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Guilty of procrastination

Kiara Miltin, Staff Writer

November 19, 2013

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     Procrastination: it’s something we all do but know we shouldn’t.      Many of us procrastinate in order to avoid  homework or studying for a test. But why do so many of us find ourselves procrastinating?      “Because no one wants to do work. Its not fun,” senior Sydney Kay Wetner said.      If stu...

Classes in chaos

Classes in chaos

Matt Nardoci, Staff Writer

November 19, 2013

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   Is it really that hard to be quiet when a teacher is talking?  As all of us have found out on...

GTA V: Helping build a better society

Isabella Ordaz, Business Manager

November 19, 2013

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    Rockstar, a video gaming company, recently released Grand Theft Auto V (GTA V), the latest game in the widely respected and heartily applauded Grand Theft Auto series. The line of games is famous for delivering positive messages to youth by crushing misogynist, classist, and racist stereotypes and refusing to meet the ...

How do you dirty dance?

Lauren Lambertson, Staff Writer

November 13, 2013

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    School dances are great for dancing and going a little crazy with your friends, but not for dancing on them.    Urban dictionary describes dirty dancing as basically one step away from having sex on the dance floor. Dirty dancing can also be described as dancing suggestively by your self and/or with someone else...

Envy for the asphalt

Melody Schwartz, Staff Writer

November 13, 2013

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    A tense rivalry has always lingered among the junior and senior classes, and it even affects where they claim their parking.     As students start getting their licenses and cars to go with them, they also have to search for the perfect parking spot, but if a junior parks in the “senior” lot, it could be trouble.  ...

Relaxing senior year?

Emmaline Wei, CC Spin Editor

November 13, 2013

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    Myth or fact: Senior year is the most relaxing year in high school.     The answer? Myth.     "Not only do they have to continue working hard," College and Career Center Counselor Cathy Haberl said. “They have to finish their apps and maintain their GPA.”     Underclassmen and juniors are often led to be...

Lunchtime restrictions too restrictive?

Samantha Teshima, Staff Writer

November 13, 2013

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    The signs reading “no entry during lunch” glare at students who pass by the school buildings during lunch every day.     It is controversial whether or not blocking off access to the buildings is a good thing to do.     “We think it is a good thing,” assistant principal John Paul Ballou said.     Thro...

Console wars

Matthew Nardoci, Staff Writer

November 13, 2013

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    For the first time in six years, the newest generation of major consoles is about to release.  Revealed during this past summer, much controversy exists over who will win this latest clash of the titans.     When Microsoft announced its plans for the Xbox One earlier this year, fans were outraged at all the deci...

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