FHHS Today

“Night Running” Single Review

Emily Nelson, Staff Writer

April 3, 2019

Cage the Elephant announced on November 26, 2018 that they will be dropping their fifth album, Social Cues, on April 19, 2019. As a test subject for their album, Cage the Elephant released the song “Night Running” in March 2019. The alternative and indie style band took on a new, reggae sound...

“When I Get Home” Album Review

Ashely Foster, Staff Writer

April 3, 2019

March 1 2019, Solange released her fourth album to the public, When I get Home, featuring diverse artists Playboy Carti, Sampha, and Gucci Mane. The album includes songs in the style of Jazz, Hip Hop, and R&B, and is described as a tribute to Houston’s hip hop scene. Three years after releasi...

New Fandom Club

New Fandom Club

Emily Nelson, Staff Writer

April 3, 2019

Fandom Club is now meeting! A fandom is the fan group base of a certain movie and/or series. Meet in room B000 every Monday from 2:30-3:00 to share your fandoms. This is a great place to share fun ideas and opinions on different books, movies, and games. Fandom Club helps build relationships between peo...

“Pure Water” Single Review

Luciana Mach, Web Editor

March 29, 2019

The Migos made their collaboration comeback early this year with a song that spent five weeks on the Billboard’s Hot 100 list. The Atlanta trio had a very productive 2018 with Culture II and solo albums from Quavo and Takeoff. Bringing the group back together again, they released the new single, “Pure Wa...

Upcoming Job Fair

Upcoming Job Fair

Emily Nelson, Staff Writer

March 27, 2019

Looking for a job over the summer? Attend this years annual job fair at Francis Howell Central high school. This job fair is open to students 16 and older, along with any parents looking for a part time or full time job. Employers will be looking for full-time, part-time, seasonal employment, interns...

“Sally Walker” Single Review

Luciana Mach, Web Editor

March 25, 2019

Australian rapper Iggy Azalea recently released the lead single, “Sally Walker” for her upcoming sophomore album In My Defense coming out this spring. The song is a sample from the nursery rhyme “Little Sally Walker”. Who would have thought we would be singing that name again after all this time?...

The Push for Associated Student Body

Jonathan Benson, Journalism

March 25, 2019

Student involvement in school events is not what it should be. This year’s homecoming was not what it could’ve been. The lights were on the whole time, the music was too quiet, and groups of people were leaving 20 minutes into the dance. Our “pep rallies” are boring, and students are on t...

Pewdiepie vs. T-Series

Bryce Clemons, Writer

March 25, 2019

On Aug. 15 2013 Pewdiepie (Felix Kjellberg) officially became the number one most subscribed to YouTube channel in the world. In the five plus years following this massive achievement, Pewdiepie has also become the most viewed and highest paid YouTuber. For years, it seemed as though no other YouTubers co...

Basketball Pep Bus

Bryce Clemons, Writer

March 25, 2019

With the varsity boys basketball team heading off to the state semifinals in Springfield Missouri, Two busses each filled with 75 students will be leaving friday early from school so that students can attend the game. Forms to get on the busses were available in the activities office and online through Twitt...

Negative Impact of Cell Phones

Nolan Maples, Journalism

March 15, 2019

Teens are too attached to cell phones and it’s negatively affecting them. There should be ways to limit it. To teens, all that matters is social status. Being online is the way teens express themselves, but this is not real life. No kids really know how be without their phones for a hour. It m...

Equalize Sports Budgets

Olivia Jones, Journalism

March 15, 2019

Sports can be enjoyable and exciting for students to participate in. However there is not enough money in some sports budget to do so or even have the correct equipment. At Howell, games are a crowd-pleasing and an enjoyable social event to attend. However this only pertains to a select couple spo...

School Assemblies Should Not Be Mandatory

Hannah Sherfy, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019

School assemblies are draining, ineffective, and a waste of valuable time that could be used to educate students. Assemblies are supposed to spread news to students, but often times students do not pay attention or just don't care about the information being shared. Students use assemblies as a ...