"I'm having trouble finding Antimony."
"Yeah, I'm having trouble finding my dad."
"It's the moon in school!"
"I want to be white trash!"
** This section is comprised of unusual, humorous things our staff hear during the regular school day. It's a tradition that originated years ago. Enjoy!
Student photographers and artists provide illustrations or other visual elements for each article. The process begins with brainstorming ideas for the upcoming issue. After ideas are finalized, the staff spends a week researching, interviewing, and composing. On the day of deadline, the work is subject to editing until the it is flawless. Then the webmaster updates the website for publication. In order to create a unified looking paper, fonts and text sizes remain consistent, and each article must be illustrated. The entire process usually takes about a month.
We encourage your interaction with staff members through email correspondence and submission of letters to the editor intended for publication on the editorial-opinion pages. The opinion pages are to be a forum of expression. Editorials will comment on relevant issues and attempt to influence the student body and the surrounding community. Their function is to condense problems, issues, and events, evaluate them, and recommend a course of action. Guest editorials are subject to approval by adviser and staff, but will occasionally be printed. Letters to the editor are welcome. They must, however, not include invasions of privacy, personal attacks, or libel of any sort. Names will be withheld upon valid request, but a verifiable signature must accompany each letter. These pages are open to free expression of ideas from students, staff members, faculty, parents, and community members. The Cougar Chronicle reserves the right to edit any submission without changing its substance or to refuse to print any letter based on a decision by the adviser and staff. Submit letters to the editor to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2nd Annual Promposal Contest
Congratulations to our top three promposal submissions!
Lexi Benhart, Maddy Goldenstern, and Laura Fischer
I’m a senior and this is my second year in newspaper. Last year I reported for Arts & Entertainment and this year I am the "webmaster," meaning I am in charge of running this site. I'm hoping to attend Purdue West Lafayette to study engineering.
Student Life Editor
I'm Kaylin and I’ve been writing for The Cougar Chronicle for about 2 years. Once I graduate I plan to attend Indiana University in Bloomington to study Journalism and Communications. My favorite TV show is Friends and I love my cat.
Editor in Chief & News Editor
This is my second year on the newspaper staff. After writing for the news section last year, I'm overjoyed to be this year's editor-in-chief. After high school, I'm hoping to major in journalism at either Northwestern or Butler.
I’m Miah Nickerson, and this is my first year writing for the Cougar Chronicle. My plans after graduation are to attend IU Bloomington, and major in foreign language education. After college I hope to take a year to teach in China in a rural school. My hobbies include watching 90s TV, reading, attempting the ukulele,and cooking.
Student Life Writer
The Cougar Chronicle is an official publication of New Prairie High School. The Cougar Chronicle is dedicated to providing the staff and student body with a medium that delivers the news surrounding New Prairie High School in a timely manner.
The Cougar Chronicle Staff will accept any letter to the editor or student work. We reserve the right to edit unacceptable content or ask the writer to assist in the editing process. All student work may be delivered to room 41 or given to any member of the staff or emailed to email@example.com.
The opinions expressed in the Cougar Chronicle are the views of the writers who wrote them and are not reflective of New Prairie High School, New Prairie United School Corporation or the Cougar Chronicle staff.