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Then VS Now: The School Files

Jordan West, Reporter

April 30, 2020

Our parents grew up in a whole different generation than us. That makes it seem like the way we’re growing up is so much different than when they were growing up. But, is it really that much different? “Technology is definitely dominant, especi...

First Responders: The Intricacies of the Front Lines

Haylee Harrell, Editor in Chief

April 30, 2020

     As the global pandemic of COVID-19 continues to spread, an outcry of support for first responders and essential workers has erupted all over social media platforms. Posts featuring hashtags such as #FirstResponder, #ThinG...

Distance Learning: The Intricacies of the Home Front

Caroline Connolly, Web Editor; Reporter

April 30, 2020

With the rapid development of the COVID-19 pandemic, schools across the globe have closed for varying lengths of time. Distance learning was swiftly established as a solution to the disconnect, the transition being practicall...

Disconnected: Education without Connection

Caroline Connolly, Web Editor; Reporter

April 8, 2020

With the vast majority of schools switching over to remote learning, many students are being left behind. Nationalized online education is feasible for the first time in history due to a largely globalized society, but distric...

‘Young readers build future leaders’: Park Hill student works to build up young readers

Anna Turnbull, Editor-In-Chief

November 19, 2019

“To be successful in any career you will need to know how to read,” said Torin Stephens, a student at Park Hill High School and employee of the Mid-Continent Public Library.  Stephens went through an extensive interview...

Addition to the Feature: Behind the Cosplay Characters

Anna Turnbull, Editor-In-Chief

May 27, 2019

As The Trojan covered in the latest issue, a specialized dressed group of people, cosplayers, it is important to take a deeper look into who makes the magic happen. “What I do is I take commissions from people, so they pay me t...

A+ College of the Week

A+ College of the Week

March 14, 2019

Weirdest Love Stories in History

Dana Labart, Reporter

February 12, 2019

Bonnie & Clyde: Bonnie and Clyde, an infamous American outlaw couple, met in Texas in 1930. She was 19 and he was 21. They “fell in love” right after meeting through a mutual friend, but their bond only grew strong...

Senior Caitlin Lash spends time at a Trojan Buddies with buddies furry and not so furry.

The Bestest of Buddies

January 16, 2019

What Do Criminals Look For?

Ashlynn Baugher, Reporter

January 14, 2019

Seven seconds is all it takes for a criminal to decide on whether you are a good victim. What does the criminal look for? What makes a victim an easy target? How can you prevent yourself from being a victim of crime? As weird ...

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