The Mirror

Track and Field Fundraisers

March 22, 2018

Filed under Sports and Wellness

By DYLAN TRIGG The Mirror reporter The track team is fast and furious and they are hoping to speed through their fundraisers and sell out. The new 2018 SPASH discount card is $10. It can be purchased from any member ...

All for Forensics

March 22, 2018

Filed under Features

By HANNAH SIEGEL The Mirror reporter Forensics is a speaking competition where students learn how to speak publically about a variety of topics, issues and random pieces of information. This year’s season has been successful,...

Seniors prepare for graduation

March 21, 2018

Filed under News

By KACEY KOCH The Mirror reporter “Preparing for the end of the senior year is stressful, but I’m really excited at the same time,” senior Nathaniel Taylor said, and those preparations are formally underway. On Tues...

ACT prepares to test sophomores

March 21, 2018

Filed under Features

By TONY LUDWIG The Mirror reporter This spring, the challenging preparation test known as the “ACT Aspire” will be given to sophomores. The general hope is that it will provide sophomores with adequate preparation for ...

Are high school students being worked too hard?

March 21, 2018

Filed under Opinion

By DYLAN KONICEK The Mirror reporter High xchool can be a very stressful time for a lot of students, but I don’t think most students know what the actual purpose is for all of the work that is given to us.  I would sa...

Senioritis crushing SPASH

March 20, 2018

Filed under Sports and Wellness

By DYLAN TRIGG The Mirror reporter Senioritis, defined by Google, is the decline in motivation and performance in the senior year of students. Some people would argue that nothing changes. Others would say the difference f...

This club isn’t just for athletes

March 18, 2018

Filed under Sports and Wellness

By HANNAH GIBBONS The Mirror reporter SPASH offers a variety of clubs, including one which is quite unique. The Athletic Training Club allows members to be on the sidelines during sporting events and assist trainers...

Bigger space, bigger accomplishments

March 18, 2018

Filed under Opinion

By KARA BATTAGLIA The Mirror reporter Many are unaware of what SPASH gymnasts go through during their season. I got ahold of the head coach and she had a lot to say. According to head coach Jennifer Bellmer “My hope...

Time to shine

March 18, 2018

Filed under Features

By HANNAH SIEGEL The Mirror reporter  “It was finally my turn to perform. I grabbed my music and instrument and walked onto the stage. It was quiet and cold in the room and all the stage lights were shining on me. I fe...

A night to remember

March 18, 2018

Filed under News

By ALYSSA SCHROECKENTHALER The Mirror reporter The time is near to get those special dresses and suits. All students are welcome to attend Prom 2018. It’s the biggest dance of the year for juniors and it is just around...

Homelessness is not a vice

March 18, 2018

Filed under Features

By ALINA BURMISTROVA The Mirror reporter Do you think homelessness people are to blame for their problems? Might you think that if they really wanted to make their lives better, they would do it or something like that? ...

Local art set to shine at Riverfront Gallery

March 9, 2018

Filed under News

By TONY LUDWIG The Mirror reporter From March 2 through March 25, residents of Stevens Point and the surrounding area have an opportune chance to view local works of art at the Riverfront Arts Center, located at 1200 Crosby Avenue in Stevens Point, near the Wisco...

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