The news source of Duncan High School, since 1919

Pitchfork Live

To read or not to read: readers and non-readers tell their sides of the story

Bridget Tolle, Copy Editor

April 16, 2015

Filed under Feature

Reading is boring. Some teenagers would agree with this since not all teens enjoy reading. According to Jan Cole, librarian at the Duncan Public Library, many of these students were not interested in books by the time they lea...

Local players prepare for musical performance

Natascha Mercadante and Lizzie Miller, Sports Editor, Multimedia Editor

February 9, 2015

Filed under Feature

The play “The Sound of Music” will be performed in Feb. by Duncan Little Theatre. However, before the show begins, there are several weeks of practice. The cast and crew gathers weekday nights for several hours and does many...

How To College: A Step-by-Step Guide

Bridget Tolle, Copy Editor

February 9, 2015

Filed under Feature

So you want to go to college, and you don’t know what to do. One of the first things you need to do is take the ACT. It costs $38 by itself. There are also ACT tips on this page to help you. “Think about it like, ‘If I can ra...

Rogues explode into pepperoni (and other magical happenings)

Brendan Meadows, Opinion Editor

January 26, 2015

Filed under Feature

A 4,000 pound rogue accompanied by some companions is traveling down a road. As they are traveling, they come across a small wall. The rogue, extremely unintelligent, attempts to shove his shoes into the wall. In turn, the wal...

Exchange students travel to unfamiliar places

Alexis Baldwin, Reporter

December 10, 2014

Filed under Feature

A home away from home. Recently, the high school enrolled a couple new students who came all the way from Germany for the school year, sophomores Sophia Beig and David Kouts. Kouts, who has lived in Germany since the age...

UNUSUAL HOLIDAYS: Goose Day

Brendan Meadows, Opinon Editor

December 8, 2014

Filed under Feature

Brendan Meadows Goose Day Spain, 1666: A group of young Spanish people attempt to decapitate a goose hanging from a rope. Nobody knows why. Thus starts one of the Basque people’s traditions: Antzar Eguna, or “Day of the Geese....

UNUSUAL HOLIDAYS: Pi Day

UNUSUAL HOLIDAYS: Pi Day

December 8, 2014

The news source of Duncan High School, since 1919
Feature