Nixa Journalism

Intaking too much caffeine can lead to dependency and it can have some negative side effects if you consume it regularly. -Lindsay Ball, Lead Nurse for Nixa Public Schools

Stay Awake

Maddie McCrea, Managing Editor March 8, 2023

 In a sort of epidemic of caffeine addiction and sleep deprivation, people of all kinds are suffering from a cycle of low energy and quick fixes for the problem.     Junior Thomasina Brown said...

Nixa’s performing arts programs benefit from new and updated space

Paige Oyler, Website Editor, Social Media, and Jr Designer March 8, 2023

The Aetos Center For The Performing Arts is providing new opportunities and space at Nixa High School. The entire Aetos Center, including the band room, the black box theater, the theater workshop...

Can’t Ignore It

Lydia Cheek, Staff Writer March 3, 2023

   Public support for men’s mental health has become a term surrounded by stigma. Junior Logan Biles has been an advocate for men’s mental health. He believes that women get more attention when...

EagleAir TV, Holiday Edition 2022

EagleAir TV December 22, 2022

This holiday episode of EagleAir TV features a look at the Nixa Wrestling program, District Band and tiny homes in Springfield. Stay tuned for holiday fun.

Senioritis infects students

Zeltzin Mondragon-Garcia, Contributing Writer December 21, 2022

A little “sickness” has been spreading through Nixa High School. It's called senioritis. Senioritis is the lack of motivation to do anything school related. Affected seniors are ready to be done with...

EagleAir TV, Dec. 9, 2022

December 13, 2022

This episode of EagleAir TV features a look at the Hero Run 5K, engineering class and options available at Ozarks Technical Community College. Watch to the end for an ugly Christmas sweater competition.

5K Celebrates Veterans

Emma Hoffman, Eagle Yearbook December 12, 2022

Community members came together on Nov. 5 to support the veterans at the 3rd annual MG Hero Run 5K. The event was organized and founded by Jason Massengale and took place at the Nixa Parks and Recreation...

Ukraine to Nixa

Ukraine to Nixa

Eli Dean, Editor-in-Chief December 8, 2022

As the war in Ukraine carries on, more and more people have left their home country to find a more suitable living space. In July, it was estimated by the United Nations that 12 million people had fled...

Soaring in a Blue Sky

Justice Jones, Copy Editor December 8, 2022

Nixa High School has soared above its competition. The students and staff have been rewarded for their achievements by being named a 2022 National Blue Ribbon School. Margie Vandeven is the commissioner...

Appreciation vs Appropriation

Maddie McCrea, Managing Editor December 8, 2022

    The world is moving in a more culturally aware direction. However, whether it’s a lack of understanding or even blatant disrespect towards another culture, cultural appropriation...

Academic team focuses on trivia

Natasha Little, Contributing Writer December 8, 2022

    The growing Nixa academic team continues the jeopardy-like activity this year and is thriving.       “This activity is something that everyone can participate in,” Academic team coach...

Foreign Exchange Students Make Themselves a Temporary Home in Nixa

Kathleen Voges , Contributing Writer December 8, 2022

  New Faces from Denmark, Spain, France and more can be found in the hallways of Nixa High School.   Emma Elizabeth Mylund Christoffersen, from Hadsten, Denmark, is a student at Nixa High School...

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