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Tragedies.

Tyler Warner, Managing Editor

June 2, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Waiting for my ride after lacrosse practice, I was scrolling through my Twitter feed, passing time as usual. "BREAKING: A car crash in Stony Creek Metropark leaves several dead." I didn’t click on it; instead, I scrolled past the...

Offseason training underway for fall athletes

Anthony Kesto, Reporter

June 2, 2015

Filed under Sports

The school year is coming to an end, and spring seasons along with it. It’s about time for Utica’s annual summer conditioning camp, building off of previous success’ to get athletes in better shape and ready for their ne...

Seniors say goodbye to Utica athletics

Ian Briggs and Ben Byrne

June 2, 2015

Filed under Sports

Senior year is filled with many "lasts:" the last homecoming, the last high school exams. However, for many there is an even greater last: their last year as a high school athlete. Seniors have grown up throughout the years master...

Year in Review

Year in Review

June 2, 2015

Students anticipate Vans Warped Tour

Keaton Barbes, Reporter

June 2, 2015

Filed under Feature

The annual Vans Warped Tour is here again. Filled with hardcore music, mosh pits, new friends, and an overall good time. Students are pumped for the experience, especially to see their favorite bands. The tour started in 1995 ...

Introducing Apple’s watch

Ian Briggs, Reporter

June 1, 2015

Filed under Feature

Apple has done it again. Since the beginning, the Apple Company has brought us many great innovations. Starting from a meager company located in a garage, the company has grown to encompass 6 continents with a net worth of ove...

Avengers: Age of Ultron

Julia Vasquez, Editor

June 1, 2015

Filed under Feature

What is green, high tech, old-fashioned, highly trained, and out of this world? Well, in case you didn’t hear, the sequel to "The Avengers" movie came out on Friday, May 1. As soon as it hit theaters, students rushed with their ...

Seniors vs. Teachers: Is the senior project worth the time?

Tayler Pezanowski, Guest Reporter

June 1, 2015

Filed under Feature

Seniors Whether the seniors enjoyed it or not, it is undeniable that all students have learned something from the senior project. "Things don’t always come as easy to people as they do to me," senior Sara Phlypo said. "That...

Shadbush Nature Center: community, service, education

Ethan Cartwright, Guest Reporter

June 1, 2015

Filed under Feature

The Burgess Shadbush Nature Center, located in River Bends Park is practically in the back yard of Utica. The center is a hot spot for young volunteers interested in Michigan great outdoors. Bugs, fish, birds, and mammals all have a place...

Apfel leads team to rocketry challenge in Virginia

Joe Imbrunone, Editor

June 1, 2015

Filed under News

Led by junior Dana Apfel, Shelby Junior High’s rocket team made it to the big leagues. Because of her experience and skill, Apfel is leading the team while they battle head to head to The Plains, Va., at their final competition ...

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