The Third Presidential Debate: The 2016 Nightmare is Almost Over

The Third Presidential Debate: The 2016 Nightmare is Almost Over and Not a Moment Too Soon By Kaleb McCague There are 19 days left until we elect a new President of the United States. The candidates, Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton, faced off in the last of the three equally disgusting

All or Nothing: Snider Marching Band State

This Saturday the Snider Mighty Panther Marching Band travels to Lawrence Central High School to compete in state competition against 15 other bands for the title of state champions, and the opportunity to perform at Lucas Oil Stadium. Only the first place band will receive this honor, while all other

Teacher journeys from China to Snider

Teacher journey from China to Snider By John Anderson Ms. Abigail Madison, one of nine new teachers at Snider, has spent two years teaching English Language Learning (ELL) in China. Madison graduated from Huntington University, where she majored in English literature and secondary education. Madison knew in college she wanted to do something

Mighty Panther Marching Band

By Drew Furman The Snider Mighty Panther Marching Band is performing their 2016 show titled “Kind of Blue to Green” in competitions across the state. “Kind of Blue to Green” is based on music by Miles Davis, specifically his 1959 album Kind of Blue. Songs from the show include “Milestones,” “Kind

Open Mic Reviews: Blonde

By Jacob Ridenour Three years after the release of the immensely successful Channel Orange, Frank Ocean teased the magazine accompaniment for a record titled Boys Don’t Cry that would release in July of 2015. Droves of internet outrage and one more year of Frank Ocean drought later, Ocean introduced the listening

The Second Presidential Debate: Few Serious Issues, Many Zingers

The Second Presidential Debate: Few Serious Issues, Many Zingers By Kaleb McCague The second presidential debate offered an experience never seen before in a presidential debate. Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton squared off in an extraordinarily personal town-hall style debate. Their first encounter was mediocre at best and offered little in

Here’s what’s cookin’ this fall

Three Pinterest-Tested Dips for your Fall Festivities By Chloe Slen and Kendra McDaniel Chilly fall weather calls for festive treats to eat huddled around the fire. We’ve turned to Pinterest to gather some inspiration. Below are three easy dips for you to enjoy with your friends and family. Brownie Batter Dip                    Recipe from Fake

Snider Makerspace: Setting Trends

Snider Makerspace: Setting Trends By John Anderson   Snider is leading a trend in Makerspace, a place where students can take their creative ideas and turn them into reality.   Schools and libraries across America are putting Makerspace on campuses. Students spend hours in these rooms, trying to get projects finished or to make a

Beyond Pink and Blue: What to Say, What to Do

Beyond Pink and Blue: What to Say, What to Do By: Jess Badyna In recent years, we have seen more exposure to the LGBTQ+ community, and more people becoming comfortable expressing their identities. With the emergence and awareness of non-heteronormative sexualities, there is also another aspect which is vastly different, but just