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Day 83

Day 83

Bailey Stover June 8, 2020
During her 83rd day of social distancing, senior Bailey Stover contacted a Spanish professor, wrote thank you cards and spent time with her family.
Junior Audrey Novinger practices her flute. Photo by Brooke Novinger.

Day 2

Audrey Novinger March 19, 2020
Junior Audrey Novinger talks about what she is doing on her second day of social distancing and describes her thoughts on this year's spring.
An eye opener: Senior Daphneé Brown pokes her head out of the milky bath to gaze into the camera. The glistening blue of her eyes was in clear contrast with the muted reds, whites and greens in her surroundings. Photo by Camryn DeVore.

Minimalism brings unobtrusive beauty

Camryn DeVore December 21, 2019
I started with highly filtered versions of posed photos on the automatic setting of a camera. One of my first models was Daphnee Brown.
CACC students prepare for flower sale

CACC students prepare for flower sale

Kai Ford April 15, 2019

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A bee lands on a flower to pollinate it. Photo by Myriams-Fotos.

Plant more flowers to save the bees

Will Cover May 17, 2018

[dropcap style="flat" size="3"]B[/dropcap]ees are crucial to our very existence and daily lives, but our actions are forcing the insects into extinction. The Department of Etymology at Maryland reported...

CACC horticulture classes hold annual Holiday Sale

CACC horticulture classes hold annual Holiday Sale

Cassidy Viox December 2, 2016
The Columbia Area Career Center will host its horticulture sale on Dec. 12 and 13. CACC classes will be making all arrangements and selling them.
Career Center greenhouse has final sale of the year

Career Center greenhouse has final sale of the year

John Flanegin May 26, 2015

The Career Center’s greenhouse held their last sale of the school year from 1 - 5 pm today. The sale consisted of a multitude of plants, ranging from flowers such as geraniums, lantanas, and sunpatiens...

Photo by Drew Rodgers

Prom not for everyone

Jay Whang April 26, 2014

Every May, high school seniors dressed in nice tuxedos and dresses ride limousines to high school prom, short for promenade. Prom started back in the 19th century, when American universities held them...

Music director wins Columbia Fund for Academic Excellence award

Music director wins Columbia Fund for Academic Excellence award

Lauren Puckett April 2, 2013
Music Director Mike Pierson was greeted with a pleasant surprise at 9:00 a.m., April 1. A group of teachers and administrators...
Teens commercialize Valentines Day

Teens commercialize Valentine’s Day

Alyssa Piecko February 14, 2013

I remember in elementary school when every Valentine’s Day was an excuse to just have a party. I wrote out Valentine cards to everyone in the class because no one should feel excluded. And when I gave...

Love by the numbers

Love by the numbers

Amanda Cox February 14, 2013
Valentine’s Day is supposed to be about the language of love, but retail advertising and marketing associates statistics create a hard, factual view of Feb. 14. If the 2012 numbers hold true for today, 14 percent of women send themselves Valentines, 53 percent of women say they would break up with their spouse if they didn’t get a gift on Valentines Day, and the average consumer spends $116 on Valentines Day. Senior Kate Harline was shocked that so much money pours into the economy.
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