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The plaque at the bottom of the newly planted tree details Spartanburg Soil and Water
Envirothon Team Receives Survivor Tree
Sarah McMeekin, Entertainment Editor • March 24, 2021

The Spartanburg Soil and Water Conservation District recognized the success of the Envirothon team by donating a seedling from the famous Oklahoma City...

Cupcakes and slices of cake were served as a birthday celebration for the Viking.
50 Years of the Viking
Florence Cope, Variety Co-Editor • March 24, 2021

  50 years after the first graduating class of Spartanburg High School received their diplomas in the spring of 1971, the community has come...

After receiving custom "Spartanburg Sluggers" jerseys last season the team finally got to unveil them in a special Saturday game.
Sluggers Are Back in Town
Lars Iven, Variety Co-Editor • March 29, 2021

Since its opening in 1926, Duncan Park has been home to many different semi-pro teams, including the City of Spartanburg's first semi-pro Negro...

Michigan and Louisville tip off their second round matchup of the NCAA Tournament. Michigan is in the midst of a deep run in this years
March: The Month of Madness
Dev Patel, Sports Co-Editor • March 25, 2021

March Madness is one of the biggest and most exciting events in all of collegiate sports. March Madness, also known as the NCAA D1 men’s...

Regean Collins throws the ball downfield after a save. This is the part of her game that she worked hardest on in the offseason.
Reagan Collins: The Heart of the Vikings' Defense
Jackson Edwards, Sports Co-Editor • March 24, 2021

As Reagan Collins (12) prepares to leave the field of Spartanburg High School and move across town to Converse College, she looks back on a...

Photo illustration by V. Franke
Content Creator Controversy
Violette Franke, Op-Ed Editor • March 25, 2021

With TikTok’s rapid growth and booming success, the app has become more than just entertainment. It...

The revealing interview has brought spotlight to lasting problems within the royal family.
An Inside Look into Royal Drama
Sarah McMeekin, Entertainment Editor • March 25, 2021

In a two-hour tell-all special with Oprah, Meghan Markle gets candid about her and Harry’s recent decision...

The Marshmallow Test
The Marshmallow Test
Clara Maultsby, Co-Editor in Chief/Columns Editor • March 22, 2021

The Marshmallow Test is not only a famous social psychology experiment – it has also been a TikTok trend. Celebrities such as Kylie Jenner...

These brownies are fresh out of the oven and ready to eat!
Brownies!
Matthew Beyer, Viking Voices Editor • March 22, 2021

The best dessert that comes to mind when I think about something chocolatey is a brownie. Simplicity is what a brownie is about. Whether they’re homemade...

Quiet Power
Quiet Power
Grace Till, Co-Editor In Chief/News Editor • March 21, 2021

Being quiet is often seen as a weakness. Those who are louder and more involved tend to gain more power in society. However, Susan Cain...

As companies look for ways to increase revenue, they have resorted to shortening life spans of products.
Planned Obsolescence: An Unknown Crisis
Staff Editorial March 25, 2021

As the world becomes engulfed in the age of consumerism, global companies have looked to exploit customers through an immoral practice: planned obsolescence. Planned obsolescence, which is the deliberate...

Numerous alternatives to dairy products are found across grocery store shelves.
Rise of the Veggies
Leah Chandler, Student Life Editor • March 25, 2021
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Youth on YouTube 
Ford Daniels, Virtual Student Life Editor • March 25, 2021
Natalya Carroll (12) poses with her Grand-Jo,  who she deeply admires and spends a lot of quality time with.
The Tradition of Respecting Elders
Grace Till, Co- Editor in Chief • March 25, 2021
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