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Why the new schedules?

Katie Underwood, Reporter

November 5, 2014

Before this year, each school day had the same fixed beginning and end. At 7:17 AM the morning bell rang and students had eight minutes to get to their first period of the day. Each period lasted fifty minutes, passing periods...

Hong Kong Protests

Katie Underwood, Reporter

November 5, 2014

In September large protests erupted outside Hong Kong’s government headquarters. According to The New York Times, the protests called for the Chinese Communist Party to grant citizens of Hong Kong the right to democratically...

Too Old to Trick or Treat?

October 29, 2014

Dave Malkoff Halloween is a perfect opportunity for kids to enjoy cool temperatures, lots of candy and great costumes, but if spending the night trick-or-treating sounds like a great idea at this point in your life, it might be time to rethink. It was...

How to Safeguard Illness

How to Safeguard Illness

October 29, 2014

IPhone 6

October 29, 2014

Kārlis Dambrāns Hearing about up and coming technology excites people all around, especially when it comes to new advancements in smart phones. Phone companies of different varieties try to compete and keep up with constant sequential innovations, t...

Deadly Volcanic Eruption in Japan

Mekayla Butler

October 28, 2014

For over 300,000 years, Mount Ontake in Nagano, Japan was thought to be inactive, until 1979 when the 3063 meter volcano erupted, causing ashfall in cities 93 miles away. On Saturday September 27, 2014, the volcano erupted again,...

Watch the clock for Theatre’s next show

Katie Underwood, Reporter

October 28, 2014

The Theatre Department will continue its season with director Mr. Christopher Pruett’s own play, A Clockwork Tempest. The show is a steampunk-styled adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest, which centers on Prospero, the ousted Duke of Milan who now lives on a remote island, and his daught...

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