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FASD Budget Cuts Affect All

April 20, 2012 by

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“I don’t want anything being cut,” FAHS Principal Michael DeAntonio said. On 13 March, 2012, Dr. Paul Eaken spoke about the budget and what is going to be cut next school year.  After he was done, he allowed anyone who wanted to speak to do so. Students, faculty, staff, and even people from the community spoke […]

Random Profile: Jamie Yang

April 20, 2012 by

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Name: Jamie Yang Favorite color: Blue Favorite music: K-Pop Role model: SNSD Yoona What you can’t live without: Music Hobbies: Watching dramas People describe you as: Nice and quiet What you’re passionate about: Music One thing you would change about yourself: Speaking up Plans for summer: Spend time with friends in New York Favorite teacher: Mrs. Heffner

Kony Craze Continues

April 19, 2012 by

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What is Kony 2012? Kony 2012 is a movement to find and bring down African warlord Joseph Kony, a man accused of various war crimes, including kidnapping children and raising them as soldiers. The movement was started by an organization called Invisible Children, a group that, according to their website, “uses film, creativity, and social […]

Glitter Is Evil, Dangerous, Deadly

April 19, 2012 by

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All classrooms have rules, and English teacher Zachary Houp’s classroom is no different. The normal rules apply: no cellphones in class, raise your hand if you have a question, et cetera. But in Mr. Houp’s room, there is one truly bizarre rule: NO GLITTER! Houp defends himself by saying, “It gets all over me, it […]

Random Profile: Kamar Hawkins

April 18, 2012 by

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Birthday: November 8th. Favorite Sport: Football. Favorite Color: Blue. Favorite Subject: Business Management. Favorite Teacher: Mrs. Stutzman. Siblings: Four brothers; two older, two younger.

Dunk Contest Disappoints

April 18, 2012 by

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The Slam Dunk Contest has been a fan favorite since it started during the ABA’s All-Star weekend in 1976. Julius Erving, Michael Jordan, and Kobe Bryant are some of the all-time greats to win the competition. The contest was the event to watch for years, but in recent years it has become less and less exciting. […]

Seniors Give Freshmen Advice on Dating in High School

April 17, 2012 by

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“Be smart when it comes to relationships, and don’t do drugs,” FAHS senior Vinny Leiva said. This was one of the many tips that freshmen received in their Family Living class taught by FCS teacher Gina London. London was assisted by volunteers to enlighten the class of 2015 during their period nine Family Living class on how […]