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Shoplifting negatively affects businesses

JACKIE PAWLAK, Staff Writer

March 9, 2017

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As an act that is commonly seen in movies, teenagers shoplifting seems almost stereotypical. Not only are teens the offenders, but they also commonly witness it at their part-time jobs. Shortly after Chad Pennington, a senior,...

Fake ID use limited among students

JENNA DICKES, Staff Writer

March 8, 2017

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When asked about opinions on fake IDs, many people have to step back and take a moment to actually think about it. Fake IDs are one of those things where you either have one or you do not, and everyone just minds their own business...

Driving laws often not followed

GABRIELLA CAFARELLI, Staff Writer

March 8, 2017

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In high school, it is a given that rules will be broken and disobeyed, but how far is too far? Upon reaching the age of sixteen, students learn to drive with parents, begin driver’s education, and get their permits. There are...

Why has vaping fallen from popularity?

TIFFANY BERRY, Staff Writer

March 8, 2017

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At first extremely trendy, accepted, and thought to be only for the kids who deemed the ‘popular’ status, vaping in teen culture has recently declined in both demand and popularity throughout the school. “There are ...

Jordan Perry makes waves as rapper “Siah”

RICHARD NAKATSUKA, Features Editor

March 8, 2017

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The urge to create is something inherent to the human experience. However, the full schedules and strain of schoolwork that most students face can end up preventing them from doing this. Despite this, senior Jordan Perry still finds the ...

Summer programs enhances student learning

Richard Nakatsuka, Features Editor

November 18, 2016

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The summer is usually a time off of school, when students can kick back and relax. Many take this time off of academic activities. However, that doesn’t mean that learning has to stop. When the summer comes around, it brings...

Pokémon Go’s popularity plummets

Pokémon Go’s popularity plummets

Jenna Dickes, Staff Writer

November 16, 2016

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Security guard Ceba Vestergaard hopes to protect and connect with students

Dylan Drescher, Staff Writer

February 24, 2016

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Developing relationships of all kinds with the adults around the school can greatly improve and streamline the entire educational experience. Whether it is starting a conversation or forming an opinion of that person, a bit of...

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