The student online newsmagazine of SHS

The Journal Rewired

The student online newsmagazine of SHS

The Journal Rewired

The student online newsmagazine of SHS

The Journal Rewired

Emma Sprague

Emma Sprague , Reporter

Hey y’all! My name is Emma Sprague. I am 17 years young and a senior at SHS. I am the Satire Editor for the Journal, and I’m beyond excited for this year and all the stories this section is going to produce. In my free time, when I’m not doing something satirical or the finger circle thing, I love spending time with my small army of cats, watching a countless number of musicals until 4 in the morning, going to church, driving my car named Mamma Kia, making music on my violin or the piano and spending time with people that bring out the best in me. I’m known to make bad decisions but joining the Journal staff was definitely not one of them! 👌 (got ya) Psalm 150:6.

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Onion Oracles

Onion Oracles

Emma Sprague, Reporter
May 23, 2018
Onion Oracles

Onion Oracles

Emma Sprague, Reporter
April 22, 2018
Captured here is sophomore Mary Gone’s brief interaction with English teacher Lewis Carroll the day she vanished. “I felt like John Travolta in that one scene in “Pulp Fiction” standing in that hallway,” Carroll said.

Gone from class in a flash

Emma Sprague, Reporter
February 23, 2018
Doug Wood, a cop, and, Jacqueline,  a daughter from another family check out at the desk after shopping together.

Cops stop to shop

Emma Sprague, Reporter
January 10, 2018

Raise all the funds

Emma Sprague, Reporter
December 19, 2017

Bipolar weather issues

Emma Sprague, Reporter
December 19, 2017

Turkey support groups

Emma Sprague, Reporter
December 19, 2017
Recently the amount of mice in the school has escalated.

Mice on the rise

Emma Sprague, Reporter
December 19, 2017
senior Zephaniah McCool plays the trombone during his jazz band class.

[Photo] Artist Spotlight: Zephaniah McCool

Alice Ottolino and Alyssa Clark, Reporter and Entertainment editor
December 15, 2017
Art by Hailey Boger

Change? What Change?

Emma Sprague, Reporter
October 7, 2017
Juniors Sax O’Phone, Mary Imba, and Eupho Nium perform with the rest of the Marching Cards as the student section cheers them on. The students proceeded to swarm the field and storm after the band as they were leaving.

Marching Cards rock the school

Emma Sprague, Reporter
September 18, 2017
Junior Jaeden Battista does pull-ups at the Lucas Oil Raceway.

Recap of raceway field trip

Emma Sprague, Reporter
September 7, 2017
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