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The Colors Dissolve During Difficult Times

Amy Weed, Co-Editor

January 16, 2015

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

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...

The Glorification of Self-Harm

Sarah Gordon, Flash Contributor

January 15, 2015

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...

Fraser Grad in Michigan University’s Hall of Fame

Amy Weed, Co-Editor

January 9, 2015

As a senior in 1999, April Phillips broke the 126’8” discus record set by Kathie Burczynski in 1986. Then, Phillips went on to break her own record two more times her senior year at 133’8” and 139’6” “Her junior...

Mrs. Bannister Bids Farewell

Amy Weed, Co-Editor

January 6, 2015

BidsAfter thirty-five and a half years as a school board member, Carole Bannister announced her retirement from the Fraser Board of Education. She stated it was simply time and that she is in perfect health. “Though Carole...

Photo of the Week 11-14-14

Photo of the Week 11-14-14

November 14, 2014

Photo of the Week 11-7-14

Photo of the Week 11-7-14

November 6, 2014

Painting with a Twist

Tylah Fortson, Staff

September 30, 2014

The sterotype isn't true, kids can draw in the lines. More than that, they can paint, with a twist. Let's all congratulate the Eisenhower Elementary kids for their devotions to their twisted paintings. Those creative kids came in first place, winning $1000 dollar...

Our Blue Angel

Laurel Kraus, Co-Editor

September 19, 2014

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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