The High Life

Nestlé Recalls Rubber Contaminated Cookie Dough

Nestlé Recalls Rubber Contaminated Cookie Dough

Kaylea Herrman, Photo Editor

November 8, 2019

Recently on October 31st Nestlé, one of the most well known food brands in the USA, issued a recall. This brand has voluntarily recalled 26 different kinds of refrigerated cookie dough because of a rubber substance that has been found in it. If the code on the back of the Nestlé products begins with...

If The People Stop Recycling Then There Will Be A Huge Impact On The Landfill

If The People Stop Recycling Then There Will Be A Huge Impact On The Landfill

Katelyn Mintzer, Sports Editor

November 1, 2019

  Recycling helps preserve important natural materials and protects natural habitats for the future. Recycling protects the environment, saves energy, and reduces landfill. When we recycle, it gets reproduced into new produces. As recycling saves energy it also reduces greenhouse gas emission...

Do you trust Fast-food?

Do you trust Fast-food?

Ella Dysinger, Staff Writer

October 29, 2019

I’m guessing you like most fast-food restaurants, right? So do I, and one of my favorites is Braums. When I go there I know that skilled people are working on my order and I don’t worry about a thing. This is because they have a wide counter, and I usually see my order being prepared. I see the chef ...

The Effects of Social Media

The Effects of Social Media

Maleiah Ewert, Managing Editor

October 28, 2019

  It’s no secret it has become a trend to blame social media for the negative effects on our growing society.  We tend to overlook what social media has contributed to our greater good. Social media has brought many social and business benefits to our everyday lives. Social media is often...

New stadium: Can We Afford It?

New stadium: Can We Afford It?

Group of first year writers, staff writers

October 21, 2019

McPherson High School students give their opinion:   Many students have dreamed about what their ideal school would look like. While the McPherson High School may not be the science fiction school we all dreamed of, it fits all students inside unlike the stadium at the McPherson College. ...

College Opportunities at MHS

College Opportunities at MHS

Kaylea Herrman, Photo Editor

October 18, 2019

On Monday, October 14th students attended a college fair that was held at McPherson High School. From 1-2:30pm they were able to walk around the round house and look at colleges they may want to attend in their lives after high school. This fair was held specifically for 10th-12th graders. A total of...

MHS Student Are Now Being Caught off Task In Class Because Of An App Called DyKnow

MHS Student Are Now Being Caught off Task In Class Because Of An App Called DyKnow

Katelyn Mintzer, Sports Editor

October 15, 2019

Students at McPherson High School have fewer opportunities for getting off task during class. Many teachers are now using an app called DyKnow. DyKnow is a classroom management software that helps teachers keep students on task. This software has been trying to help the teacher defeat distractions in ...

McPherson High School Fall Homecoming 2019

McPherson High School Fall Homecoming 2019

Ella Buschbom

October 11, 2019

High school year is a very important time in a young adult’s life, it’s where you make really good friends, start dating, decide what you’re going to do in the future, college and whatever else. A lot of the big things that happen in high school are sports and dances. We get excited for football, ba...

KAYS Volunteers at MHS Bloodrive

KAYS Volunteers at MHS Bloodrive

Kaylea Herrman, Photo Editor

October 10, 2019

This Wednesday, October 9th there was a blood drive at MHS organized by KAY club members accompanied by the Red Cross. If eligible, students were able to come donate blood in the small gym starting at 8:00 a.m. There were plenty of KAY volunteers taking part as well as many eager donors wanting to make...

Choose Peace – Anti-Bullying Awareness Week

Choose Peace – Anti-Bullying Awareness Week

Kaylea Herrman, Photo Editor

October 10, 2019

This October is bullying prevention month. In the state of Kansas, the week of the 7th-13th is dedicated to Anti-Bullying Awareness. Founded by PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center, this campaign is meant to bring communities together in order to educate and raise awareness on prevention of...

Best movies 2019 (so far)

Skyler Porter, staff writer

October 2, 2019

About 108 major movies came out in 2019 or have been announced to release in 2019. So say it is movie night at home or you really want to go see a movie with your friends at your local theater. There's so many options so here's some of the best movies of all different types for your viewing experien...

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