By FIONA CONNOLLY COLUMNIST There’s finally a bit of snow on the ground, so it’s time for your Fashion by Fiona Guide to Boots. In the winter months, nobody wants their toes frozen, so wearing boots is a comfortable but fashionable alternative to flats and sneakers. The first kind of boot that is in this season is the riding boot. In black and all shades of brown, riding boots can pull an outfit together. Try wearing brown riding boots with black leggings, a chambray
By ALANA MARSH STAFF WRITER Kevin English, a teacher at Perrysburg High School, has been named BCSN Teacher of the Month for January 2013. Every month BCSN chooses a student and teacher of the month from school nominations. These students and teachers are then in the running against the winners of other months for the title of Student of the Year or Teacher of the Year. Mr. English will be running against seven other teachers throughout the Toledo area for
By HANNAH WEIKER STAFF WRITER Comparing lineups and previous stats on the Perrysburg Yellow Jackets and Anthony Wayne Generals anyone could have told you it was going to be a close game. From the same undefeated record in the Northern Lakes League to the intensity of play from each side during every minute of every game. Not only was it close but it was down to the wire. So close that an overtime period was needed to decide the game.
By ALANA MARSH STAFF WRITER The boys and girls swim teams of Perrysburg High School held a meet last Friday against Oak Harbor; the girls held their ground for a clear win and the boys left with a tie. Co-Captains of the men’s team are junior Alex Kloster and senior Dallas Stiles, who said simply that the “girls swam fantastic and the guys fought hard.” We swam fast!” said freshman RJ Mckee enthusiastically. And fast they did, many members of
By FIONA CONNOLLY COLUMNIST There’s something very festive about Taylor Swift’s classic look. Her hair, cat-eye makeup, and of course, her signature red lipstick, just seem to give a wintry touch to any outfit. So why not try out her look over the holidays? It’s actually quite simple. Here’s how:
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