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Top five New Year’s resolutions

Luke Cristantiello, News Editor

November 9, 2017

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Adopt a cute pet Get organized Read more books Stop being late all the time Meet new people

Top 10 gift ideas

Sandra Nemes, Entertainment Editor

November 9, 2017

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A snow cone maker: Nostalgia SCM502 Snow Cone Maker $31.94 A cake pop maker: $29.99 Baby cakes mini cake pop maker     Air hockey machine: Sport Squad HX40 Electric Powered Air Hockey Table Price:...

Popular New Year’s Event Has Long History

Raquel Korff, Features Editor

November 9, 2017

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It lasts just sixty seconds but has become one of the most famous events of the New Year.  Since 1907, back when it was made from just iron and wood, the New Year’s Eve ball has dropped 106 times, in New York City’s Times...

The mystery behind Santa

Sophia Roberts, Features Editor

November 9, 2017

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Every year, a man has hopped into his sleigh and delivered gifts to all of the good children of the world. He has gone by many names, any had many stories, only few knew who he really was. According to learningenglish.com,...

Winter in the Sunshine State

Carina Wang, News Editor

November 8, 2017

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During winter break, many families enjoyed spending quality time together whether it be on vacation or just relaxing at home. The two weeks students got off called for family gatherings and holiday events. “My mom’s side...

Characters inspire Halloween costumes

Characters inspire Halloween costumes

Sophia Roberts, Feature Editor

October 12, 2017

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Fall brings on pumpkin flavor craze

Bella Velez, Co-Editor In Chief

October 12, 2017

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It was October which meant pumpkin fever was officially in the air. There was no evading the array of pumpkin products that entered stores. Pumpkin flavored milk, butter, pretzels, potato chips, cereal, chocolate, yogurt, and...

Thanksgiving becomes a time for families to celebrate and continue traditions

Lyla Ibrahim, Photo Edior

October 12, 2017

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The family passes around the cranberry sauce. Laughing and catching up on all the events that they missed while being so far apart from each other for almost a year since their last get together. “I enjoy Thanksgiving because...

Thanksgiving has long, rich history

Luke Cristantiello, News Editor

October 12, 2017

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Thanksgiving becomes a time for families to celebrate and continue traditionsFrom eating pumpkin custard for three days, to turkey and potatoes for a night, Thanksgiving has changed in the past 400 years. “My favorite dish...

Good sleeping habits lead to fuller, deeper sleep

Jacob Schlessel, Technology Editor

April 5, 2017

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Many students struggle with lack of sleep. Bad tendencies picked up from all-nighters remain with students throughout the week. These habits can be replaced with good habits by changing nighttime routines. According to sleepfoundation.org,...

Snoozing reigns supreme, effects of low sleep dangerous to students

Nikita Tanguturi, Co-Editor-In-Chief

April 5, 2017

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Teens need about nine hours of sleep per night to be healthy, writes the National Sleep Foundation. However, studies find that only 15 percent of teens get about or more than eight and a half hours of sleep per school night. A...

Top places to go for spring break

Yasmin Ali, Copy Editor

February 22, 2017

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Yellowstone National Park: Yellowstone is a national park in the state of Wyoming. According travel.usnews.com This park offers activities such as hiking, watching the famous geyser Old Faithful, camping, and fishing.   Maui: Maui...

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