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Spread the Word to End the Word Assembly: Friday March 15th

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Stereotyping Teens

Mia Boudreau   In today’s digital age of technology, it can be easy to become absorbed with the virtual world. Technology, specifically iPhones, offer some…

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What Makes A Good Coach?

What Makes A Good Coach? By Abbey Hunt   Coaches and Student athletes have different ideas when it comes to the qualities needed in a…

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Demon of the Day

Demon of the Day 1/29/19 Demon of the Day 1/9/19: Brandon Montano Demon of the Day 12/13/18: Caleb Lachelt Demon of the Day 12/12/18: Jacob…

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The Queen Reigns: Bohemian Rhapsody will blow you away

Whether you’re Queen’s biggest fan or you’ve never heard of them in your life, Bohemian Rhapsody is a must see. As you’re watching, you will…

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Enduring the test of time: Endurance, a book review

The will to live is one of the strongest forces imaginable. Everyone has heard about incredible survival stories such as survivors of the Titanic, or…

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White House High: politicians stoop to teenage pettiness

“Why are you so afraid of a socialist economy?” said Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, “Because Americans want to walk their dogs, not eat them” said President…

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Two years in review: a reflection of America under the Trump administration

While mainstream popular left-wing agenda plagued news outlets such as NBC, MSNBC, CNN, and many more attempt to convince the general public that that the…

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US should tale action in response to murder of Jamal Khashoggi

“I can’t breathe,” was Jamal Khashoggi’s last words, moments before he was dismembered with a chainsaw inside the Saudi Arabia consulate in Istanbul. Khashoggi first…

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FDA doesn’t care about teen health

JUUL, the manufacturer of the sleek, flash drive-esque nicotine vaporizers that are becoming an epidemic in schools nationwide, made headlines when they agreed to restrict…

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My SAT scores = my business…Students should not feel obligated to share test results

Nationally, roughly 3.5 million students take the PSAT annually, and over 2 million students take the SAT. Both of these exams are massively stressful during…

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Why can’t we be friends: Baby boomers and Gen Z teens can learn from each other

In today’s digital age of technology, it can be easy to become absorbed with the virtual world. Technology, specifically iPhones, offer some people a distraction,…

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