Visionary sees future of humanity

Jacob Dugar, Editor

October 21, 2020

The main two factors separating us from animals are our ability of higher-level thinking and our ability to use tools, so why not expand upon both of these in order to further the human race? Let me explain. Humans have the largest...

Senior struggles against low self-esteem, comparison to others

Seth Jarvis, News Editor

October 21, 2020

You know what one of the most unhealthy things you can do is? Well, it’s comparing yourself to others. Now, this is something I have struggled with quite a bit in the past. I have had a great amount of trouble with looking...

Simulation Theory sparks anxiety, delusions in many

Teagan Harris, Sports Editor

October 21, 2020

If you have any type of device that connects to the internet, or even friends and family who do, you’ve probably heard of the Simulation Theory. It may sound ridiculous to some, but a lot of people believe that the world around...

Overly optimistic friends are toxic to relationships

Emmy Furman, Ad Manager

October 21, 2020

Everybody knows that one person who seems to never be sad. This person is known for being positive and happy all the time. Sometimes, though, we really need to be sad. Our minds need to take their time to feel better again by...

Social media apps can be dangerous

Madaline Turner, Sports Editor

October 21, 2020

How often do you post on social media? Do you post once a month, or every day? I believe that technology companies are developing apps that are silently ruining teens’ lives. Social media apps like Instagram and Snapchat are...

Are people using technology as their crutch?

Brylee Huber, Editor

October 21, 2020

Although we as humans rely on technology for our modern way of life, I fear the advancements coming in the near future will be too much to handle. Many people already make jokes about how phones are an extension of ourselves,...

Newsies resemble large variety of soup

Allie Schneider, News Editor

October 21, 2020

Soup...we all know it; we all love it. Have you ever thought about what kind of soup someone embodies? Well, I did. These are the people who I believe are a perfect representation of this great comfort food. Sophomore Abby Crutchfield...

Athletes put in extra time

Allie Schneider, News Editor

September 23, 2020

Sports for many students is much more than just a hobby. These are activities that can help shape their future, keep them in school, or even save their lives. No matter the reason, many students at Burlington will go above and ...

KSHSAA decides to give schools season choices

Mckinley Anderson, Editorial Editor

September 23, 2020

Burlington High School does not always do what the state recommends. KSHSAA gave Kansas schools the option to have fall sports in the spring.    Was that considered for this school?“The plan is we’re going to hold our s...

Newspaper production is athletic endeavor

Jacob Dugar, Editor

September 23, 2020

   Newspaper is sportslike.    I hear my alarm clock going off and get out of bed for school at approximately 5:45 to begin my morning routine for Newspaper, the most strenuous activity that I have ever been a part of.    ...

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Zachary Garner, News Editor

March 11, 2020

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Spirit Spotlight

Emmy Furman, Editor in chief

March 11, 2020

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