Cheers to Lady Panthers soccer. With their win against Trinity last Thursday, the team secured its first region championship since 2016.
Cheers to STAR student Tito Alofe. He has advanced to the state level as STAR student.
Cheers to Starr’s Mill Thespians. Their production of “Anastasia” was nominated for a whopping eight Shuler Awards! The cast will perform on live television in April at the Cobb County Performing Arts Center.
Cheers to homemade food. Say what you will about Chick-fil-A, but not even a spicy deluxe sandwich beats coming home to a delicious, warm dinner cooked up by your mom.
Cheers to the foreign language plays last Friday. The mini-productions of “Despicable Me,” “Monsters, Inc.,” “Pirates of the Caribbean,” and “Scooby-Doo! and the Monster of Mexico” were an entertaining way to end the week.
Jeers to sports performance anxiety. I have trained to do the thing, I want to do the thing, I know I can do the thing… but can I really? The fear of failure can be overwhelming. Just do it!
Jeers to the expenses of senior year. Between prom, senior dues, graduation cords, and more, seniors are becoming the stereotype of broke college students before they even arrive there.
Jeers to over-iced drinks. Did I really pay seven dollars to get a cup of frozen water with a drop of vanilla coffee?
Jeers to thunderstorms. They are quite a spectacle to watch and listen to unless you are a dog. Poor Fido has been cowering under the bed for hours like it is a bomb shelter.
Jeers to the tornado that hit Mississippi on Friday. It left destruction in its wake, and now those who were affected must begin the process of rebuilding.