FHHS Today

Picasso’s Review

Julia Noble, Journalism 1

March 9, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

The smell of coffee. The sound of quiet jazz playing in the background. Combined with the noise of the coffee beans being grinded into a thin dust, this is everything you’ll experience at the local coffee shop, Picasso’s....

Wicked Greenz Review

Sydney Taylor, staff writer

March 1, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Calling all fresh food fanatics: there’s a hotspot for healthy and delicious food in the area. Wicked Greenz, a local chain of restaurants of chef-crafted eats, opened a new location on Highway K this past winter. This is the...

National Anthem Backlash

Sydney Taylor, staff writer

February 26, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Social media is buzzing after Fergie’s cringeworthy performance of the national anthem before Sunday’s NBA All Star game. Many viewers criticized the singer’s sultry rendition of the patriotic ballad, calling it “one of th...

Courtship Album Review

Courtship Album Review

January 31, 2018

Tennis Editorial

Annie Sudhakaran, staff writer

November 20, 2017

Filed under Opinion

While no tears were shed, the tennis courts were often found with water on them. On hot spring days, ground moisture would seep through the cracks and puddle on the concrete. Because of this, the 2017 boys tennis team was not allowed to ho...

To Stand or Not to Stand

Luciana Mach, staff writer

September 7, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Reciting the Pledge of Allegiance has been a part of Howell’s daily morning routine since a new law went into effect Aug. 27, 2016 stating that schools across Missouri must play the pledge everyday. During the Pledge, in a typical morn...

Talking Out About the Lock Out

Logan Goulet, staff photographer

September 5, 2017

Filed under Opinion

The administration staff announced Aug. 30 that all the extra doors in the building will be locked the entire day, leaving only the front main entrance by the attendance office and the back main entrance near the cafeteria ope...

Down Syndrome Controversy

Kirstyn Corbett, staff writer

August 30, 2017

Filed under Opinion

As technology becomes further advanced, more and more expectant mothers are encouraged to take prenatal screening tests. The results of these screenings and the decisions that have to be made are often viewed as controversial. ...

Staff writer expresses concerns about new hit show, Thirteen Reasons Why

Hannah Somheil, staff writer

April 20, 2017

Filed under Opinion

The new hit sensation, Thirteen Reasons Why, has been added to Netflix this month. It’s been the topic of discussion for many, and has teenagers all of the sudden realizing that their words and actions actually affect people. Who kne...

What it feels like to be a freshman again

Kirstyn Corbett, Journalism I

April 18, 2017

Filed under Opinion

With new experiences comes new emotions- whether it be fear, excitement, or a combination of both. The following future graduates fall on all ends of the spectrum. “Everything here is the same. I’m ready for change and for a...

Dress code needs to go

Kendra Lindauer, Journalism I

April 7, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Howell is known for its great sports and education system. But what it isn’t known for is fairness with a dress code. With a six rule difference in dressing regulations, 76 out of 100 girls and boys said that the dress code a...

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