• Students seek healing after tragedy

    Students seek healing after tragedy

    Amanda Strain, Features Editor

    November 9, 2016

    Out of a horrible tragedy containing four of our New Hope High School students, has come a new outlook on life and a new faith in our community. Ever since three of New Hope's current students and one former student were critically injured in a wreck the Trojan family has seen schools, churches,... READ MORE »»

    A student-made sign from Caledonia offers support for New Hope's four wreck victims.

    Photo by Amanda Strain

  • Student Council hosts homecoming masquerade

    Student Council hosts homecoming masquerade

    KK Edge, Co-Editor in Chief

    November 9, 2016

    Saturday, October 22, 2016, the New Hope High School Student Council hosted the school’s annual homecoming dance. In the years past, the dance has taken place after the football game on homecoming night. However, the Student Council decided this year to move the dance to the Saturday night after the... READ MORE »»

    Kailey Hall and Parker Lane pose at the 2016 homecoming dance.

    Courtesy Photo

  • Poole takes on new beginnings at New Hope

    Poole takes on new beginnings at New Hope

    Rocio Vasquez-Meza, Staff Writer

    November 9, 2016

    Tyler Poole, who ended his student-teacher experience in New Hope in 2014, is “glad to have the opportunity to come back” and serve the high school as a full time teacher and assistant baseball coach. Poole says he “fell in love with the community and the baseball program” and is excited... READ MORE »»

    Coach Poole has had an eventful time as a New Hope teacher and baseball coach.

    Photo by Hannah Kainz

Community rallies around assistant principal

Community rallies around assistant principal

Amanda Strain, Features Editor

Tragedy struck New Hope High School the evening of September 22, as Mr. Sammy Sullivan’s house went up in flames and ended in the loss of everything the assistant principal and his family owns. But out of this tragedy...  Read More »

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Michael Lewis: Young entrepreneur

Michael Lewis: Young entrepreneur

Amanda Strain, Features Editor

The New Hope High School sophomore class has its own CEO: Michael Lewis, chief of the worldwide company Original Clothing Co. Lewis manufactures and produces his own clothing line, which was originally Legit Clothing...  Read More »

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Student Council welcomes new representatives

Student Council welcomes new representatives

Jasmyn Webb, News Editor

On September 15th, 2016, The Student Council of New Hope High School had their first meeting to include new members. The previous week, the New Hope student body elected six new freshmen to the council, as well as two jun...  Read More »

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Change in cafeteria creates choices

Change in cafeteria creates choices

Jasmyn Webb, News Editor

A new lunch program managed by Sodexo has joined together with the Lowndes Country District to bring better quality food to all three schools: New Hope, Caledonia, and West Lowndes. The decision for this new program was...  Read More »

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Movie Review: “Doctor Strange”

Movie Review: “Doctor Strange”

Madison Perkins, Life Editor

Doctor Strange 10/10 Marvel is back and they’ve created yet another action fantasy that leaves you totally flabbergasted and ready for more. Unfortunately, this ...  Read More »

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MUW hosts writers’ symposium

MUW hosts writers’ symposium

Amanda Strain, Features Editor

On Friday October 21st I drove to the Mississippi University for Women's campus and walked into Poindexter Hall, into an auditorium where a lady was speaking quietly in front o...  Read More »

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Book Review: “The Fault in Our Stars”

Book Review: “The Fault in Our Stars”

Hunter Brown, Staff Writer

Grade: 7/10 “You don't get to choose if you get hurt in this world … but you do have some say in who hurts you. I like my choices.” Cancer, the appalling diseas...  Read More »

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Larry Joblin: A man on a mission

Larry Joblin: A man on a mission

Amanda Strain, Features Editor

At 3:45 p.m., Mr. Joblin walked back into his classroom, having just finished his bus route. He stays after school every day in his political poster-clad history classroom...  Read More »

Oct 13 • No Comments

Olsen returns home, seeks soccer success

Olsen returns home, seeks soccer success

September 13, 2016

Boyett wears many hats as counselor

Boyett wears many hats as counselor

May 11, 2016

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Double yesses for double exes

Double yesses for double exes

KK Edge, Co-Editor in Chief

As many people know, October was Breast Cancer Awareness Month. That month is dedicated to the celebration of the survivors and the encouragement of the currently fighting – its weekends are booked...  Read More »

Nov 9 • No Comments

Time to destigmatize and talk

Time to destigmatize and talk

Amanda Strain, Features Editor

Recently, I was in a car with four other teenage girls and I decided to ask a very personal question that is too often avoided because of fear of political correctness. The question I asked is, “Who...  Read More »

Sep 30 • No Comments

School needs more pep rallies

School needs more pep rallies

Marianna Bala'a, Staff Writer

The familiar sound of whistles blaring and people cheering can only mean one thing: there is a pep rally in the gym. Students for many years have assembled in the gym of New Hope High School for weekly...  Read More »

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“Stars gazing backwards,” by Hunter Brown

Hunter Brown, Staff Writer

Stars gazing backwards   Mississippi nights cemented in my brain as my thoughts and me would lie across the trampoline, fascinated.   I could swear th...  Read More »

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“Amanda’s Little Mermaid,” by Adiah Mason

“Amanda’s Little Mermaid,” by Adiah Mason

October 13, 2016

“Absence makes the heart grow fonder,” by Shawn White

October 13, 2016

“Clara and Rose,” by Madison Perkins

“Clara and Rose,” by Madison Perkins

September 13, 2016

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