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Girls Wrestling

Jillian DeVoe, Pylon Online Editor

February 11, 2020

Women compete professionally in the same sports as men everyday. Basketball, volleyball, soccer, golf, but wrestling is one sport where women are continuously overlooked. We’ve all seen the pro wrestlers jumping around in the...

Sticking Out

Sticking Out

February 7, 2020

2020 SADIES CANIDATES

2020 SADIES CANIDATES

January 10, 2020

They’re not on Kansas anymore

Sydney Raman

November 15, 2019

Taking pictures for big names like Versace and Louis Vuitton was once a career direction photographer David Weiner would have never thought of. Growing up in a place like Salina, Kansas, and successfully making a well known career in s...

School lunch is probably more like prison food

Layna Kinnaird

November 15, 2019

Eating school lunches feels like I’ve been incarcerated and forced to eat the prison food. I’ve been eating school lunches ever since first grade, and all I can remember is feeling sick and hungry for the rest of the day....

Students seek out homework apps for answers

Charlie Truelove

October 25, 2019

Cheating on homework, or copying down answers, is frowned upon in school. However, there’s a thriving underbelly of students using apps to take charge of their education.  “I was in 8th grade math and I was really s...

Our Money, No Cap

Kamee Robinson & Hailey Vargas, Reporters

October 24, 2019

USD 305 Administrators prefer students do not customize their graduation caps. However, seniors purchase their own caps and should be allowed to personalize them as they would like. I understand that students could completely abu...

This Competitive Craze Brings Nostalgia to Students

Phoebe Montena

October 21, 2019

Central students are no strangers to being on their phone, but over the last month, IOS has released a game that most students remember from their childhood. Mario Kart Mobile is a nostaglic experience for Senior Isaac Morris:...

Stuco Elections

May 3, 2019

With Stuco elections coming up soon, you need to let your voice be heard! How do you do that exactly well, "They have a process where they send an email out to all of the students and depending on your grade you get to vote for your president, vice president, secretary and treasurer," Said Karlyn.

Fear of Driving

Hannah Reed, Emery Newton, and Matteson Miller

May 3, 2019

Driving might seem painless or “easy”, but for some it's terrifying. Many people have a fear of driving, for some it's caused by a past  wreck or injury in a motor accident. Some because they have a fear of something bad happening.

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