The superior snack

Written by Shelby Horsley Eating healthy sucks. Nowadays, with this whole health trend mentality, it’s really easy to be enticed into eating healthier with the help of social media and other various outside influences. Dropping the chocolate bars and picking up the pineapple squares can be a really tough decision, but the decision can be more easily combatted with one sweet indulgence. “It’s a beautiful pairing of something healthy and something not,” said senior Danielle Parker. Nutella and pineapple, one of the sweetest snacks this world has to offer. Trying this wonderful mixture isn’t often…

Dani’s Dream

Written by Maya Stirm On Saturday, Aug. 6 hundreds of people gathered to support Dani Griffin. Griffin grew up in New Palestine, attending Zion Lutheran School from age four to 14. She eventually grew up to become a teacher, and coach, at the Corpus Christi YMCA. In 2006, at age 23, a driver sped through a stop sign, running into her car and killing her. Ever since her death, her legacy of music and art has been celebrated. Her family established the Dani’s Dreams Outdoor Education Center at Zion Lutheran to spark people’s interests in…

Olympic basketball wins gold again

Written by Elisha Deluhery The USA men’s basketball team has won gold again. The team, headed by coach Mike Krzyzewski, broke the record for most consecutive (basketball) gold medals won by a single team in the Olympic games with three consecutive wins. For many years, the Americans have been the team to beat. Since 1992, when NBA athletes were allowed to play in the Olympics, the team has won 52 games in a row. With a record of 130-5 heading into the Rio games, Team USA looked to keep its winning tradition alive. And for…