While the student poll could not measure how much more valuable school success is to students than other activities, it is clear that Snider students face a priority problem. Each student must remember that they can find success without exemplary grades.
One main selling point of the deal is to modify America’s energy system. Supporters of the deal call for the end to nuclear and fossil fuel subsidies. Proponents of the Green New Deal plan to put more money toward sustainable energy research and give workers of fossil fuel companies compensation and benefits.
While buying full stocks to companies like Amazon or Google may not be the most budget friendly option, there are plenty of other cost-effective options to choose from. There is no better time to invest than when you are young.
Junior Braden Shinn pitched 6 innings and recorded 5 strikeouts, as Varsity Baseball beat Canterbury 12-2. Girls Softball took advantage of 6 errors, as they beat Lakewood Park Christian 13-6. Senior Chloe Smithley won 6-3 6-0, but Girls Tennis fell just short to the Concordia Cadets on the road 3-2.
Jorgensen chose to attend Butler University in Indianapolis, where she plans to major in biochemistry, then enroll in the Physician’s Assistant Program at Butler. She plans to be a physician assistant in a psychiatric care center and later earn her PhD to open an inpatient facility for children.
Varsity Baseball lost at home to the Bishop Luers Saints 3-2. Varsity Softball lost to the North Side Legends on the road 12-8.
Each year, the Women’s Press Club of Indiana – our state chapter of the National Federation of Press Women – invites high school and college journalism students in Indiana to submit their articles for feedback and awards. The following journalism students won awards for their articles written from February 2018 to January 2019. A total of five Snider journalism students won nine awards in this competition.
Varsity Baseball lost at home to the Dekalb Barons 7-2. The Panthers are now 6-2 on the season. Boys Track won the Northrop-Wayne meet, with senior Bryce Jennings placing first overall in the 1600 and sophomore Julian Slater placing first overall in the 3200. Girls Track won the 4×4 relay, but finished second overall in the Northrop-Wayne meet. Multiple seniors signed their letters of intent to play sports at the collegiate level.
Food in the classroom has single handedly ruined education. Too many times students have had to endure the putrid smell of fast food and the remnants of the odors permeating students’ clothing and making them horribly self-conscious of their smell for the rest of the day.
Varsity Baseball took down the South Side Archers at Parkview Field 7-2. Senior Jeffrey Tolbert Jr. pitched 13 strikeouts in 6 innings.