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Aussie band debuts commendable album

Written by Patricia Stoica, Staff Writer

May 14, 2015


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Think you have enough light, infectious songs stuck in your head? Probably not. It's ok though, because Aussie band Sheppard is here to remedy that. They've released their debut album in July and since its release of lead single "Geronimo" in February it has played live on the Today Show, The Voice...

Apraxia Awareness Day

Written by Lily Corona, Staff Writer

May 14, 2015


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May 14 will be National Apraxia Awareness Day. For those who are not aware what apraxia is, here is an explanation. Apraxia is a newly discovered disorder that prevents a person from learning certain skill-based tasks. The highest diagnosed form of apraxia is Childhood Apraxia of Speech, or CAS for...

Senior Superlative Winners

May 8, 2015


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Thank you to all who voted. The complete list of Senior Superlative winners is below.   Most likely to be a millionaire: Eric Lin, Marina Tian Best smile: Kevin Fryer, Aly Winter Most school spirit: Cole Richwine, Jessica Olas Best athlete: Dane Kuiper, Haley Langille Best dressed:...

Unique Mother’s Day gifts

Written by Anita Daryanani, Staff Writer

May 7, 2015


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Although mothers should be acknowledged every day, Mother’s Day is a special holiday dedicated specifically for them. It’s become a custom in society to do something meaningful for mothers on this day. This year, Mother’s Day falls on May 10. With it closely approaching, finding a unique gift should...

Test taking tips for AP testing and finals

Written by Anita Daryanani, Staff Writer

May 7, 2015


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With finals quickly approaching and AP tests occurring, you want to make sure you study well and prepare for them sufficiently in order to achieve the highest score possible. The following are healthy tips to support your brain during your exam schedule. Eat the morning of the test. Even if you ...

PC’s vs. Macs

Written by Anita Daryanani and Kajal Dave, Staff Writer, Copy Editor

April 30, 2015


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It’s one of the fiercest debates known to modern man. Friendships have been broken, and relationships split over this issue. The question? Apple or Microsoft. The Macintosh or the PC. PC- Kajal  Microsoft and Apple have sufficient control over the computer industry. Either you have an Apple co...

Potatoes: the superfood

Written by Lily Corona, Staff Writer

April 24, 2015


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As of late, I’ve began to realize that among the hidden and underappreciated foods are potatoes. Taken for granted, they are a very flexible food that seems to not have nearly as much appreciation as they deserve. So, in order to give potatoes more credit than they have received thus far, I will show...

“Bad” habits that are actually beneficial

Written by Anita Daryanani, Staff Writer

April 23, 2015


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It’s quite annoying when someone criticizes your habits. These actions of yours are simply what you and your body are accustomed to doing throughout daily life. However, some habits deemed “bad” can actually prove beneficial to the individual. Here are just a few of these: Sleeping in: The...

Final TheatreWorks performance does not disappoint

Final TheatreWorks performance does not disappoint

Written by Brenna Bocheneck, Life and Times Editor

April 23, 2015


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For its final play of the year, TheatreWorks performed The Sting. TheatreWorks adapted its production of The Sting from the screenplay of the 1973 film of the same name. This show was TheatreWorks’ largest play of the year, featuring a cast of 41 students. The Sting is set in 1932 and follows th...

Promposal Ideas

Written by Anita Daryanani, Staff Writer

April 22, 2015


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Prom is just around the corner. You’ve bought a glamorous outfit, made dinner reservations, found a perfect picture spot and arranged transportation for the special night. But one certain something is still missing. A date. Even though the dance can be just as enjoyable without one, a date to Prom...

Quick breakfasts to help start your day

Written by Anita Daryanani, Staff Writer

April 17, 2015


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It’s early morning and you have just woken up. You go to the kitchen to fix yourself something to eat, but all you see is the same box of cereal in the pantry. Breakfast is an essential part of the day, but you may find yourself always going back to the same foods every morning. When this routine gets...

Second movie in ‘Divergent’ series to please fans

Written by Brenna Bochenek, Production Editor

April 6, 2015


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Often times, movie adaptations of novels change key details or elements of the story. In Insurgent, the film adaptation of Veronica Roth’s second installment of the same name in her best-selling Divergent series, Tris (Shailene Woodley) must overcome her inner demons and fight to protect society f...

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