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Slime Time Sophomores 2012-2013

Slime Time Sophomores 2012-2013

by Rachael Vallespir, Staff Writer

October 23, 2012


Filed under Student Life

I recently had a chance to speak with the sophomore class adviser, Mrs. Walter, about plans for the year and the sophomore hallway. Mrs. Walter and Mrs Wittenberg are the sophomore class advisers this year. A few weeks ago, Mrs. Walter and Mrs. Begg designed a class t-shirt in honor of Nickelodeon...

A Tale of Two Cookies: An Investigative Exposé

A Tale of Two Cookies: An Investigative Exposé

by Jillian Rotondaro, Kelly Streaser, and Anna Lis

October 19, 2012


Filed under Opinion, Student Life

It’s tough to come across a student in our school who isn’t entirely infatuated with the cafeteria’s cookies: soft, chocolatey, and warm. This year we have been blessed with fifth period lunch. So, although we’re practically eating at the crack of dawn (11 o’clock in the morning), the cookies...

Smoke and Mirrors: Avoiding the Pitfalls of High School Social Life

Smoke and Mirrors: Avoiding the Pitfalls of High School Social Life

by Andrew Brennan, News Editor

October 18, 2012


Filed under Opinion, Student Life

I have not imbibed alcoholic beverages, smoked, or used drugs while in high school. I’m neither here to preach nor praise myself, but rather just to reflect on my experiences, hopefully to the benefit of underclassmen. My high school experience has been fulfilling but also one that hasn’t been...

Pink Panthers bring awareness

Pink Panthers bring awareness

by Sara LoPiccolo, In-School Events Editor

October 17, 2012


Filed under Student Life

Happy Breast Cancer Awareness month! As we welcome October to the school year, we see swatches of pink plastering the hallways. In mass media, the NFL helps to raise awareness in October by making things on their websites and advertisements pink, and the players will wear pink equipment during the games....

Traveling through Vienna with Raquel Lesser

Traveling through Vienna with Raquel Lesser

by Raquel Lesser, Food Critic

October 12, 2012


Filed under Student Life

The carvings in these buildings, the structures are "rich" in history like the pastries they serve. I look around to see these vast buildings and, as they stare back at me, I could feel the seriousness they intend to give. On these streets, Mozart once stood.  I fade back into reality, as I realize...

School & Stress: A Tale of Homework, Sports, and College Admissions

School & Stress: A Tale of Homework, Sports, and College Admissions

by Kelly Streaser, Advertising Manager

October 5, 2012


Filed under Opinion, Student Life

Imagine this: It’s half way through your lunch period, and your turkey sandwich remains untouched. You haven’t eaten anything yet, because you’re finishing the English homework that you couldn’t do last night. You didn’t get home until 8:00 because your team had an away game, and then you had...

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