The government shut down is affecting more people than we realize

By Erin McConville '16

November 9, 2013

Filed under Blog

The government is currently in lock down. This affects many more people than anyone could imagine. Because of Congress shutting the government down, 800,000 government workers are out of jobs and sitting at home not getting paid....

The government shut down should not have happened

By Derek Wakeley '16

November 9, 2013

Filed under Blog

The government shutdown should not have happened. The main reason for the shutdown is the Obama Care Act. This act was passed, and it allowed everyone to be able to afford health care. The thing I don’t understand is they are...

Nike should create more shoes to avoid violent camp outs

By Cory Redington '16

November 9, 2013

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Recently in Wilmington, Delaware, two men were shot at a store waiting for the release of the new Nike Air Jordan. The shoe that was coming out was the Jordan Retro 5 in the Bel Air colorway. The shooting occurred around 5:30...

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev deserves all the punishment he is getting

By Briana Witkowski '16

November 9, 2013

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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is the suspect of the Boston Marathon bombing. He has been in jail for four months now. His punishment includes not being allowed to pray with other inmates, come out of his cell unless it’s to talk to lawyers...

I want the new iPhone 5s

By Bobbiann Gubbei '16

November 9, 2013

Filed under Blog

Today’s latest news is the brand new iPhone’s that have been released with the brand new update iOS7 on September 20th. People lined up outside Apple and other retail selling stores all over the country waiting for the ne...

We need to help those living in poverty

By Autumn Roberts '16

November 9, 2013

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Everyday someone is fighting his own battle, whether it’s against himself or another. For example, 21,000 children died today around the world due to poverty. This news never even made headlines. Poverty is when a family makes...

It’s game time

By Nina Mascali 13

September 24, 2012

Filed under Blog, Fall Sports, Sports

There is just a different feeling when the lights come on, the music turns off and the quietness takes over the crowd and field like a wave. The whistle blows. It’s game time. Goggles on and ready. We rush to the ball like we’ll...

I’m addicted to Dominos

Ryan Friars '14

September 17, 2012

Filed under Blog

I love dominos because they are very time-consuming. Dominos make my day ten times better whenever I play. It really relieves stress at harsh times. Try it for yourself. I first started playing at the age 6, and have been addicted...

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Losing my iPhone saved me in school

By Phil Fisher '12

January 17, 2012

Filed under Blog

            My first day with my iPhone 4 was one of the greatest days. I could explore the internet, listen to music, and text all at the same time, which in some cases is a good thing and a bad thing. I used my new...

Life for a young kid can be hard

By Zach Zeilman '12

January 17, 2012

Filed under Blog

Life for a young kid can be hard: getting in trouble constantly, not caring much for school, and worst of all—peer pressure. There is a lot that kids have to deal with that adults don’t understand; they should  not give in...

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