Roberson Spanish teacher Muriel Singer has been speaking three languages her entire life. Although she is fluent in both English and Spanish, neither are her native language. Singer was born in La Chapelle St. Mesmin, France, and remembers first learning [...]
Letterman jackets have been a symbol of athleticism for over 100 years. However, recently, more and more student athletes have opted out of the trend by not purchasing the jackets when they get their letters. The letterman jacket was first [...]
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Hey everyone! For this blog I decided to try out the DIY whiteboard. I saw these and I thought that they would be really cool to use as a decoration in somebody’s room,and they are also useful. I like decorating stuff in my room, especially when the [...]
header picture courtesy/MIKE RICE/Asheville Citizen-Times The swim team’s list of achievements has continued growing as more seasons pass by. Senior Mitchell Stanek arrives at the pool by 5:15 a.m four days out of the week to practice for the YMCA [...]
A nonprofit organization called 12 Baskets Cafe has recently gained the attention of various media outlets for using food to break down barriers and offer help to Asheville’s homeless population. One problem that Shannon Spencer believes the city faces is [...]
Hey guys! As you know, I’m going to be trying out different Pinterest pins to see if they work before you try them. Pinterest has some pretty cool ideas on it but they don’t always work, so this blog is here to show you my experiences of testing pins and [...]
Theatre students, ready to showcase their work, will be putting on the production “Harvey” for this year’s fall play. “Harvey,” an unusual comedy written in 1944 by American playwright Mary Chase, is a different style of play than what has been performed [...]