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Students’ Rights

Lauren Berta, Editor-in-Chief

May 25, 2018

Filed under Feature, News

What rights do students have?   Recently, it has become important to know what rights students do and do not have when they enter the school building. This school year, students have tried to exercise their right to p...

A Study of Envy

Reagan Roller, Writer

May 6, 2018

Filed under News

Winter guard is an art, and just like any art, it takes hard work and dedication. Every year, the team’s show is full of emotion, and this year’s show is no different. “This year’s show is called A Study of Envy, and...

The Heart of E-Kart

Jess Melvin, Writer

May 6, 2018

Filed under News, Showcase

As part of the two-week festivities before the Indianapolis 500, electric go-karts made in high school classrooms across the country race on the track. A year’s worth of practice, perfecting, and pondering by the E-Kart club...

In the Aftermath…

Lauren Berta, News Editor

May 6, 2018

Filed under News

The shooting in Parkland, Florida was a frightening moment for students across the country. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School was a school just like many. Even if students do not know anyone directly affected, the situation...

We The People

Jonathan Dauterman, Writer

April 2, 2018

Filed under News

Homestead’s We The People club, organized by Sara Warfield, is meant to enhance the experiences of students who choose to take the We The People class that will be starting next semester. “(The WTP class) is a course that is given...

Show Choir Showdown

Lisa Chen, Sports Editor

March 28, 2018

Filed under News

In 1975, Bishop Luers High School organized the first ever show choir competition in the country. For this reason, Fort Wayne, the home of show choir, boasts some of the best high school show choirs. Homestead’s own Class Royale,...

The Blood Drive Saves Lives

Jonathan Dauterman, Writer, Online Editor

March 28, 2018

Filed under News

When she was in her seventh grade year at Woodside Middle School, Cora Walrond (9) had a form of blood cancer and, at one point, needed a blood transfusion. Walrond needed a transfusion because, at the time, she was in the hos...

Screening of “Wonder”

Lauren Berta, News Editor

March 13, 2018

Filed under News, Showcase

Join The Network and Champions Together for a screening of the film "Wonder," Thursday March 22, 2018. It will be in room 900 at 2:45 after school. The main character of "Wonder" is a 10 year-old boy named August Pullman with...

Notorious Netters

Notorious Netters

February 13, 2018

Just Because Week

Just Because Week

February 12, 2018

Net Neutrality

Ryan Terrill, Writer

February 8, 2018

Filed under News

The internet has become a part of people’s everyday routines, whether it be at work, school, or for fun. According the United States Census Bureau, 78% of Americans use the internet. Due to the recent repeal of net neutrality,...

Meet the Epidemic

Lauren Berta, News and Opinion Editor

February 8, 2018

Filed under News

“I never thought it would happen to us…..Now, here we are, and he is passed away. You cannot believe how it changes your life.” Jack Bell passed away in 2016, a graduate of Homestead High School and only 19 year old. He ...