Monthly Archive: November 2014

Nov 21

To Go Or Not To Go? That Is The Question

  Would you rather stay home or go on vacation for a holiday? There are different opinions for leaving on vacation or staying home. Some people would rather stay home because they usually spend the holidays with their whole family and when you go it will not be that easy to have  the rest of …

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Nov 21

ISIS – How Big of a Threat are They?

  “Am I worried? No, why would I need to be worried?” said Axel Manica, an 8th grade student, at the question of whether or not he is worried about the threat of ISIS or ISIL, (Islamic State in Iraq and Syria). ISIS is an Islamic extremist group in the Iraq/Syria area. ISIS is known …

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Nov 20

Cinephile VS. Bibliophile

“Harry Potter,” “Percy Jackson,” “Twilight,” “The Notebook,” “Divergent,” “If I Stay,” “The Maze Runner,” and plenty more are movies recently made from a popular book! Both movies and books are great. Some people wouldn’t take the time out of their day to read a page of a book on purpose and some would drop everything …

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Nov 19

They’re Real People, Too

When speaking of the administration here, students usually speak of them from a critical and negative viewpoint. Yet, they are real people with interests, personalities, and friends. Interests make a person. They make life enjoyable rather than tolerable. They are things a person can be excited about. Assistant Principal Nybo and Principal Young enjoy being …

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