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Waitress Dances its Way into the Hearts of Many

Autumn Smith, Reporter

February 15, 2018

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  Waitress the musical first premiered in August 2015 at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge. Not long after, in 2016, the musical moved to Broadway. I saw the musical at the Hippodrome theater February 3. &nbs...

Kayla Wisnom to Enter College as Sophomore

Adam Steiner, Editor-in-Chief

February 9, 2018

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Senior Kayla Wisnom is on track to finish her senior year with enough college credits to completely account for her freshman year of college. Upon the completion of this year, Wisnom will have a full 26 college credits, a...

A Day With My Anxiety

Autumn Smith, Reporter

February 5, 2018

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It’s six a.m.; the alarm goes off and the nausea sets in. My day has started and my constant companion, anxiety, is already present. Anxiety is something that many people struggle with and it’s different for everyone who e...

Anxiety Resources

February 5, 2018

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If you or someone you love is struggling with anxiety, there are many resources here at school. Speak to your guidance counselor: Mrs. Marburger: [email protected] Miss Randall: [email protected] Mrs....

Need Help Understanding Net Neutrality?

Autumn Smith, Reporter

January 24, 2018

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On December 14, a council of five Federal Communications Council (FCC) members voted whether or not a series of internet regulations established in February of 2015, called net neutrality, should be repealed. In the end, the vo...

Have You Ever Wondered What Your Life Would Be Like If You Uncovered a Shocking Inner Truth?

Hannah Piechocki, Reporter

January 2, 2018

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*Beware of spoilers* In the Mortal Instruments series all started with a 15 year old, New York City girl, Clary Fray visiting Pandemonium Club. While in the club, she witnessed a murder that only she could see. The culprits appeared t...

Four Generations Reflect on Kennard-Dale

Trinity Brunicki, Reporter

December 15, 2017

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Our high school may have a lot more history than you think involving the Future Farmers of America Association (FFA) The first opening year for our school was in 1951, but other schools in the surrounding towns still remained...

Oh Christmas Tree Oh Christmas Tree, We Never Thought You’d Be So Weird in Other Countries…

Hannah Piechocki, Reporter

December 15, 2017

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In America, Christmas usually consists of decorating a Christmas tree, making Christmas cookies, wearing ugly sweaters, etc. Typically, families also come together and celebrate the holidays and enjoy a family meal. Although, ...

My Day in the State Capitol

Adam Steiner, Editor-in-Chief

October 24, 2017

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On October 16, State Representative Kristin Phillips-Hill offered me an opportunity to shadow her for a day in the state capitol. This experience helped me to determine whether I wanted to pursue a career in politics. The da...

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