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S B.o0000b enator The O00d, bad, and uoly otm00sms00 Angie Pugmd ii Sports Editor Shopping is hectic; crodedl andl wish,1 chld get out of. YoU are bumper to .... Inthe end i ( it iS sucha hectic tim AccOrding to Lanser, he never gets presents for his friends because once he's done with his family, he's too frustrated to do an 5' more, so his friends shouldn't expect presents from him. Senior Hila .ry Tueller, who is along the same lines, hates Christmas shopping also. 'Tm cheap when it comes to Christmas shopping. Once I bought a shirt for myself, wore it once, and then gave it to my brother as his Christ- mas present," Tueller said memories ahvays make some of the best gifts. She had some friends that made cal- endars for the new year at Kinko's full of memorable pic- tures. "Or if the cash flow is extra low this year. making a homemade coupon book, al- though cheesy and cornL it 00a,00ght00l al00r, native to an expensive gift.  Some, like Nathan Cuff. se- nior, are moderate about Christmas shopping, they don't really care one way or another. Cluffhas sixaeen dif- ferent gifts he need to buy this year, just for his family. "My dad is pretty easy to buy for, he gives me an exact de- scription, then I go get it. My broflaers ask and expectioo much from me, and nw mom you get me, and ite past time." Truong goes shopping when he can find the time. He does his Christ- round- for Why xuld I go News December 19, 1996 3 Preparing for Semester Exams: How l o survive 'hell week' Kim Potter Reporter It's that time of the year again. The school year is now almost halfway over and teachers are all plotting their revenge for the past semester. It's time to take the semester exams, which most students refer to as "hell week." They are getting ready to crack down in the books to ace those important tests. Some sophomores may find exam time very nerve racking. Tasha Coffin. sophomore, is quite nervous about this hectic time of.year because she doesn't know what to expect. Coffin doesn't like the fact that the exams are usually based on what was learned throughout the semester. "Teachers shouldn't be so ha rd on students because things are forgotten from the beginning of the year." she states. She is keeping all of her papers from the begin- ning of the year so she can pull them out and study hard. De- pending on her teachers, she is really hoping that the tests aren't a big part of her grade. Coffin does think that she will do good if her nerves don't get in the way. Of course seniors are a lot marc experienced. Shelly Rcmien. senior, is getting ready for those tough exams. She isn't going toxvait until tile last minute. "I thought it would be easy and took it lightly, but things didn't go the way I planned," says Remien about her sophomore 3'ear. Her jun- ior year was a little better, but now that she is a senior, she knows what to expect and is starting to prepare. "This year should be preW easy," Remien said. Students aren't the only ones who have to heavily prepare for the exams. Teachers do to. Becky Compton, math teacher, agreed with the students on their opinions to exam time. She also believes that this time of year is very stressful. She has to look hard to find a test that will let her knm what the students know and also some- thing she can correct xvithin three days. She tries to prepare students by giving them quar- ter tests. Most of the time she even tests herself first before she hands it out to the students. Compton is the kind of teacher who is a lot more strict with the sophomores. They need a lot more guidance. Just because this is their first year here, she believes that they should be treated as if they were a junior or senior. Her advice is, "the time to prepare is not the night before." Semester Exam Schedule Tuesday, January 14 "0" hour Wednesday. Januan 15 period 3 8:3()-10:00 period 4 10:40-12:10 Thursday. January 16 period 5 8:30-1():o0 period 6 10:40-12:10 Friday. Jarmarv 17 period 1 8:.(-10:00 period 2 10:40-12:10 Dance club gets in the 'swing' of things Jolene Hui Arts and Culture Editor TILe new dance club. located in room 206. meets on ever), other Friday and is advised by Mrs. Kurdv. The dance club was started bv students from the Ask Seniors who Know (ASK) organization when someone randomly suggested it. It was started iust as a olace f0rbeoole " who get together and dance and learn different kinds of dances from every decade, starting with the 1920's and the Charleston which the), learned on December sixth. They are also planning on learning the 40's Swing and disco. Kermit Johnston. junior, said the rea- son why he joined dance club was, "I love to dance." He thinks that starting a dance club was a good idea because. "'It makes everyone get along to- gether and it's also great exer- cise." Although the club is still put together and events are planned, they still haven't found a place to dance other than room 206. One of the events that they have planned is a costume party after they hit the disco dancine of the 1970's. Anne Gough. senior and one of the founding mere- .... & ,. yOU l'llO'rT) WI'EVEN MENDENIIALI. Seniors Kerry Loveland and Colleen ('all show some pretty hot dance moves Dance chtb fl)cuses on various so;les el'dancing. 7he club meets during lunch on selected days. shopping for other people, bers stated about the dance club when I could be using the goals. "To have fun and learn money I would be spending as many different kinds of "/-'f'- Th@ BIGGEST on them for myself?" dances as we can." '' ' the Lion's Pride Cl00n(J AI} son Pincock, senior Kit Si)ellman, junior Christa Palmer, sophomore I i Lion's Pride Terri Sturgess " 5816 Overland Road Staeie Miller Teacher of the Month 375-536 1 Maxine Baker ./" r " 1 i J