Since Australia’s fire season began in July, the world has witnessed some of Australia’s worst wildfires in decades Nearly one billion animals have been affected nationwide, approximately 28 people are dead and thousands of homes are damaged. An ocean away, Australia is on fire. According to CNN, even though there have been fires in every … Continue reading An Ocean Away, Australia Burns
Whether it’s theatre, art, culinary club, thespian club or tennis, Katie Dorman is always involved in something at Jeffersonville High School. But according to Dorman, her biggest accomplishment has been a club that is growing quickly. “I like that I’ve been a part of plays...I like that I’ve worked hard at tennis, but right now … Continue reading Katie Dorman Spreads Kindness
JHS senior opens up about new recycling program, busy schedule, and the diversity of Jeff High Many know 17-year-old Jeffersonville High School senior Adonis Boyd. But what they may not know is that Boyd is the driving force behind the school’s new recycling program. Boyd is well-rounded and is involved in numerous extracurriculars including Key … Continue reading From Wrestling to Recycling, Adonis Boyd Does It All
From school visits to applications, applying to colleges can be overwhelming. Perhaps the biggest issue? The cost of college and student debt. The tuition and fees for an average in-state four-year college costs approximately $9,410 a year. In-state four-year private colleges average about $32,410 per year. The prices are even higher for out-of-state colleges. According … Continue reading Student Debt Reaches an Unsustainable Level
Staff Photo Student Council co-presidents Bethia Busingye and Amelia Epperson are not only from different countries, they’re from different continents. Busingye immigrated to the United States from Rwanda, Africa four years ago, and Epperson moved to the United States from Melbourne, Australia about three years ago. Epperson and Busingye joined Student Council together when they … Continue reading Leaders From the Other Side of the World
Red Devil students have the opportunity to experience more of the world in high school, than some have seen in their entire lives.
Q: I’m an incoming freshman and I’m intimidated by the size of the school, and the reputation it has for being such a scary place. Is it really like that? Was freshman year bad for you? How do you make new friends?