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Posts published in November 2014

Solemn Salute To Our Servicemen

  By Amanda Madenberg In 1943, Mr. Henry Austin, only a year out of high school, was drafted for the war. Along with many other…

TGIBF: Thank God It’s Black Friday

By Bella Harnick The feast may have ended, but the festivities had not. Dressed in all black and masked by black face paint, freshman Celine…

Folding Paper Cranes To Ease The Pain

By Ashley Koo What does it take to get a cancer patient to smile? A thousand paper cranes. This year, the Art Club is working…

Ebola Explained

By Alana Farkas Thirty-three years ago, when the first report of Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) appeared in the United States, the number of people infected…

Making The Quarter Shorter

By Celina Macura Every day, students walk, sometimes stumble, mindlessly to their classes. Nine classes, countless tests, and four missing pens later, all they’re left…

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