The student news site of Antioch Community High School.

Sequoit Media

The student news site of Antioch Community High School.

Sequoit Media

The student news site of Antioch Community High School.

Sequoit Media

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There are some unique, wild, and crazy courses offered at colleges in the U.S.

Wacky and wild college courses

Colleges offer many course options, and some are the wildest topics.
Maddie Eul, Tom Tom Staff
November 16, 2023
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Colleges have many unique offerings that students are unaware of.

Cool and unusual college features

Colleges have many things to offer other than just education and dorm life. Here are some of the most unique things colleges have to offer throughout the United States.
Maddie Eul, Tom Tom Staff
October 18, 2023
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Life after high school can be hard, especially when picking a major.

Managing your major

College is creeping up for the class of 2023, and the unknown of the future can be overwhelming for some.
Grace Semple, Tom Tom Staff
September 15, 2022
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Hill, despite some learning curves, is ready for the future.

Where they are now: Griffin Hill

2016 alumnus Griffin Hill reflects on his time as a Sequoit and sets up plans for his future.
Reino Hill, Tom Tom Staff
January 31, 2022
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Senior Vic Manke decided to pursue his academic career at University of Iowa

Seniors begin to act on college decisions

Even though many believe college decisions happen at the end of a student's senior year, the timeline is much more elaborate.
Bella Bussone, Tom Tom Staff
January 31, 2022
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Hannah Benes committed to South Dakota School of Mines and Technology to major in computer science. Benes is playing volleyball at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.

Sequoits make it official

This Wednesday on Nov. 9, five Sequoit athletes officially signed their National Letter of Intent to pursue their athletic and academic careers.
Sydney Parker, Sports Writing Editor
November 17, 2021
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The college process can be difficult for some students due to the varying factors. The research component of the college search tends to sneak up on people, and it never seems like there is enough time to properly research schools counselor Brett Heintz said. The added pandemic can make research extra strenuous.

Class of 2021 prepare for college

Seniors are sending out college applications and getting ready for their first year of college, but some may be struggling with the process.
Patrick Sheehan, Sports Online Director
December 7, 2020
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As athletes grow older, some sports are sacrificed to put their sole focus on their stronger sport.

Sacrificing Sports

High school athletes who have a chance at playing in the big leagues often put their other sports aside.
Cassidy Thomas, Sports Visual Editor
November 12, 2020
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Many students have a hard time finding an even balance between athletics, school and life.

Taking Play to the Next Level

Athletes often find themselves with too much to cram into too little time. For many, this excess workload between sports, school and other extracurriculars can result in a lack of focus of one of the three groups.
Tyler Cook, Tom Tom Staff
November 11, 2020
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Senior Sara Jilly posts in her college Facebook page to find new friends and a potential roommate.

Finding a Roommate On Facebook

Joining your future college Facebook page can help make friends and become familiar with the people you're spending the next four years with.
Samantha Milliken, Tom Tom Staff
February 20, 2020
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What it Feels Like to Ride One More Wave

What it Feels Like to Ride One More Wave

Nayla Loos, Video Consultant
November 26, 2019
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Facing the Future

Facing the Future

The last year of high school can be full of resentment and excitement, but as high school comes to a close, I look back on the last four years as times I will never forget.
Joseph Kestian, Assistant Director
October 16, 2018
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