Trump Policies Eliminate Environmental Protections

June 9, 2017
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One of the biggest issues surrounding Donald Trump as he ascended to the presidency was how he planned to deal with climate change and environmental regulation. Over the first few months of his term, Trump has already proposed budget cuts and legislation that will have adverse effects on the environment–and science in general. For example, […]

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Prom at Bear Creek Deemed a Success

June 8, 2017
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This year’s prom was considered a big success by most students. For seniors, it was a good way to end their high school careers, and, for others, it was a good first prom overall. The location of prom this year was at Bear Creek. Many people enjoyed the idea of having it there because it […]

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April, May Students-of-the-Month Announced

June 7, 2017
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The senior students of the month April were Jazlynn Bender and Kirby Normil. These students were recognized for excellent leadership skills in the community. Normil is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gesner Normil of Blandon. Kerby’s future plans are to enter the workforce. Normil has been involved in Special Olympics and the junior prom […]

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Spring Concert Earns High Praise

June 6, 2017
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On Friday, 12 May, The Choral and Jazz spring concert took place, and students were very eager to share their experience. Nicole Powers had a lot to say about the weather that night. “It was awarm, but not so warm, only so warm as to almost wear a jacket but not quite cold enough to […]

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Few Dispute Value of Technology in Education

June 5, 2017
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Society is based off of technology now. Schools could easily function without paperback books if they really wanted too. Most schools have Internet access available to students and faculty as well as laptops or even tablets, depending on the district. As children grow up with technology, it seems nearly impossible to get them away from […]

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Pope Face Trending as Pontiff Meets World Leaders

June 2, 2017
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In recent weeks, Pope Francis has been getting a large amount of media attention. This attention, shockingly, is not for his religious teachings. Pope Francis has been photographed with world leaders twice in the month of May. These photographs were taken with United States President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Fleetwood students […]

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Dairy Industry a Threat to Cows

June 1, 2017
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Of the nine million dairy cows in the dairy industry, three million are slaughtered at less than half of their natural lifespan. The startling truth about the dairy industry may come as a surprise to many. To make cows produce more milk than they would naturally, they are forcibly impregnated constantly. Once the female cow […]

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