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“Prevention” Magazine Names Six Food Myths

April 29, 2011 by

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In a society obsessed with dieting tips and weight loss tricks, it is not hard to stumble across a few that are absolutely ridiculous, but, even in myths, there are often lies with some hidden truths. Prevention Magazine recently released six of the most common food myths—or myths that are “mostly” false—and also included the […]

FAHS Science Olympiad Returns to States

April 28, 2011 by

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Every year, the FAHS Science Olympiad team seems to succeed at the competitions. The team recently won 1st place at the County level and 3rd place at the Regional level, gaining them a place at states. Participants from Fleetwood won several medals at the latest competition, which was held at Kutztown University on March 9th, […]

Houp #3 Expected at FASD

April 28, 2011 by

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Murmurs around the school regarding Mr. Houp and his possible offspring…are true! Mr. and Mrs. Zachary Houp are expecting a bundle of joy this coming October 12th. Mama Houp—first grade Fleetwood teacher Jennifer Houp—is ecstatic about her pregnancy. “I’m so excited! Hearing the heartbeat of the baby has been one of the most amazing things […]

What Does Your Favorite Color Say about You?

April 27, 2011 by

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The following colors each fit with different personality types. One color may represent you, but, more than likely, you can be described by many colors. Many students wear their favorite colors a lot, so, to have fun, plan a day to wear the color that best describes you. If you are a very social person […]

Book Recommendation: “The City of Bones,” by Cassandra Clare

April 27, 2011 by

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Shadowhunters, demons, vampires, warlocks, silent brothers, mundanes, fairies, and the forsaken are only the beginning of this atypical story. The City of Bones by Cassandra Clare is an impeccable story about the terror that lurks right in front of our eyes. In the world that is hidden from mundanes, everything is order and survival. You are either […]

“Insidious” Full of Bumps in the Night, Not Gore

April 26, 2011 by

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Saw director James Wan and Paranormal Activity’s Oren Peli unite to produce an “old-time” horror film called Insidious, which was released on April 1st. For the duration of the movie, Dalton, an only child, is in a coma, and no one knows why–not even the doctors. While Dalton is in a coma, a series of […]

“Misa’s Fugue” Kickstarted

April 26, 2011 by

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By this time, everyone in the Fleetwood Area School District should be well aware of the documentary project in which high school students are currently knee-deep. The majority of the publicity circulating around the film is centered mostly on the plot of the film, the film’s gestation, the role of the students, and so on. […]