The Mirror

NFL Suspensions are inconsistent

November 3, 2017

By NOAH WOYAK The Mirror reporter Some of the more controversial decisions in the NFL are over the suspensions and punishment of players. These punishments are used to help keep players in line, and prevent them from performing...

Parking fee is fair

November 3, 2017

By EMMA SCHULFER The Mirror reporter It costs $50 to park in the Stevens Point Area Senior High (SPASH). More students than ever are being forced to park in the lot because of the construction taking place on Prentice Str...

Daycare facility needed at SPASH

October 18, 2017

  By PANA CHANG The Mirror reporter As a mother attending SPASH (Stevens Point Area Senior High) my number one concern isn’t school, but my son. Trying to be a good student, a mother, a daughter, or just a goo...

Heavy hits: Should they be legal?

October 17, 2017

By DALTEN MATEER The Mirror reporter There was 4:42 left in the third quarter on Sept. 28, in Green Bay when Aaron Rodgers hit his receiver Davante Adams in the middle of the field for a gain of approximately 12 yards wh...

Is having technology in schools helpful?

October 17, 2017

By ASHLEY VANG The Mirror reporter Does having technology in classrooms actually help students learn or is it simply a distraction? There are many pros and cons to having technology in schools and classrooms, however I believe most electr...

Why are standardized tests such a big deal in college admissions?

October 17, 2017

By SYDNEY CLARK The Mirror reporter College application season is a stressful time for many and one bad test could determine acceptance into their dream school. However, some colleges are starting to change their application s...

Concussions: Testing, care and prevention

October 11, 2017

By TARREN LEWIS The Mirror reporter  High school athletes are constantly faced with the possibility of obtaining injury, none more prevalent than the chance of getting a concussion. The question is, does our school dist...

Students are hungry

October 11, 2017

By MAI YIA LEE The Mirror reporter Many teenagers are constantly hungry throughout the day because they have a fast metabolism, they’re skipping meals, or simply because they haven’t been able to eat. This is a probl...

Take a stand and stand

October 10, 2017

By Austin Stankowski The Mirror reporter Over the past few weeks, members of the National Football League (NFL) have engaged in a protest where players decided to kneel during the national anthem. Many people have taken fi...

Changes needed for a la carte options and pricing

October 2, 2017

By NICK WACHOWIAK The Mirror reporter The a la carte room is where students come to buy snacks to tide over their appetites. But why are the prices for all of the food options increasing? A la carte coordinator Laura Force explained the rising fo...

Can money really buy happiness?

October 1, 2017

By KAITLYN HERMAN The Mirror reporter Can money really buy happiness? Can it really be that simple? Is the key to happiness the relationship between money and joy, or does the route to happiness not involve money? A research...

College: free or not free?

October 1, 2017

By JAYNA SALVINSKI The Mirror reporter While students interested in attending a four-year university run to their classes, improve their grades and study in preparation, are they prepared to pay the price, literally? According to the F...

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