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Apathy and Delirium

Jackie Noyes

May 21, 2013

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Picture suburbia. The calm streets with kids playing on the sidewalk and riding their bikes. The parents chatting across the fence. The friendly police officer smiling as he drives through the crime-free neighborhood. As you picture...

Fast Communication Feeds Misinformation

Morgan Plessner

May 21, 2013

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On Monday April 22, my mom walked into my room and told me that there were bombs exploding at the Boston Marathon.  A dull sense of fear invaded me, because my brother attends Northeastern University, which is in the greater...

Life’s Diploma

Cassidy Chait

May 20, 2013

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It takes 50,544,000 seconds of our lives to earn a high school diploma. For twelve years we have woken up, arrived at school, and “learned” together. I may not yet know how to balance a checkbook or do my taxes, but I now...

Cleansing Your Way To Skinny

Kelsey Attamante

May 17, 2013

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After big holiday meals or quick fast food breaks, sometimes we feel the need to start off fresh. This is why some people try out a smoothie or a juice cleanse that is rich in nutrients, a strategy that helps your body rid itself...

Help a Kid in Minnesota

Lynn Keating

April 29, 2013

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I am a college kid. Yes. I finally chose where I will be in debt to for the next 10 years of my life. Thank God. But what about those other schools I applied to? As I tried to kindly decline my acceptance to my alternative...

Celebrity Fever

Amanda Albelin

April 19, 2013

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They’re always on magazine covers, as well as our television screens. They dress in the latest fashion trends, even if the t-shirt or pair of pants costs $500. They can’t make a trip to the grocery store without being photographed....

The Atrocities of Apple, Inc

Brendan Lesko, Reporter

April 15, 2013

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You are 15 hours into your 18 hour shift. Only a few hours left. The air is thick with chemicals and the coughing of fellow employees. One exhausted coworker stumbles and knocks a cart of materials into a window. It shatters....

Lottery? More like Robbery

Cassidy Chait, Reporter

April 15, 2013

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You are more likely to have conjoined twins than you are to win the lottery. So why do millions of Americans continue to buy $58 billion worth of tickets annually? Viewing the glass half-full, Americans say they play because...

Is Prom Overrated?

Briana Tedesco

April 12, 2013

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While high school girls who obsess over prom are a dime a dozen, others feel that prom is hyped up way more than it needs to be. There seems to be more preparation for prom and the after-prom plans, than the actual event itself. “I...

The Teenage Challenges of Eating Healthy

Ellen Di Dia

April 4, 2013

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It’s a half day and you and your friends are talking about where to go out for lunch after school. “Chipotle! Five Guys! Cars! Smashburger!” Here we go again. The shrill sound of these greasy, fattening food places make...

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