Ms. Scott-Berger’s English II and English III classes read the poem “Affrilachia” by Frank X. Walker. In it he describes what his Kentucky looks like. Following are some of the poems that her students created about what their Kentucky looks … Continue reading Affrilachia
Written By Payne Findley Tyler, the creator Before FameTyler Gregory Okonma, A.K.A Tyler, The Creator is one of if not the best rappers/musicians ever. Some of the things that Tyler got most of his styles and inspirations was his childhood … Continue reading The Butterfly Effect
Written By Joe Bickel The art of corsets has been around for centuries, yet many are still misinformed about them. Some of the first-ever recorded use originated from Crete in Greece, which was worn by Minoan people. When people today … Continue reading Corsetry 101
Written By Natalie Harris One of the nation’s greatest events takes place in our own city of Louisville, Kentucky. This event is known as the Kentucky Derby. Typically, there are thousands of spectators betting on horses, wearing fancy dresses or … Continue reading Kentucky Derby
Written By Joseph Bickel What’s the deal with the fast fashion industry and why is it so important? Many high schoolers love going to the mall or their favorite shopping place, but what they may not know, about where they … Continue reading What You Need to Know About The Fashion Industry
Written By Natalie Harris Everyone’s facing challenges and obstacles through the Coronavirus pandemic. It has created new restrictive guidelines for everyone such as wearing a mask, staying six feet apart from others, quarantining, travel advisories, and keeping your hands clean. … Continue reading Which is Better, NTI or in Person Learning?
Written By Adrianna LoChirco Dear Incoming High School Freshmen, These next four years may contain many relationships coming to an end, a lot of drama with people, and will especially go through an intense amount of stress. During these next … Continue reading Dear Incoming Freshmen..
Written By Adrianna LoChirco Since May 11, when Kentucky began its phased reopening after two months of a near-total shutdown, face coverings have become highly recommended for all patrons at grocery stores, restaurants and other places that frequently see large … Continue reading Do You Wear A Mask?
Written by Debra Murray While the class of 2020 has already had an interesting end to their senior year, what about their next step? Many college orientations have been moved to online and some colleges have even considered having the … Continue reading How COVID Has Affected Seniors’ Future Plans
Written By Payne Findley 2020 sports start The 2020 sports kickoff started out well with good football, great superbowl game, and a great college football playoff. Basketball was half way done and everyone was ready for March Madness to … Continue reading How Athletic Teams Around The World are Affected by COVID-19