The Mirror

“Please pass the drug..er, sugar”

October 17, 2017

By KAITLYN HERMAN The Mirror reporter We all know that sugar is not good in large amounts, but we all have that insatiable “sweet tooth” hiding inside us. But is that sweet tooth actually an addictive itch just waiting to...

New mini-golf facility opens in Stevens Point

October 17, 2017

By NOAH WOYAK The Mirror reporter Ever since Rainbow Falls closed, the Stevens Point area has been lacking family-friendly attractions for tourists and citizens. However, on Oct. 21, Putt-n-Play mini-golf will change all that. ...

Panther football makes a comeback

October 12, 2017

By NICK WACHOWIAK The Mirror reporter After a record of 1-4, it didn’t appear that the SPASH football team would have a promising season. But the team managed to stun everybody, dominating Wausau West, DC Everest, and Wisconsin R...

Helping a friend with their battle

October 12, 2017

By ASHLEY VANG The Mirror reporter Teen depression is a serious mental health issue that people may overlook or mislabel. It is a situation that can tragically lead to suicide. If you, a friend, or a loved one is sufferi...

Benefits of dancing

October 10, 2017

By DESTINY MATUSZAK The Mirror reporter  Many people well argue that dance is not a sport, or that it’s not physical enough. But talk to someone who participates in dancing for fun and you’ll hear otherwise. Many ...

Adventure Leadership students camp at Devil’s Lake

October 10, 2017

By SYDNEY CLARK The Mirror reporter Amy Steinmetz and her Adventure Leadership classes will be using a trip to Devil’s Lake to camp, rock climb, hike and learn how to be healthy. Steinmetz is taking her two Adventure ...

Maintaining a healthy diet

October 2, 2017

By MAI YIA LEE The Mirror reporter A balanced diet is one that gives your body the nutrients it needs. It’s different for everyone based on their age, gender, lifestyle, overall health, and body. “Some people need ...

Keeping fit through summer

October 2, 2017

By TARREN LEWIS The Mirror reporter Keeping fit throughout the summer can be a struggle for some students as school is out and many students travel for their break. However, many other students use this time off from school to ...

SPASH boys soccer are “Kicking the Stigma” on mental health

September 25, 2017

By TARREN LEWIS The Mirror reporter On Oct. 3, the SPASH boys soccer team, alongside the Wisconsin Rapids boys soccer team, will be coming together to raise awareness in the community to “Kick the Stigma” on mental health iss...

The Ol’ River Jug more than just an ordinary jug

September 25, 2017

By A.M. STANKOWSKI The Mirror reporter On Friday, Oct. 6  the Stevens Point Area Senior High football team will face off against longtime rival Wisconsin Rapids, and they will be playing for more than just a W. The two t...

Sentry Classic Basketball in the books

January 9, 2017

By DERYK WEDDE The Mirror reporter This year marked the 45th annual Sentry Classic basketball tournament in Stevens Point. The tournament spans three days and started on Dec. 28 and finished on Dec. 30. The tournament consiste...

Athletes and their off field behaviors

January 9, 2017

By MARCUS MILLER The Mirror reporter Athletes are a big part of today’s society. They do a lot of good by bringing joy to those who enjoy going to the games. But this isn’t always the case. Recently there have been qu...

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