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Behemoth Staff Tosses Traditions In Favor Of New Expectations

Morrison Jones-Thiede, Reporter/Page Editor

November 22, 2019

Lots of controversy is starting to spark due to some changes to time-honored traditions in this year’s yearbook. Many seniors are starting to protest and talk of opting out of being in the 2019-2020 Skyline yearbook, but why?  Editor-in-Chief Aliana Montez (12) and Adviser Whitney Egbert have a new vision for th...

I.C.E. raids impact Skyline families

Beatriz Ramirez

November 19, 2019

Almost everyday in the news we hear about people being deported, or I.C.E. raiding homes and businesses and taking immigrants into custody. These people being taken into custody can range from small children to adults over 40 years old. It happens all around us, even in Idaho, and our own Skyline stud...

Vaping outbreak sweeps the nation

Vaping outbreak sweeps the nation

Nic Sloan, Co-Editor

October 23, 2019

Vaping has been an ongoing trend for shortly over a decade now. And in that decade, the number of deaths and illnesses have been seldom. But in the last few months alone, there have been at least 1,479 confirmed injuries, and 33 deaths caused due to vaping. Now, talk of bans are arising, with controve...

Child Abuse Takes a Toll on Society

Kate Santoyo, Reporter

September 26, 2019

Child abuse victims are everywhere, but they are not easy to identify. It could be that quiet kid in class you have never really spoken to, or someone you have known for years that has gone through all of this without you knowing. Perhaps these people are suffering quietly right next to you while you are ranting to your bestie abou...

Art Feature

Art Feature

Tayla Taylor

May 21, 2019

Art is a great outlet for creative minds to express their talents. whether it’s through poetry, painting, drawing, or other forms of art. These skills have huge impacts that reach far past the pen and paper. The skills acquired through doing art can tie into academics and everyday life. Art has show...

Climate Change: Fact or Fiction?

Climate Change: Fact or Fiction?

Morrison Jones-Thiede, Reporter/Page Editor

March 26, 2019

  The weather is changing, and I'm not talking about winter leaving and turning into spring. There is a global phenomenon that is happening right now, but many are quick to push it aside as it starts long, heated debates when brought up in conversation.   Climate change is not necessarily an ea...

Wildfires scorch across the globe

Emilio Lee, Photo Editer

March 26, 2019

Wildfires have been a very common occurrence over the past year or so. Like in 2018, California was a hotspot for wildfires, with over eight thousand fires burning in an area of over one million acres of land, and that is just over the last year in California. But for us Idahoans, the most recent fi...

Temperatures rise as glaciers fall

Emilio Lee, Photo Editer

March 26, 2019

Many people have been buzzing about glaciers melting because of global warming and climate change. Is this really a big deal? Are glaciers important for our survival? Well, first off, it is important to realize there are many types of glaciers: mountain, valley, Tidewater, Piedmont, hanging, cir...

Global water crisis

Global water crisis

Max Webster, Investigative Reporter

March 26, 2019

Since the dawn of light and creation of life water has decided the fates of all life as we know it, and we may soon be out of this precious resource. In all of human history water has been in every civilization spanning from Africa to the United States providing food, energy, and supporting life. Un...

CEI teaming with D91

CEI teaming with D91

Sydney Melior, Page editor

February 27, 2019

D91 and CEI have partnered up to provide a pathway for D91 sophomores to earn 36 college credits before they graduate. In order to participate in the program, students need to submit applications to CEI via their local high school counseling office by Feb. 22.   As a part of the program, current high schoo...

FAFSA How to

Keegan Oldham, Senior Design Editor

February 27, 2019

The FAFSA or Free Application for Federal Student Aid is the first step towards college. Many students will find they do not have enough money themselves, nor do their parents to be able to attend college. The FAFSA is an excellent resource then for students in this situation. It allows you to fill out an ap...

Myths Around the World

Emilio Lee, Photo Editer

January 30, 2019

For as long as mankind has been on this earth, man has made stories to explain what they believed was unexplainable, to inspire the next generation with greatness and glory, and to entertain the masses. Now whether or not these stories are true or not remains to be seen, but it is interesting to look a...

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