebrate graduation times, come on!

Celebrate graduation times, come on!

Dakota Grandfield, Staff Reporter
December 31, 2014
Filed under Teen Culture

Are you going to need a graduation party planner this year? You can give your high school graduate a party that will be the highlight of their achievement. Whether it's a small get together or a large bash, its success is in the planning. Here is what you will need to do to make a graduation party...

The struggle of living up to your siblings

The struggle of living up to your siblings

Emma Boliard, Staff Reporter
December 31, 2014
Filed under Teen Culture

Many have older siblings that have walked these halls before us. For a lot of us, it’s hard to fill their shoes. When teachers have already had your older brother or sister, it may feel like they expect you to be like them. When you do not meet those standards, it can get stressful. When students...

Hawks Hotspot

Hawks Hotspot

Zach Stair, Staff Reporter
December 3, 2014
Filed under News, Teen Culture

During the cold winter months, coffee and hot chocolate often do the job of keeping you warm and starting off your day right. Very soon, students will be able to take advantage of this at Meridian High School. Starting December 3, the Hawks Hotspot will officially open and be available from the start...

Volleyball, soccer, track, and knife throwing

Volleyball, soccer, track, and knife throwing

Nathan Williams, Staff Reporter
October 21, 2014
Filed under Teen Culture

Kendra Merris is in tenth grade at Meridian High School.  She was born in Decatur, Illinois. She may seem nervous in the beginning, but turns out to be very helpful. After Merris gets comfortable, she opens up and becomes smiley and giggly. She finally said, Miss Moore is her favorite teacher, for...

Amber Stoots beats seizures

Amber Stoots beats seizures

Clayton Moore, Staff Reporter
October 21, 2014
Filed under Teen Culture

Amber Stoots is an eleventh grader at Meridian High School. When she is not out riding her four wheelers or making money at Arby’s in Mt. Zion, Stoots enjoys watching Pretty Little Liars or Awkward. Stoots enjoys band class, as she enjoys listening to pop and country. Algebra is her favorite clas...

The Life of Kassidy Grandy

The Life of Kassidy Grandy

Mattie Williams, Staff Reporter
October 21, 2014
Filed under Teen Culture

The roar of the engines and the mud flying everywhere are just a couple of the factors that make mudding so exciting for Kassidy Grandy. Grandy, a girl originally from Rochester, New York, moved to the small town of Boody, Illinois, when she was only in Pre-K. Kassidy is now a freshman at Meridian. She...

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