“Eagles are the mightiest!” chanted the crowd at the Boulder City High School game. They were cheering for their undefeated football team — their girls’ flag football team, to be exact.
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As debilitating as hypoplastic left heart syndrome and pulmonary stenosis may sound, the thousands of teens living with such heart conditions in Nevada often go unsuspected, distinguishing themselves by their accomplishments rather than their medical records.
Most people think of Latin as a “dead language.” But thanks to the Junior Classical League, Latin is far from that.
From a very young age it has been clear that Helena Lagos is driven.
Knelt down in a runner’s stance, eyes closed, mind clear, you’re only thinking about the race ahead, praying that it’s good and clean.
If you’ve never been to a Garbage Tree show, here’s what to expect: intricate instrumentation, heavy metal riffage and a mane of blond hair whipping you straight in the face.
Alexa Solis interviewed students at Coronado High School.
Three visitors represented the total audience in this simple music classroom with its piano, drum kit and microphones.
The clash and crunch of pads is audible. Players grunt as sweat drips down their faces. They take hit after hit.
After strutting down the hall with Lady Gaga blasting through his earbuds and his hair fluffed up and colored just the way he likes it, Vencent Pallozzi walks into art class ready to put his imagination to work.
Directly participating in the legislative process — expressing their concerns and creating change — is a dream that will become reality for 19 Nevada teens Tuesday , when select members of the Nevada Youth Legislature head to Carson City to testify before the 77th session of the Nevada Legislature. Their goal is to pass SJR-C47, a bill amending the Nevada Constitution to safeguard the Kenny Guinn Millennium Scholarship.
He was the boy who accidentally took two dates to the prom, making sure each girl didn’t know the other.
Jacob Lasky interviewed students at Silverado High School.
The numbers are shocking. According to the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network, or RAINN, one in six women have been the victim of an attempted or completed rape in her lifetime — about 17.7 million women. With this in mind, Elisse Johnson, a 16-year-old junior at The Meadows School, formed the Women Empowerment Club.
“Nerd.” “Ugly.” “Dork.” “Loser.” “Loner.”
“I would be a car that goes.”
“ ‘Dance Moms.’ ”
Even for movie lovers, a trip to the theater in today’s economy can be difficult to justify when paying $8 or more for a ticket and an extra $10 for food and drinks.
Nick Pavlides (or as he is referred to in the classroom, Mr. Pavlides) is a bespectacled, barbigerous man of an amiable deportment and an eclectic taste in music.
Eddie Barrios, Senior
Through religion Brittney Stradling finds that all things are possible.