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The golden rule

  Teachers are a large part of any teenager’s life. Teens spend eight hours every day for five days a week with teachers at their high school, maybe even more depending on extracurricular activities. Respect is such an important aspect in the relationship between teacher’s and students and is crucial to have.   No matter…

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Hidden Figures: Hitting close to home

  Hidden Figures is a film that reveals the true story of three African-American women as they work for NASA as the first African Americans ever in the program. Set in the 1960’s during the race against Russia to put a man in space, each of the women struggles to defeat racism and sexism while…

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Life without football

  According to http://ftw.usatoday.com, an average of 23.7 million viewers watch Sunday Night Football. Now that it is February, there is one thing on those 23.7 million peoples’ minds: what should I do during the offseason? The season won’t start back up again for another long and painful six months.   Many people suffer from PFD, Post…

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Social media: The uprising or downfall of today’s society

  Social media has a strong influence in your everyday life and occupies almost every person you come across mentally. It makes communication happen in less than 5 seconds, but is that really a good thing? No, it’s not. Today’s society can be described as dominated by their cellular devices being that on average, people…

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Students save lives at Bonfils Blood Drive

  On January 26th, the National Honors Society annual Bonfils Blood Drive took place in the HR wrestling room. Students eligible to donate blood helped save lives and encouraged other students to do the same.   Bonfils Blood Drive originated in 1943; Dr. Osgoode Philpott and Helen G. Bonfils recognized a need for a local…