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3rd Annual Interview Day Competition Results

Angel Bacol, Flash Reporter

March 30, 2015

Filed under News Briefs, People

When it’s close to graduation time for seniors, they try their best to gain scholarships to lower the cost of college. Fortunately for senior Christina Stemmler, she received 1st place and a $500 scholarship! Fraser WIA had...

After Districts comes States

Angel Bacol, Flash Reporter

March 24, 2015

Filed under Music, News Briefs, People

Fraser High School has always been well-known for its outstanding music department. January 31st was the day for the District 16 Solo & Ensemble Festival and just recently on March 21st was the day for the State Solo and Ensemble...

Student of the Year: Industrial Tech.

Amy Weed, Co-Editor

March 23, 2015

Filed under People

Wam! Wam! Wam! The sound of the hammer hitting the nail radiates through the garage as tiny hands hit a nail into a piece of wood. It was nothing more than a coatrack, but it was Nick Rowan’s first project that he made wit...

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...

Forever Teammates

March 16, 2015

Filed under Features, People, Sports

The grass whips around wildly as the small footfalls of spiked shoes rip them up by the roots as their owners hone in on the checkered ball. Narrow-mindedly, the young children chase the ball, hoping that they might strike the...

8th Annual Empty Bowls Event

Angel Bacol, Flash Reporter

March 10, 2015

Filed under News Briefs, People

For the past eight years, Fraser Public Schools’ K-12 Art Department has sponsored the Empty Bowls Event. On March 24, ceramic bowls created by elementary children are being sold to support the hungry within the Fraser community...

Fraser HOSA Triumphs at District Four Regionals

Amy Weed, Co-Editor

March 6, 2015

Filed under People

This past month, Fraser’s HOSA members won big. Of those who participated, there are six conference finalists: Niko Drozbowski; Rachel Griffith; Giavanna Accarado; Sydney Balch; Marina Ghatas; Becky Carson and Julia Bernier,...

Fraser Band Hitting a High Note

Amy Weed, Co-Editor

February 4, 2015

Filed under Lifestyle, Music, People

Fraser High School Music Department has always been phenomenal in its performances. This talent shone the last few weeks at the Michigan School Band and Orchestra Association (MSBOA) District 16 Solo & Ensemble, which can...

All-State Band Members

All-State Band Members

January 30, 2015

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...

The Colors Dissolve During Difficult Times

Amy Weed, Co-Editor

January 16, 2015

Filed under Lifestyle, People

The passing of Roseville wrestler Joe Manfreda was an event that sent ripples through the community. Students from other schools that were typically opponents were teaming up to help Joe’s family. Fraser Wrestlers held a bottle...

The Glorification of Self-Harm

Sarah Gordon, Flash Contributer

January 15, 2015

Filed under People, Uncategorized

On tumblr, a blogging website, there over 300 million visitors daily and approximately 207 million blogs. This means that the images of dramatically skinny girls and boys, people with scars and a razor, and even pill bottles are...

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