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Serving up success, Tiffiany Gilliam

Serving up success, Tiffiany Gilliam

Connor Hurelbrink, Reporter

October 3, 2016


Filed under Profile Stories

Tiffiany Gilliam works close to 40 hours a week at Steak 'n Shake because it's a good first job. Gilliam is like many other students at Meridian High School. She enjoys hanging out with her friends and playing video games. She has a weekend and after school job; however, unlike other students, sh...

Let’s chat about Snapchat

Let’s chat about Snapchat

Madison Heidemann, Reporter

May 11, 2016


Filed under Teen Culture

Ever noticed all these photos posted to social media that are face swapped, have bunny ears or even dog ears? That pretty much sums up Snapchat nowadays. “I think everyone should have Snapchat, it is pretty cool and fun to use. My favorite filter is the bunny one,” says senior Danielle Talley. ...

What are the Odds?

What are the Odds?

Lauren Duffer, Reporter

May 10, 2016


Filed under Teen Culture

Meridian High School students have been playing a game called “What are the Odds.” This game is becoming more and more prevalent throughout the halls. What are the Odds is a game that is designed to have the loser perform a funny or embarrassing task. To start the game someone must ask “Wha...

If eyes could speak, which one would they pick?

If eyes could speak, which one would they pick?

Cinda Vaughn, Reporter

April 21, 2016


Filed under Teen Culture

Here at Meridian, we have students who wear glasses and contacts,  we also have students who wear one, but not the other. Which do they prefer to wear? Glasses are for the people who don't have perfect eyesight and need help to see, like if they are nearsighted, farsighted or they just can't see....

Life in the fast lane

Life in the fast lane

Gabriel Scott, Reporter

April 20, 2016


Filed under News, Teen Culture

Senior Luke Damery is one of Meridian High School's students who race at Macon Speedway. Macon Speedway is home to the famous Saturday night races in Macon, and members of the community/study body attend these races on a weekly basis. Some students even partake in the races. One student though doesn...

Corryn’s top 5 “prom ships”

Corryn’s top 5 “prom ships”

Corryn Brock, Reporter

April 18, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Teen Culture

"Ships" are relationships that have either not happened yet or couples that people think are cute together. Many ships are floating around Meridian High School in the 2016 prom season. From senior-senior couples to senior-freshman couples, most people have a couple they think should attend prom together....

Prom special at La Vanité Salon

Prom special at La Vanité Salon

Jennifer Galloway, Reporter

April 12, 2016


Filed under Galloway's Fashion Advice, Showcase

Blue Mound native, Andrew Holmgren, is offering a prom special at his local salon, La Vanité Salon. Attention all prom goers! Are you looking to slay at prom 2016? La Vanité Salon has got you covered! Don’t wait too long, book an appointment while you still can. For this year's prom, La Vanité is having a...

Got dresses?

Got dresses?

Madison Heidemann, Reporter

March 29, 2016


Filed under Teen Culture

Looking for a prom dress, tux or other formal wear? Whether it is a plain simple dress or something big and flashy, look no further because this article just might help. Have you gotten your prom dress or tuxedo yet? While many are still looking for the perfect one, some students have already foun...

80’s attire for Meridian’s ROA show

80’s attire for Meridian’s ROA show

Jennifer Galloway, Reporter

March 4, 2016


Filed under Galloway's Fashion Advice

Support Meridian High School’s production of Rock of Ages by getting your 80’s rock attire on. Get ready to rock out on March 4 & 5 with Meridian High School’s production of Rock of Ages. Rock of Ages is originally a Broadway musical set in the late 1980’s. This musical is built around classic...

Senioritis

Senioritis

Lauren Duffer, Reporter

February 23, 2016


Filed under Teen Culture

During this time of year, SENIORITIS becomes widespread throughout the halls of Meridian High School. Senioritis is a made up “illness” that many students get in their final year of high school. Even though there is no scientific evidence to support the imaginary disease, many students claim to have...

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