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New Year, Not-So-New Me

New Year, Not-So-New Me

Paige Ourada, Copy Editor

January 6, 2015

“New year, new me!” exclaim thousands of people as the ball in Times Square drops, ringing in a new year full of promise and excitement. The New Year signifies a clean slate of hope, and many make lists of resolutions they are going to start to make their lives “new and improved.” These resolutions—while...

Do You Hear What I Don’t Hear?

Do You Hear What I Don’t Hear?

Paige Ourada, Copy Editor

December 15, 2014

All-school Mass—while a great way for the Skutt Catholic community to come together and worship—has become a little less enthusiastic over the last few years. Students do not participate in singing, and I decided to uncover why. Being a member of the choir for the last three years, watching the...

The Cold Always Bothered Me Anyways

The Cold Always Bothered Me Anyways

Rachel Podraza, Editor-in-Chief

November 24, 2014

“Tis the season” started way too early this year. Did you know that it hasn't been this cold this early since 1940? We literally went from "great day for a picnic" weather to "Dude, it freezing! We are gonna pretend to be sick till it's warm" weather overnight. While some people are putting on their...

Students Panic over Poetry

Students Panic over Poetry

Paige Ourada, Copy Editor

November 17, 2014

Like a scene out of Eminem’s 2002 movie, 8 Mile, English classes are turning into epic rap battles, but instead of rapping, students are reciting poetry. Poetry Out Loud season has officially begun, and after countless repetitions in front of bedroom mirrors, or, for some, a quick once-over on the...

Facing the Dilemma

Facing the Dilemma

Michaela Farley, Current Events Editor

November 17, 2014

Parents and teachers constanly breathe down our necks to put our phones down in class or at the dinner table, and to join the “real world.” To defend myself, and the rest of the teens out there, we do know how to put down our phones-- shocker, I know. We can even restrain ourselves from the latest...

Do We Need to Step Up Our Pep Rally Game?

Do We Need to Step Up Our Pep Rally Game?

Rachel Podraza, Editor-in-Chief

November 2, 2014

Here at The Flightline, we have written quite a few articles about pep rallies. We have covered pep rallies in other states (Mr. Zavaletta's home state of Texas), and most recently, how difficult it is for the people behind the rally to get ready for it (Gabby Giesler's classic: "Inside the Pep," earlier...

Y U No Play Music?

Y U No Play Music?

Rachel Podraza, Editor-in-Chief

October 31, 2014

It is a common topic that gets all Skutt students upset. Why do we not play music in the halls as much anymore? Personally, the fact that we don't commonly have music in the halls annoys me. There are more reasons, in my opinion, to have it than not to. Firstly, music in the halls gets people excited...

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