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Students plan their Spring Break 2K16

Matthew Seimer, Assistant Editor

March 18, 2016

Filed under Opinion

For the many students who plan their school survival based upon holiday breaks, Spring Break is happily welcomed this year. Whether students are going out of town or staying home, the week long break is a high point of the s...

High School Sports Starting Early

Riley Gruenbaum, Social Media Manager

March 18, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Dear Editor,          High school practices and conditionings are starting earlier and earlier before their designated season. This may seem like a good idea to be more prepared for the season, but that is no...

JAHS students talk about their Easter Plans

Kayla Fredendall, Photography

March 7, 2016

Filed under Life & Style, Opinion

As Easter approaches, people all around start preparing for their plans to celebrate.  “The Pioneer Press”asked the students of Jonathan Alder how they plan to spend Easter. Here is how they responded: Mikayla Russ ...

Is chivalry dead?

Jenna Mink, Editor

February 11, 2016

Filed under Features, Opinion

     As Valentine’s Day is approaching, many males and females will be spending the holiday alone. While Valentine’s Day is sometimes seen  as just a Hallmark Holiday, it is also a holiday for couples to express their lo...

Chivalry Alive

Logan Woods, Ad Manager

February 11, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Dear Editor,       Chivalry, or the courteous behavior that men show women during the process of courtship, is a highly debated topic, especially within the Millennial Generation. Many people think chivalry is a co...

Alder students share their ideal Valentine’s Day gifts

Riley Gruenbaum, Social Media Manager

February 11, 2016

Filed under Life & Style, Opinion

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and students at Jonathan Alder are getting ready and are sharing what they would like to receive from a “special someone” this Valentine’s Day.   Austin Hurley ’18- “Candy” Xavier Beac...

JAHS staff share their dating advice

Jenna Mink, Editor

February 11, 2016

Filed under Features, Life & Style, Opinion

    As Valentine’s Day approaches, there is a lot of pressure on both males and females to get the perfect present or plan the perfect date. With that being said, it is always good to rely on older, more experienced indi...

Definition of compatible

Tori Walker, Billing Manager

February 11, 2016

Filed under Life & Style, Opinion

Dear Editor,          The dictionary’s definition of compatibility is: “Capable of existing or living together in harmony.” However, being compatible with someone means so much more than its definition. Com...

You are not alone

Jenna Mink, Editor

January 28, 2016

Filed under Features, Opinion, Showcase

    Like a thief in the night it steals your happiness, it steals your patience, and it steals your life. “It” would be depression. Depression takes away everything you hold on to, everything you get a glimpse of but never ...

Reasoning with resolutions

Matthew Seimer, Assistant Editor

January 20, 2016

Filed under Life & Style, Opinion

    The first week of January is known to be the most popular time of the year for workout gyms across America. The second week of January is typically the time when the capacity of  gym members returns back to normal.  ...

The Pioneer Press on subtweeting

Skylier Beachy, Photographer

January 19, 2016

Filed under Life & Style, Opinion, Technology

Dear Editor,       Subtweeting is something that happens due to social media. Subtweeting is a way for people to judge or bully someone behind a computer screen. Subtweeting is a big problem in the “teen world...

JAHS students explain their hardest exam

Skylier Beachy, Photographer

January 19, 2016

Filed under Opinion

    Exam week is a very stressful week for most students. Teachers prepare their students the best they can in order to have their students be as successful as they can when exam week comes. However, there are some subjec...

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