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Worldwide tradition has long background

Raquel Korff, Features Editor

April 10, 2018

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This year on March 11 Floridians moved their clocks one hour ahead. The sun would set and rise later every day till Nov 4. This is all credited to one long-held worldwide tradition-Daylight Saving Time. According to webexhibits.org,...

Financial analyst has special love for horses

Sydney Smith, Guest Writer

February 27, 2018

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For financial analyst, Susana Willard, being with horses was a getaway from “the stresses of life” and was her Garden of Eden. “I take pride in my horses and I take pride in taking care of them and their health. Any horse...

Acting proves beneficial

Amelia Gerard, Guest Writer

February 13, 2018

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Lights, camera, and action! They could feel the spot lights burning into their eyes, just like their passion for theater burning in their souls. This was a normal day for Kim Gerard, Broadway actor. “I loved to act since...

Animating takes many skills

Noelle Diaz, Guest Writer

February 13, 2018

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  Cartoonists hard at work, the screech of pencils on paper, the clicking of the mouse, frame by frame animators created animations for all people to enjoy. Animator, John Teeter said, “The best part about working...

Aerial silks provides workout

Samantha Axler, Guest Writer

February 13, 2018

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Hanging 40 feet off the ground, the circus performer is suspended by just an aerial silk. 1... 2... 3... she releases the fabric that is surrounding her hands and drops down ending in an upside down position. Circus teacher...

Phobias freak people out

Yemaya Gaspard, Guest Writer

February 13, 2018

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Tiny eyes; thick, hairy legs. A fat red nose, and multi-colored drippy face paint with murderous eyes. Spiders and clowns: two of the most feared creatures on Earth. “They’re small, furry, and have many eyeballs,” Cherise...

Dancing provides benefits

Jade Brody, Guest Writer

February 13, 2018

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The dancer extended her legs and flew through the air, adrenaline pumping through her veins. She landed perfectly with a bow… however, much more went on behind the technique, hairspray, and stage makeup. “You can tell a...

Safety on Horses keeps people safe

Ella Ambrose, Guest Writer

February 13, 2018

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The ground trembled as horse and rider hurdled through the dense woodland, dodging crimson branches as the sun rose. The possibilities of death or injury at any moment were nonexistent to the team that raced on. If the horse stumbled...

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