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Yearbook student win national award

January 20, 2016

Marlene Morones, senior, editor of the Topeka High School Sunflower yearbook was declared National Winner in the 2015 Yearbook of Excellence contest. The contest is sponsored by the Quill and Scroll International Honor Socie...

Carley Sullivan, second from the left, at the Lawrence Free State invitational, where she placed fifth.


January 19, 2016

New tardy policy is not fair to students

De'Aja Casteel, Reporter

January 15, 2016

The new tardy policy is not something I believe any student seen coming- being put on a list to where you are isolated from being able to do what you were already told you could do. With this new policy I think you will start...

Trojan Profile: Q&A Brianna Henderson

Brianna Henderson, senior, poses for her senior pictures.

Haley Myers, Editor-in-Chief of "The World"

December 15, 2015

Vegetarians at Topeka High

Vegetarians at Topeka High

December 15, 2015

Cheerleaders Going to the Sugar Bowl

Erin Mumford, Photo Editor

December 10, 2015

The cheer squad was given the opportunity to perform at the 2015 Sugar Bowl, and they took it. Out of the squad, 14 girls are going to the event, which is in New Orleans. Nachelle Culpepper, junior, says they have been doi...

Creating fairy glow in jars

Creating fairy glow in jars

Kalyn Sales, Guest Reporter

December 9, 2015

Senior Student Government: Are they really the voice of the class?

Ashley Yoder, Editor-in-Chief

December 8, 2015

Senior year is an exciting time for teenagers. Its full of college applications, acceptance letters, senior manhunt, and prom. The great thing about being a senior is the class gets to determine how some of the activities go s...


Ashley Yoder, Editor-in-Chief

December 8, 2015

ROTC and the French club will be collecting toys for Toys for Tots until December 17. To donate, bring an unwrapped toy to the French room,205, on place them in the box next to the ROTC room. AFS club is hosting a presentation...

Humans minus the humanity

Jayden Huckabay, Guest Reporter

December 8, 2015

There is far too much ignorance in the world. There are humans everywhere you look. Humanity? Not so much. As human life continues, it seems as if the mass amount of people dying everyday is becoming nothing but a miniscule...

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