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The Insight

The Insight

New coach, same goals

Kael Plummer, Writer March 7, 2023

The soccer staff had undergone a plethora of new changes in recent weeks. Former Head Coach Neil Hilton stepped down from his position as head coach to assume the same position at Mid-America Christian...

Pokémon Presents logo.

Pokemon Presents Provides Fans with Content Galore

Kage Tudor, Writer March 6, 2023

February 27, 2023 was Pokémon Day. Pokémon Day marks the day the Pokémon Red and Green games were released in Japan (the first in the series). In celebration of Pokémon Day, The Pokémon Company released...

Austin Spanglers powerlifting gets to be the first teenage male ambassador for the United States Powerlifting Federation. He got his position by volunteering and helping others. Spangler finds his love for the sport and continues to find peace in it.

Austin Spangler: Lifting powers his journey

Madyson O'Neale, Writer March 3, 2023

Austin Spangler became the first male ambassador for the United States Powerlifting Federation (USPF). Spangler has been doing powerlifting for almost four years. He got involved with the idea through...

students have six to seven classes each and extracurriculars along with those some students have jobs outside of school many have to work after school and make time for them both.

work and school coexist in students life

Emma Johnson, NP Staff February 27, 2023

School alone can be a lot but having to work and do school work all in one day could be a lot for a student. The amount of school work varies for classes but with work in AP classes and basketball junior...

Many will debate what folder color is used for what subject for example science is green, math is red, etc. people have their opinions and will stick with them and their reasons. if you do not follow the unwritten rules of the folder colors you are not ready for high school, sophomore Spencer Rowe said.

The debate about folder colors

Emma Johnson, NP Staff February 23, 2023

Often, students use folders to separate notes and assignments for different subjects. Most use specific colors for the issues. 55 students out of 105 who took a survey said a red folder was used for math....

As Nicole Pena Marchant worked on making a Christmas hat during class in the sewing room. When sewing it can either be frustrating or restful and like relaxing, theres just no in between, said Shelbi Loupe.

Fashion Design

Sonia Nava-Aguilera, Writer February 21, 2023

Fashion Design was a new course that started in the 2022-2023 academic year as an option for one of the courses under the umbrella of Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS). FACS teacher Shelbi Loupe taught...

The first-floor view from a viewing window into the construction of Loves Planetarium. Construction started in December and is slated to be done in the fall of 2024.

Oklahoma: Looking Among the Stars

Lucas Punneo, Writer/Photographer February 20, 2023

In the fall of 2024, Science Museum Oklahoma will open its new Astronomy Wing and unveil Love's Planetarium, a cutting-edge exhibit for astronomers and children alike. The new planetarium will host a multitude...

As students work on learning how to make an argumentative statement, student Ella Gentry seeks help from Crauthers about the assignment. Students are working on determining whether or not cell phones should be banned from school.

Courtney Crauthers: Impacting her Students

Madyson O'Neale, Writer February 13, 2023

Courtney Crauthers taught English II at Yukon High School. She's been teaching for 14 years and has been a teacher here for two years. She built strong relationships with her students by communicating...

Covering world history, ESL teacher Fernando Zamarripa helps Junior Sebastian Lechuga Garcia widen his knowledge on governmental systems such as the difference between communism and socialism.

Being Bilingual

Carmen Osio Rodriguez, Writer February 10, 2023

While many recognize the benefits of speaking a second language, there can also be challenges such as confusion and mix-ups which are just a start of being bilingual. Junior Bryan Olivas Navarro explained...

Dancing Queens. 
As students begin to leave and the dance starts to wind down, seniors CanDrian Alle and Adele Marchisio continue to dance with friends.

Winter formal

Madyson O'Neale, Writer February 9, 2023

Students standing in line, long dresses and ties. Bright lights and a cold January night. On Jan. 28 Yukon High School hosted their first winter formal since the coronavirus at 10 West Main Event Center...

Senior Joshua Bowen cuts planks down to a precise measurement with the table saw for his personal project.

Creativity fuels cabinetry personal projects

Kael Plummer, Writer January 27, 2023

As the table Saw buzzes, sawdust flies as the Boards are cut for cabinetry II students’ annual personal projects. From desks to dog ramps students are allotted $150 worth of lumber to build and keep...

Freshmen David Safarik prepares for the bakery to open behind the counter where the orders are taken and sent to the back.

Generational Czech heritage influences Yukon

Kage Tudor, Writer January 20, 2023

As the door opens, delicious aromas of freshly baked pastries and the clamor of crowds enjoying themselves over a nice Czech meal flood out of Vladislava’s Czech Bakery & Cafe. David Safarik was...

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