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Photography

May 12, 2017
Filed under Features

Ayreal Allen, Class of 2018 Ayreal Allen is a junior here at TCHS. Allen says she and her friends found an injured butterfly on this day and took pictures of it. She appreciates the beauty in nature and loves to express herself through photography. “It let’s me express myself in a different ...

Words From the Wisdom Toothless

Words From the Wisdom Toothless

Mildred
April 11, 2017
Filed under Features

With seven letters, I can conjure up immense feelings of fear and dread into the heart of the most fragile child or the epitome of a hyper-masculine man - dentist. However, when teens reach their mid-teens, a whole new fear inducing phenomena rears its ugly head : wisdom teeth. If you’re like the ave...

Pi Day: A Math Miracle

Pi Day: A Math Miracle

Ivy Neal, Writer
April 11, 2017
Filed under Features

For many, the irrational number of Pi is met with confusion, dread and even unease as they are forced to complete equations using the numeric constant. However, on March 14, the number of Pi is annually celebrated by both the mathematical lovers and despisers. Without any surprise, it is the math...

Vote On Your Favorite Story Beginning, and the Winning Story Will Be Finished Next Edition

Vote On Your Favorite Story Beginning, and the Winning Story Will Be Finished Next Edition

Veronica Buis, Writer
March 2, 2017
Filed under Features, Student Art and Creative Writing

STORY 1 Wake up. It’s 4:47 a.m. Time to start the day. Put my prayer rings on. Set up my prayer mat. Repeat my morning mantra. “ Ngamana uyise eli nhlabathi undi sikelele mna zonke izenzo zam kule mini. Ngamana yonke mna ukumkholisa kwaye zonke ezi khoyo yakhe. May Mantun zezulu ngesandla kuba...

Pick Your Poison

Pick Your Poison

Ivy Neal, Writer
March 2, 2017
Filed under Features

With the many upcoming fees being placed on high school students; senior trips, school clubs, overnight competitions and AP fees it can be a tight time. However for all those needing a job here are some professional backstories on how to find the right job for your limited abilities, complex schedules...

Homecoming 2017 Highlights

February 9, 2017
Filed under Features

Homecoming brings many things to mind: the big game, tailgating... and costumes.  These are some of our personal favourites from homecoming week, from Disney day to Jersey day.

Ace the ACT

Hayley Watson, Co-Editor
February 1, 2017
Filed under Features

The ACT is a test everyone has to take. College admission committees decide which students are admitted into their schools with great consideration of this one test. ACT also plays a large role in deciding what kind of scholarships are available to which students. No pressure. While some are natural test tak...

The Speak Easy Spoke Easy

The Speak Easy Spoke Easy

Jackson Martin, Writer
February 1, 2017
Filed under Features

At a time when the small town of Campbellsville, Kentucky, is undergoing a rapid period of growth, one small shop on the corner of Main Street in particular has caught the attention of a fair number of people: The Spoke Easy Bike Shop, owned by Scott Hess. A relatively small building at only 9...

Transatlanticism: The Challenges of Being in a Long Distance Relationship

Transatlanticism: The Challenges of Being in a Long Distance Relationship

Chelsea Carroll, Writer
January 26, 2017
Filed under Features

“The Atlantic was born today, and I’ll tell you how.” The lyrics in Death Cab for Cutie’s song “Transatlanticism” manages to perfectly describe the feeling of being in a long distance relationship. It’s very difficult to be so far from someone you love. Whether it’s cities, states, or ...

Under the Radar: It’s Always the Quiet Ones

Alanna Elwood, Editor
January 19, 2017
Filed under Features

With a messy bob of curly blond hair, only breached by wide curious eyes, senior Chelsea Carroll can usually be spotted in the very front row in any of her given honors classes. A petite character, usually clad in cardigans and quirky t- shirts, Carroll is your typical high school nerd. Besides he...

Kicking It Up In KYA

Kicking It Up In KYA

Ivy Neal, writer
December 5, 2016
Filed under Features

For the first time ever Coach P proudly led his group of  38 delegates into the premises of the Kentucky Youth Assembly at the Crowne Plaza in Louisville. Here the TC delegates in both the “Senate” and the “House” could proudly debate all of the bills provided by fellow high school students. For...

TCHS Students Host Veterans Ceremony

TCHS Students Host Veterans Ceremony

Ali Miller, Writer
December 5, 2016
Filed under Features

Veterans Day is about the anniversary of the signing of the armistice and about the veterans being thanked for their service to the United States. At Taylor County High School, we had an assembly on November 11, and we invited veterans to come and be thanked for their service, for going out of the...

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