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Senior defender Jasen Brus races towards a cleared corner during soccers match against Westmoore. After a 4-1 start to the season, the team looks to continue the success in district play.

Following hot start, soccer looks to capitalize in district play

Coy Pope, Staff Writer/Photographer March 31, 2022

After a three to two win that snapped soccer’s five-year losing streak against Mustang to begin the year, the squad won the next three out of four matches to finish out non-district play with a record...

As part of mental health week, the student council hung a poster in the rotunda where students and teachers can add anonymous post-it notes detailing what they struggle with.

Teachers need the same mental health support as students

Kat Carlow, Managing Editor March 31, 2022

Each year, the student council puts together activities and resources for mental health week aimed to educate students on how they can take care of their mental health whilst simultaneously collecting...

With being his last musical, and playing the lead in The Music Man, senior Josiah Reyes reflects on his time in the program. With this being my final YHS production, I am sad to go but grateful to say I got to experience it with the most talented and fun people I know, Reyes said. I loved playing Harold Hill as I got to make the character my own and it was definitely challenging, but I had a lot of fun with it and I am glad this is how I got to go out.

Departments come together to put on “The Music Man”

Landon Thomas, Staff Writer/Photographer March 31, 2022

From March 24 to 26, the choir, drama, stagecraft and band departments came together to put on Meredith Wilson’s “The Music Man.” The musical revolves in River City where traveling con man Harold...

A replication of the blurred images some migraine victims live with day-to-day.

Migraine brain: clearing up the fog

Kylee Crisswell, Staff Writer/Photographer March 29, 2022

Ever been left wondering why that throbbing pain in the back of your head just won't go away? Or why when it does go away symptoms suddenly start coming back? No warning, no reason, just a headache so...

Students are connecting to their creativity in an attempt to alleviate stress.

Mental heath meets art and education

Kylee Crisswell, Staff Writer/Photographer March 28, 2022

Trigger Warning: This article mentions depression and anxiety. The Insight uses Moe Rivers to protect the identity and privacy of anonymous sources. The pseudonym is generic and does not imply the same...

Madeleine Albright dressed in power suit worn during attendance for 3rd Annual Women in the World Summit, David H. Koch Theater, Lincoln Center, New York, NY March 8, 2012.

Madeline Albright: Her contribution & the path she lit for minorities to follow

Kylee Crisswell, Staff Writer/Photographer March 25, 2022

On the morning of Wednesday, March 23, Madeleine Albright's death was announced on social media. Her family made a statement to the public, announcing the cause of her death was cancer. It is unclear to...

The official poster for Nintendo Switch Sports, showing all six available games: volleyball, badminton, bowling, soccer, chambara and tennis.

Nintendo Switch Sports has big shoes to fill

Lucas Punneo, Staff Writer/Photographer March 24, 2022

The Nintendo Switch is the fifth most popular video game console ever sold according to Statista, yet it took five years for Nintendo to update their most popular game. “Wii Sports” is Nintendo's...

Pitcher Landon Ritchey warming up with his team before pre-season practice.

Varsity baseball is back

Lucas Punneo, Staff Writer/Photographer March 22, 2022

Baseball has been called America's favorite pastime, and as the sight of baseball bats sticking out of bags becomes more common, you can not help but notice baseball season is coming to a start. Last...

Yukon High School listed on Zillow after bankruptcy from lack of funding.

High school listed for sale on Zillow

Kat Carlow, Managing Editor March 21, 2022

The following article is purely satirical and not meant to be taken seriously. To view our satire policies click here. Spring break, the high school was listed on Zillow for sale at $120,000. The decision...

The Batman debuted over the March 4 opening weekend and made over 258 million worldwide. The Batman is a very dark detective noir that will keep you guessing on the edge the whole time. I absolutely loved every minute of The Batman and I cant wait to go see it again, senior Taylor Graham said.

It’s no riddle The Batman is a masterpiece

Landon Thomas, Staff Writer/Photographer March 11, 2022

After two delays dating back to June 25, 2021, fans finally got the new rendition of the caped crusader, “The Batman” on March 4. This version of The Dark Knight franchise stars Robert Pattinson as...

A paratrooper assigned to the Troop B, 5-73 Cavalry, 82nd Airborne Division trains a Polish soldier during a combined training event in Nowa Deba, Poland, Feb. 22, 2022. The 82nd Airborne Division is currently deployed to Poland to train with and operate alongside our Polish allies. The training allows allies to get to know each other’s equipment, capabilities and tactics to enhance readiness and strengthen the NATO alliance.

Russian forces advance through Ukraine

Coy Pope, Staff Writer/Photographer March 10, 2022

Since 2014, tensions between Ukraine and Russia have been ongoing, with the threat of war looming large. Following heightened tensions to begin 2022, Russia officially began an invasion on Feb. 24, and...

With it being two years since the last Mill Week, some students are ready to have some fun for Mill Week 2022. I am so excited for Mill Week because the last time it was here, it was my freshman year, junior Cassidy Terry said. I know me and a lot of other people have been working hard in order to make sure that this Mill Week helps those in need and something that we can also have fun with.

Two years later, Mill Week returns

Landon Thomas, Staff Writer/Photographer March 2, 2022

The last time Mill Week was happening was back in 2020, but it didn’t get to be finished because of a mysterious disease at the time going around which no one knew what to expect. That disease became...

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