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Kicking soccer into business

Kicking soccer into business

by Janice Lee, Staff Writer
April 18, 2017 • 209 views
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An inside look at a local soccer business and two students hoping to pursue soccer in college.

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Curtains open for spring show

Curtains open for spring show

by Dylaney Sabino, Staff Writer
April 18, 2017 • 82 views
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The Stage lit up with sound blasting and actors waiting anxiously in their positions. The curtains began to open as The Theatre Company’s nerves stir. With just one month to pull together a four scene show, a much shorter timeline than the company is familiar with, the company was eager to face an au...

Silence is Action: Gay Straight Alliance holds Day of Silence

Silence is Action: Gay Straight Alliance holds Day of Silence

by Patricia Whyte, Staff Writer
April 17, 2017 • 78 views
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Two of the top three reasons students said they were most often bullied at school were actual or perceived sexual orientation and gender expression, according to From Teasing to Torment: School Climate in America, a 2005 report by the Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network and Harris Interactive. The Gay St...

Top Steam Games: A list by Ben Solomon

Top Steam Games: A list by Ben Solomon

by Ben Solomon, Senior Staff Writer
April 8, 2017 • 42 views
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Verdun 2015 Publisher M2H and Blackmill Games Genre Multiplayer Shooter I bought this game when it was in Early Alpha, a WW1 trench warfare shooter - I had to be part of that. Like most early access games, however, it was a complete and total train wreck. It looked bad: the maps were super...

One-to-one laptop initiative confirmed for next year

One-to-one laptop initiative confirmed for next year

by Ben Solomon, Senior Staff Writer
April 8, 2017 • 79 views
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The one-to-one laptop initiative has been approved in a recent decision by the school board. These changes come with announcement that School Fusion, the current website host, will be replaced with Schoology. Principal John Arlotta is confident that the new system will be well received. ...

Career Day sparks students’ interests

Career Day sparks students’ interests

by Michelle DeMaria, Staff Writer
April 7, 2017 • 47 views
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Throughout the school day on Wed. April 5, the Guidance Department as well as the Ridgewood PM Rotary Club held a Career Day in the Media Center. It gave students an opportunity to explore potential career paths and become better informed about their fields of interest. Students could sign up on a...

A LEAP of faith on karaoke night

A LEAP of faith on karaoke night

by Julia Rooney, Managing Editor
April 7, 2017 • 46 views
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In a society in which underage drinking and drug abuse is so prevalent, the LEAP club is driven more than ever to provide positive outlets for high school students to stay sober while having a good time. “LEAP stands for Leadership, Encouragement, Alternatives and Positivity,” said junior club...

Redbubble stickers popping up everywhere

Redbubble stickers popping up everywhere

by Michelle DeMaria
April 6, 2017 • 79 views
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Redbubble stickers are decorating laptops by storm. A trend is emerging, as more and more students embellish their laptops in a collage-like fashion. These high-quality stickers are to your laptop as "Emojis" are to your text messages: they get your point across in a colorful way. Straight out of Melbourn...

Writing through the journey

Writing through the journey

by Christine Nappi, Staff Writer
April 4, 2017 • 307 views
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After long, arduous hours of interviews, travelling, transcribing tapes and composing a story, The Miracle of St. Anthony was finally published. After receiving his book in the mail, author Adrian Wojnarowski flipped through the pages of his very own book in awe. His devotion, his dedication, and his own ...

Torn from the game

Torn from the game

by Jordan Carr, Staff Writer
March 31, 2017 • 224 views
Filed under Carousel Featured Article, Features, In-Depth, Showcase, Sports, Sports - The Panther Den

It was just a rec game. The lights were white and bright overhead, making halos of reflection on the floor. Red mats were around the walls to protect players from injury. The ref blew the whistle sharply. Aidan whipped a quick pass to his teammate who took a jump shot from the outside. Aidan pumped his fist...

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