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#MeToo campaign takes off

December 19, 2017

By ASHLEY VANG The Mirror reporter Have you heard of the hashtag Me Too? Lately, it’s been circulating many social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook. The #MeToo campaign, according to New York Times, was first made ...

Computer Science students create their own projects

December 12, 2017

By DALTEN MATEER The Mirror reporter Since the beginning of the semester, Katherine Kaster’s Introduction to Computer Science class have been working on their “20 percent project.” Kaster said the project was a...

Does listening to music help you study?

December 5, 2017

By EMMA SCHULFER The Mirror reporter Second quarter is underway and that means midterms and other tests are in the near future. Stevens Point Area High School (SPASH) students are starting to hit the books and get ready fo...

Diverse senior plans

December 5, 2017

By CIA SIAB VAJ The Mirror reporter “As students of color not many people ask us if we have any plans for the future, they always assume that we don’t," said Stephanie Vang, a senior at Stevens Point Area High (SPASH...

ADHD and School: One SPASH student’s story

December 4, 2017

By EMILY SEPPELT The Mirror reporter By now, you have probably met someone who has ADHD. However, it may be more common than you ever thought. After becoming good friends with Katie Hauer, who has ADHD herself, I wanted to...

Wisconsin gun deer hunting: A letdown for many

December 4, 2017

By AUSTIN STANKOWSKI The Mirror reporter The Wisconsin nine-day gun deer season always starts with what many hunters consider a holiday, opening weekend. Around 600,000 hunters take to the woods on the first Saturday in No...

Technology and Engineering Department gears for the future

November 17, 2017

  By DESTINY MATUSZAK The Mirror reporter The Technology and Engineering Education department is constantly changing with the times. Students who take these classes have many great opportunities. These classes can hel...

Let’s talk about the news

November 3, 2017

By SYDNEY CLARK The Mirror reporter Media consumption is continually changing with new technology and wavering public trust. However, despite common beliefs, newspapers are not dead, not all cable news channels are extremely biased and millennials are not the only ones get...

Readers go into OverDrive

November 3, 2017

By MAI YIA LEE The Mirror reporter Stevens Point Area Senior High (SPASH) has a wide variety of books and resources in the library that students can check out. Although the collection at SPASH may be smaller than the public...

Gobble down on guilt this year

November 3, 2017

By KAITLYN HERMAN The Mirror reporter While you enjoy your Thanksgiving dinner this year, just remember that millions of turkeys lose their lives for the sake for one binged out feast at your grandma’s house. The original...

Panther Pro Shop offers goods, experience

October 17, 2017

By TARREN LEWIS The Mirror reporter The Panther Pro Shop, located between South Commons and the Guidance Office at SPASH, offers students a wide variety of snacks, drinks and school apparel for purchase. Trevor Knight, a...

The Patriots of ice fishing

October 17, 2017

By AUSTIN STANKOWSKI The Mirror reporter For three years high school Coach Scott Stankowski and his team have won three state championships. They weren’t for basketball, baseball, or even football, but for the Wisconsin Interscholastic Fishing Association (WIFA). Th...

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