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Trump supporters, the ISIS flag and Starbucks

November 29, 2016

By FAITH LEMAY The Mirror reporter This holiday season Starbucks has yet again been able to shock the entire US with its new cup design. The design features a drawing made out of one continuous line of tons of Starbucks employees and customers. “We found ourselves on the cup...

School absences can cause problems

November 29, 2016

By MALLORY BUETOW The Mirror reporter School is hard enough but missing school is even worse. The Department of Education reports that everyday an average of 62,000 students miss school. Research has shown that seven and a ha...

Winter conditions call for safer driving habits

November 29, 2016

By ALEX RACZEK The Mirror reporter Winter can be scary for new and old drivers, especially in Wisconsin where there can be many hazards to watch out for. “I have been driving for a few years and I still get nervous dri...

No Shave November? No Problem

November 11, 2016

By JOSH ANDREWS The Mirror reporter Many people think of No-Shave November as a fad or social media challenge but it has a meaningful cause behind the movement. No-Shave November is an organization that spreads awareness ...

Career Center services for students outlined

November 1, 2016

BY ANDREW AVERY The Mirror reporter At this time of year seniors really have to start thinking of where they want to attend college. The decision of where they want to go and what they want to study is very important for their ...

State rankings place SPASH in escelon of state high schools

October 28, 2016

By DERYK WEDDE The Mirror reporter The state academic rankings is a concept that is commonly overlooked. Yet, with its minor influence, it plays a huge role in future life and post secondary assistance. The rankings are compo...

Timing for road closures causes delays for students, staff

October 27, 2016

By MARCUS MILLER The Mirror reporter Road construction in Stevens Point and Plover is not only affecting residents but also students. Many students take these roads to school and to work during the week. There has been a lot of c...

Belts’ remains popular

October 27, 2016

By LOGAN LEWIS The Mirror reporter Belts’ Soft Serve ice cream is a Stevens Point landmark. It has been around for decades and just like every year, everyone will miss it. Belts’ is an almost universally beloved place around the Steve...

Students explain importance of sports

October 27, 2016

By BRADY WOYAK The Mirror reporter How important are high school sports? Most students love every moment they spend playing high school sports. Others may not participate in any sports or extracurricular activities through thei...

School security team roles explained

October 27, 2016

By ZACH WOYAK The Mirror reporter “The purpose of school security is to create a safe, free, and happy learning environment,” said Louis Mbughuni, one of the three security staff who work at SPASH. Mbughuni has been working security here at SPASH since 1997, when the security department was first created. ...

Discussion continues about bringing freshman to SPASH

October 27, 2016

By MARK STOSKOPF The Mirror reporter Will freshmen ever be a part of the Stevens Point Area Senior High School (SPASH)?  Would the class sizes too big?  Could SPASH support that many students?  Do we have enough space?  W...

Transition year for SPASH debate

October 27, 2016

By JONATHON TOLBERT The Mirror reporter The Stevens Point Area Senior High (SPASH) debate team is going through a transition year due to the retirement of Joe Klopotek, last year’s head coach. Klopotek coached for 15 years ...

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