The Flash

Social Studies Student of the Year

Angel Bacol, Flash Reporter

March 16, 2015

Filed under Features, People

People have been told that if they work hard enough they will be rewarded. Teachers are the people who become aware of their students’ hard work and achievements. Of course, those teachers can find ways towards helping their...

Reaching for her Dreams

Amy Weed, Editor-in-Chief

January 28, 2015

Filed under Features, Lifestyle, People

Go onto a Google search and look up the statistics of kids who attain their dream job or one in a similar field. Depressingly, only 30% of people attain their dream job, according to Huffingtonpost.com. If one wishes to reach...

Solo and Ensemble 2015

Amber Monschau

January 15, 2015

Filed under Features, Music

   As the end of the first semester draws to a close, Fraser High School music students are preparing for a day they have been looking forward to for months. It is the day their music skills are put to the test: Solo and Ensem...

He Came and Without Seeing, He Conquered

Laurel Kraus, Co-Editor

January 15, 2015

Filed under Features

Do you have the Bernstein advantage? It’s likely that everyone has seen this slogan flash across his/her TV screen many times over the years. The Bernstein family has certainly made quite a name for themselves in Michigan law,...

The Story of a Football Player

Jaswinder Kaur

December 19, 2014

Filed under Features, Features

Jeremiah Robinson is a senior at Fraser High School who is involved in many after school activities. He started playing football when he was in 5th grade for the East Side Bengels Football Organization and after four years, h...

Views on Butcher

Views on Butcher

December 17, 2014

Growth

Tylah Fortson, Author/Editor

December 4, 2014

Filed under Features

Going from a 9th grader to 12th grader in high school is like going from a seed to a flower. With dedication and care those 9th graders blossom into mature 12th grade flowers. When they finally get to that point, it is a...

Vapor Trails of Trouble

Vapor Trails of Trouble

October 30, 2014

New Government Requirements: A Must or a Bust?

Laurel Kraus, Co-Editor

October 23, 2014

Filed under Features

As students stepped into Fraser High School on the first day back from summer, they were prepared for many things to be different from previous years. The fact that block scheduling had been switched around and there would now...

The Benchwarmers

Emily Drumm, Staff

October 15, 2014

Filed under Features, Sports

Some may hear the term "benchwarmers" and think of the popular 2006 film; however, when used to describe an athlete, it is hardly as humorous as the movie. A benchwarmer is officially an athlete who does not play and sits on the...

Our Blue Angel

Laurel Kraus, Co-Editor

September 19, 2014

Filed under Features, People, Showcase

The airshow crowd scrambles with their cameras as the F/A-18 Hornet flies in from behind at a shocking 600 mph, startling everyone with its stealth-like approach. This incredible plane is part of the Navy’s pride flight d...

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