Senior Joseph Beukelman recaps his experience at the World Food Prize Global Youth Institute. Beukelman’s essay was over Syria and the country’s dietary diseases.
The new Season of the No-nonsense is starting this year. To Start off with we did storytime. Tucker De Jong went with the first Godzilla game he played. Matthew Dekoning talked about how the last season of the Marshalltown Football League and how it change him.
This is the first No-nonsense podcast, the first attempt at trying to make a podcast funny and “informational.” The hosts’ are Gunner Reed and Matthew Dekoning and they take the time to share their stories and reflect on past decisions.
Sophomore English student Nicholas Lyle enjoys playing video games in his free time, but also believes that video games can become a problem when played excessively. The semester project was to film a video talking about an issue and connecting it to an essential question, two works from the semester, using statistics to back up […]
Sophomore student Aiden Huckstep’s Sophomores Speak Out podcast for Ms. Raymond’s class was regarding teen suicide. The semester project was to film a video talking about an issue and connecting it to an essential question, two works from the semester, using statistics to back up your point. Huckstep knows the importance of understanding the causes […]
Seniors, Becca Bonham and Sara Bennet, talk about their unpopular opinions on the topic of Halloween.
Jake Paul has been making videos for as long as he can remember; usually involving some form of wild antics such as pranks on his friends. He is well known for promoting his merch, whether it be for tour or his t-shirts. Some argue he goes too far in his advertising, especially for his young […]