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Standing-Room Only at Teacher Talent Show

Jori Gelbaugh

March 25, 2016

The auditorium was packed to standing-room only with people from around the Portage community  during the sixth biannual Teacher Talent Show on Wednesday, March 23. After hours of “minimal but focused” practice according ...

Montage is making changes to this year’s publication

Olivia Oles

March 25, 2016

This year's, student art magazine, Montage, is including new literary genres. Montage is a student collection of art, poetry, photos and short stories all in one student produced publication. Now there will be an addition t...

Autopsy video enlightens science students

Dayton Juday

March 24, 2016

Yesterday, the IB biology and forensic science students were able to see a real autopsy in the the media center.  The autopsy was previously filmed and viewed while a forensic pathologist that was live in a skype call with the...

A look into lip sync in preparation for 2k16 winter homecoming

Mark Williams

February 19, 2016

Lip Sync is one of the many creative activities that any students can participate in. It’s not only a good way to show school spirit but it strengthens the bonds between each grade. This year's lip sync themes for 2016 winter...

“The Life Of Pablo” Release Information

Theo Kizer

February 17, 2016

Kanye West’s “The Life of Pablo”, (one of the most anticipated albums of 2016) released on Valentine's Day via Tidal.com. On monday night, West tweeted that his music will never be on apple or sold in-stores again, and t...

‘Guys and Dolls’ will hold a special student showing

Shawna Huang

February 9, 2016

Portage Central Performing Arts and Student Council are teaming up to offer a special Student Appreciation Night of the musical, “Guys and Dolls” Thursday night. This performance will be solely open to students, something th...

Portage District Library Exam Bags

Kyle Palmer

January 22, 2016

The Portage District Library is passing out exam survival bags to all high school students. This is an effort by the library to help students with the stress of exams. The bags include food and candy, with things like Doritos and a...

Nathan Ginter: Our next Steven Spielberg?

Olivia Oles

January 4, 2016

Sophomore Nathan Ginter has an unusual hobby - making short films. Despite his age, he has taken on the world of producing and taught himself how to write, cut and publish his work. He has created anything from comedic claymation ...

Seattle Bans Early School Times

Camille Smaling

January 4, 2016

Last month, the Seattle school board voted to delay almost all of their school’s start times to 8:30 at the earliest. They made this decision so that students could sleep later and perform better in school, and since Seattle...

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