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  • Head-to-Head: Powderpuff

    By: Clayton Lewis Over the course of the past two years, this year’s senior class has become infamous for its near inability to win a game of powderpuff. Following the two defeats of their sophomore year, some of the senior class took a certain liking to their losing record. Whether it be as an ironic […]

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  • Project Hallway

    By: Mitch Renbarger With a new year, everyone is excited for the new hallway competition. Themes are Freshmen with St. Patrick’s Day, Sophomores with Birthday, Juniors with 4th of July, and Seniors with Christmas. Each class will be putting their best efforts into their hall designs in order to win the school spirit competition between […]

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  • History of Spirit Week

    By: Alexa Hanan and Luke Roberts Spirit week is something that happens each year at Covenant, allowing for students and teachers alike to come together as a school. It is filled with fun dress up days and (mostly) friendly competition. When students at Covenant think of spirit week we think of school spirit to cheer […]

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  • Powderpuff Power Rankings

    By: Luke Dryer As we approach one of the most exciting (and heated) events of the year, I decided to look at each class’s chances and create my 2017 Powderpuff Predictions! Seniors- This year’s Senior class comes in with a less than stellar 1-5 record, with their first and only win coming against last year’s […]

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  • SRT: Take it or Leave it?

    By: Luke Roberts Picture this: it’s the first day of school and you are new. You enter the doors into Covenant and hesitantly choose the left hallway to find your first class. As you walk by a couple people, you hear them talk about some “break time” on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. You later find […]

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  • Covenant Freshmen Survival Guide

    By: Luke Dryer Don’t worry, this isn’t the New Student Survival guide summarized or a wrap up of those first few assemblies. This is real advice from real students. As we’ve welcomed in another new year, we’ve also welcomed another Freshman class into our halls. Now, Freshmen usually have a bad stigma, but I think […]

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  • A Daily Disadvantage

    By: Alexa Hanan Something caught students’ attention the week of August first: only one bathroom was left open. Students had to make the commute to another hallway in order to use the bathroom. We lamented why, why must we walk further? The answer: new hand dryers. Hand dryers were being installed in the bathrooms, some […]

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  • Cell Phone Policy 2.0

    By Mitch Renbarger With the start of a new school year comes new rules and new policies. The new cell phone policy is the school’s most controversial policy, which prohibits students from not being able to have phones out during classes. Every student has their own opinion on the new policy, but it seems to […]

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  • Banning the Bible?

    By: Jack McNeil “Listen, my dear brothers and sisters: has not God chosen those who are poor in the eyes of the world to be rich in faith and to inherit the kingdom he promised those who love him?” (James 2:5). This verse has arguably brought together the Covenant class of 2017 like none other. […]

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  • A Behind the Scenes Look at Prom 2k17

    Nathan Hood- 9 December 2016 Prom is a significant season in any high schooler’s career. The fellas have to choose a girl to ask, plan a cute promposal (which is not a strength for most teenage boys), and face the ever present reality that they may have his heart ripped out by rejection. Then that […]

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  • Stacy Helps Another Lost Soul

    Dear Stacy, Okay. So here’s the thing: I don’t know how to make any food, like at all. My mom’s been telling me I should start to make my own lunch, but I don’t know how. I literally cannot make a sandwich without making a mess and dropping most of the ingredients on the floor. […]

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  • Election Night Recap

    By: Morgan Murphy Well, it’s been over two weeks since the election and nothing has seemed to improve the tensions between both parties. On election night, I live tweeted the entire ordeal to be as involved as I could with this election, because there’s nothing like an old-fashioned live tweet session about an election. The […]