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The Biggest bubble of them all

The Biggest bubble of them all

Owen Ferris, Lenses Writer

December 13, 2014


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The United States federal government has been offering student loans since the 1950’s. It first started under the “National Defense Education Act” when the government decided to issue loans for returning military personnel to attend college; however, the government’s involvement in the student loan...

Fe[Meninism]

Fe[Meninism]

Stasia Vasko, Bottom Line Editor

December 13, 2014


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According to Webster’s Dictionary, feminism is the advocacy of women's rights on the grounds of political, social and economic equality to men. This belief system can be traced back as early as the 19th century and has grown in popularity as time has progressed. Yet, according to The Huffington Post ...

State of the Union: Foreign Policy

State of the Union: Foreign Policy

Alex Crouch, Editor-in-Chief

November 7, 2014


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In-depth look at President Obama's Foreign Policy

iPad privacy

Michael Thompson, Lenses Editor

November 7, 2014


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The implementation of iPads for all members of the class of 2018 this fall has brought students a new method of learning. The technology allows the user immense capability; however, some students fear that the school compromises their privacy, and the tools are not truly free for their personal use. Th...

Theatre Department

Theatre Department

Stephanie Maurer and Kaitlin Clark

November 7, 2014


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The main goal for any school sponsored extracurricular activity is, first and foremost, to provide students with an enjoyable outlet that can also help represent their school. A successful extracurricular gains participants every year while providing students with a way to express themselves. Extracur...

State of the Union: Domestic Policy

State of the Union: Domestic Policy

Alex Crouch, Editor-in-Chief

September 21, 2014


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As President Obama’s second term in office progresses, the United States has, unfortunately, regressed in several ways. Sure, the Administration has had some beneficial things come of this Presidency; however, scandal after scandal, gaffe after gaffe, the state of our union and the world is not looking so bright.

Dress code: established, enforced

Dress code: established, enforced

Lexi Skordilis and Michael Thompson

September 21, 2014


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The Administration assures that they are more than happy to discuss the issue; therefore, students should accept the invitation and express their concern to the Administration directly, rather than online or via petition.

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