Netflix Documentaries Review

By: Avery Hudkins Netflix! There’s so much to watch but it’s hard to choose. I recently just had ACL surgery, and if you find yourself at home with nothing to do like me, you should follow my lead and watch these documentaries. What do you have to lose? I chose to review this genre because... Continue Reading →

My Top 5 Rom-Coms for February 

By: Matty Mooney Rom-Coms are ranked If there’s one thing you should know about me, it’s that I love rom-coms. Pass me a bucket of popcorn and a cheesy chick-flick, and you’ve got a solid way into my heart. However, there’s always that one movie you just can’t stop watching. But how could I choose?... Continue Reading →

Afghan Refugees Resettle in Tulsa

By: Liza Inbody Cover Photo Credit: The Black Wall Street Times For the young Afghanistan people, war has been apparent their entire life, tainted by dispute, violence, and betrayal. And now, they are leaving behind all that is familiar, into a foreign country with a different language, culture, people, and nowhere to start. Many of... Continue Reading →

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!

By: William Ford Tucked away in the hall of Trojan Pride lies the Jenks Thrift Store.  Under the directive of Jenks Staff Courtney Bennett, the store, located in building six, is operated by the students of the Jenks special education department.  While Jenks-goers visit the store for it’s clothes, student made greeting cards, small novelties... Continue Reading →

Dear Liza

By: Liza Inbody As the spring semester approaches, so do new classes, relationship issues, packed schedules, and the brink of summer. Anxiety is a universal experience, so fortunately this is not something anyone has to experience alone. Thankfully, Jenks has its own experts to aid with these issues and supply advice. I talked to three... Continue Reading →

At Home Watercolor

By: Kendall Webber You’re stuck in your room doing nothing for 5 days. You’ve watched all of the new shows and you have nothing left to do but be creative and find something entertaining. However, you have no craft supply. Well, lucky for you, I have found ways to make watercolor out of random things... Continue Reading →

Avery Shannon: Be The Light

By: Avery Hudkins On May 25th, 2018, Avery Shannon passed away in an ATV accident while up at the lake with friends. Tragedy struck the Jenks community when this happened. JHS had just lost such a promising student with such a bright future ahead of her. But what some people don’t realize is that Avery... Continue Reading →

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