The Flash

A Peek at Perkins

Alex Alcamo, Flash Staff Reporter

September 16, 2015

Filed under Features, News Briefs, People

Ms. Jessica Perkins is just one of the sixteen new teachers that have joined the Fraser High School staff this year. However, her positive attitude and contagious spirit may be what set this new teacher apart from the rest. ...

Weight Maker

Tylah Fortson, Editor/Writer

May 21, 2015

Filed under Features

Due to the request of the interviewer, his or her identity will remain anonymous and will be referred to as Pheonix. Thank you. When it comes to matters of "right" or "wrong", nothing is absolute. While, as a culture, people...

Business Student of the Year

Angel Bacol, Flash Reporter

May 21, 2015

Filed under Features, People

During his first marketing class freshman year first semester, Andrew Jagot has found a passion for Business. Ever since then, the topics being discussed in class became something Andrew have gotten fond of, and he continued taking...

Bernstein

Tylah Fortson, Editor/Writer

May 21, 2015

Filed under Features, News, People

A lot of shuffling, chatting, and fidgeting went on as everyone awaited their guest. Everyone took their places, and found their roles as they watched the broadcast crew set up the lights and cameras. There was an overwhelming...

Skill-Trade State Competition

Tylah Fortson, Writer/Editor

May 21, 2015

Filed under Features

Students in all the skills trades classes: welding, woodworking, drafting, and electrical have been working extra hard all year. A huge part of their grades this year was simply to finish a project that will be eligible to...

March of Dimes

Tylah Fortson, Editor/ Writer

May 21, 2015

Filed under Features

After weeks and weeks or promoting and selling purple march of dimes bands, Jenna Gregory, along with a few others participated in the March of Dimes six mile run. Jenna Gregory stated that the March of dimes' purpose was to...

The year 2015

Tylah Fortson, Editor/writer

May 21, 2015

Filed under Features

The year 2015 has become a pivotal point in our history. Racial tensions are on high, people are rallying, marching, and demanding change everywhere around the world, ISIS has become a national, acknowledgeable threat to the country, Ebola...

The Apple Watch

Laurel Kraus, Co-Editor

March 27, 2015

Filed under Features, Lifestyle, Trends

In recent weeks, somewhere across the world an unknowing costumer purchased the 500 millionth iPhone to be sold by the technology giant, Apple. The iPhone, first released in 2007, is arguably Apple’s greatest success thus far and gives testament to the fact th...

The Amazing Johnathan

Tylah Fortson, Writer/Editor

March 26, 2015

Filed under Features

Photo Credit: Amazing Johnathan Website - http://amazingj.com/media.htm John Edward Szeles, or as he’s known in the magic world, The Amazing Johnathan, is a magician and former Fraser High School student. His acts include a mix of dark comedy,...

The Misconceptions of Mental Illness

Laurel Kraus, Co-Editor

March 24, 2015

Filed under Features

  Feminism, gay-rights, and anti-racism are massive people’s rights movements that are currently sweeping the world by storm. Between new laws, protests, and countless other attempts, people are creating a new open-minded society toward all these ideals. Howev...

Fraser Former: Danielle Miller

Tylah Fortson, Writer/Editor

March 24, 2015

Filed under Features, Uncategorized

      If one was to ask most high school students what they wanted to do when they graduated, some may have an idea. Then again, some may be clueless. But one can assume that not many would respond w...

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