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Zack Knust

Zack Knust, Data Manager

Hi! I’m Zack Knust, I am 17, and this is my fourth year in SPUB. I am a Galleries and Graphics Manager. because I really enjoy online writing, photography, and getting to the truth. I am also involved in Scholars Bowl and Theater. I enjoy being around animals of all shapes and sizes and just hanging out with friends. I love video games, board games, movies, trading cards, and comics and enjoy collecting them. I think journalism is important because it is important that everyone learns about what is going on in the school and around the world. I hope to get more people involved in the website and yearbook.

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Gym Class Game Day

Zack Knust, Gallery Manager
January 12, 2022

Boys Take Wrestling Home

Zack Knust, Gallery Manager
December 10, 2021

A Peek into the Classroom

Zack Knust, Gallery Manager
October 5, 2021

Sports Gallery Recap

Zack Knust, Gallery Manager
September 14, 2021
On Aug. 31, the soccer team hosted their first game of the season at home versus Gardner. While it was the first game, the Dazzlers also danced at the game in attempt to become more involved (Photo by L. Haney).

Dazzling Win for the Broncos

Zack Knust, Data Manager
September 7, 2021
Carson Lightcap, 10, and
Tom Uferman, 12, touch rackets. Touching rackets is an act of encouragement in Tennis (Photo by B. Shaffer).

JV Home Tennis Quad

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
April 28, 2021
As deaths due to COVID-19 continue to rise in India, the country has found itself having to utilize funeral pyres like the ones pictured here to dispose of their dead (photo courtesy AP News).

COVID-19 Cases in India Skyrocket

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
April 26, 2021
The Cast of the Pandemic Project: Part 2, pose together at the end of their performance (Photo by Z. Knust).

The Pandemic Project: Part 2

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
April 13, 2021
The controversy over the federal minimum wage has brought forth a discussion. Most introductory positions are paid minimum wage, which for a recent college graduate isn’t a livable wage (photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons).

The Real Truth About Minimum Wage

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
March 26, 2021
In 2010, gunmen opened fire on the Our Lady of Salvation Church in Iraq. Now, a decade later, Pope Francis will visit this church and others on his first trip to Iraq, hoping to heal religious division (photo courtesy AP News).

Pope Francis to Visit Iraq

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
March 5, 2021
Proper mask etiquette has been a bit of a problem at SHHS. Masks help people reduce the spread of COVID-19, and it is very important to wear and maintain properly (design credit O. Leblanc).

Masks Remain Crucial

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
November 13, 2020
Protestors gathered in front of Kyrgyzstans governmental building to express their discontent with the election (photo credit AP News).

Kyrgyzstan Annulled Election

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
October 8, 2020
About 700 Jewish pilgrims have been denied access to the city of Uman due to Ukraines COVID restrictions (photo courtesy AP News).

Hasidic Jews Denied Entry to Ukraine

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
September 22, 2020
 When you go onto Netflix you will see that “Code 8” is #6 (at the time of writing this April 17th) in the “Top 10 in U.S. Today.” It’s preview briefly introduces you to Code 8’s world of superpowers (Photo by Z. Knust).

Review: “Code 8”

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
April 24, 2020
 The Theater Cast doing a zoom circle to celebrate the show on April 9.  Due to COVID-19 their show A Midsummer Nights Dream was canceled (photo by Z. Knust).

Opinion: Play Time is Over

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
April 14, 2020
On Feb. 28, Alli Frank, 11, glaces over her shoulder to see where the ball is. The game ended with a win for the Broncos: 63 - 45 points (Photo by A. Hitchens).

Broncos Go to Sub-State

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
March 10, 2020
In Manila, Philippines, on Jan. 31, students take precautionary measures against the coronavirus. The virus has began to spread across the world (Photo Courtesy of AP photo).

Coronavirus Update

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
March 3, 2020
Faculty Profile: Feeback

Faculty Profile: Feeback

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
February 28, 2020
Photo Illustration by SPUB

Vaping Voices

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
February 20, 2020
At the start of the varsity volleyball game, the team huddles together. They are talking about the game (Photo by B.Reber).

Nov. 1 Volleyball goes to State

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
November 5, 2019
On Oct. 4, the student section cheering on the varsity football team against DeSoto. Despite the cold, there is a large turnout and the student section is full of pep. (Photo by A. Anderson)

The Cold Hits On And Off the Field

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
October 25, 2019
In Brent Smitheran’s, robotics teacher, fourth hour robotics class, You Yang, 12, and Josh Santos, 12, are building a robot to run a course. They are improving their first design to have a much smoother run through the course (Photo by ZKnust).

Robotics Team Put on Hold

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
October 22, 2019
On Sept. 20th, after the homecoming pep rally, Meg Putnam, Student Body President, 12, and Mattie Crabtree, Student Body Vice President, 12, celebrating their class winning the pep rally. The sophomores and the seniors had a close competition in the homecoming pep rally, but the seniors came out victorious (Photo Submitted by MCrabtree).

Day in the Life of StuCo

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
October 3, 2019
A guide to Pep

A guide to Pep

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
September 19, 2019
“Detective Comics” is the original name for “DC comics.  DC comics makes so many amazing comic books and almost every comic mentioned was written by DC comics even “Kick-Ass” and “Watchmen.” (Photo Credit https://www.flickr.com/photos/tom1231/4149139650)

A Place to Start: Comic Books

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
September 16, 2019
Marlene Oxner, Spanish teacher, throws her head back laughing after student, Evan Robinson, 11, makes joke about that days Tocatimbre. After that Oxner signed his calendar and Evan was then all caught up with the rest of the class. (Photo By O.Amos)

Pros of Early Conferences

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
September 11, 2019
Godzilla destroying Tokyo, Japan, the place where he was created and what the first Godzilla movie was based on. The fan art above is based on the 2016 movie “Godzilla Resurgence.” (Fanart by Noger Chen on Flickr)

Review: Godzilla: King of monsters

Zack Knust, Staff Writer
September 3, 2019
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