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Misa’s Fugue Screens at Toronto Jewish Film Festival

June 23, 2014 by


Misa’s Fugue is a movie directed by Fleetwood media teacher Mr. Sean Gaston.  It was created by Fleetwood Area High School students and staff.  It also recently played at the Toronto Film Festival. The Toronto Jewish Film festival is the largest Jewish Film Festival in the world.  It was held on 1-11 May. It is a […]

Why Do School Shootings Happen?

June 20, 2014 by


Why do people commit mass shootings? We might never know for sure, but there are some psychological signs that students and faculty can pick up on. Studies say that a lot of school shootings are motivated by either envy or revenge. This is why they are taken place at a school or a work environment, because […]

Fleetwood Tigers Save Tigers

June 19, 2014 by


Tigers are among the most famous and feared animals on the planet. They have been a symbol of power, wisdom, and strength. But they have slowly been disappearing off the face of the earth. With less than 5000 in total, the next generation will never be able to witness the awe-inspiring Bengal tiger or the beauty […]

Kings and Rangers Face Off in Final

June 18, 2014 by


The NHL season is coming to a close, and that means the finals are starting up. It is the most exciting series in the entire season, and it happens to be the Los Angeles Kings and the New York Rangers this year. They are two teams that most likely were not chosen by most to […]

Random Cheese: What’s Your Favorite Thing About Spring?

June 17, 2014 by


“I like that it starts to get warm.” –Alex Merceron, senior “School’s almost out.” –Cory Campbell, senior “It starts to get really nice out.” –Matt Hook, junior “Track season is in progress, and I love the warm weather.” –Dan Shomper, sophomore “It is really nice out.” –Rocco Russo, junior “I like driving around because it’s […]

Heat and Spurs Face Off in the Finals Once Again

June 16, 2014 by


It is what everyone wanted and expected to see, another Heat vs. Spurs final series. For the fourth consecutive year, the Miami Heat find themselves in the NBA Finals once again. It also makes it the second consecutive time they will see the San Antonio Spurs fighting them for the crown. “Everyone should have figured […]

Fun Facts About Presidents

June 13, 2014 by


People know a lot of the big things that American Presidents have done in history, but it is the little facts that make the presidents who they really are. Every president has their fair share of interesting stories, but not many people know some of the things that the presidents have done. One example of a […]

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Tie the Knot

June 12, 2014 by


Kim Kardashian and Kanye West tied the knot. They had an absolutely gorgeous day in Florence, Italy. Kim and Kanye had been planning their big day for a while now. They wanted it to be the wedding of the century. They definitely made it a day to remember. They were married in a private ceremony in the Italian […]

Seven Dead after Shooting Rampage in California

June 11, 2014 by


A gunman in Santa Barbara, California, went on a rampage on Friday, 23 May, killing seven people and eventually himself near the University of California. Six of the victims were students at the University. Police found a disturbing video rant that was posted on YouTube right before he stabbed three people to death, which stated […]

Stowaway Survives Flight in Wheel Well

June 10, 2014 by


A 16-year-old boy survived unharmed after stowing away in the wheel well of a plane. Many people say that he is “lucky to be alive” because of the conditions that he suffered during the five-hour flight from California to Hawaii. Most people that stow away in wheel wells do not survive the flight, so it […]

Fleetwood Wins Big at State FBLA Competition

June 9, 2014 by


The nonprofit organization Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda is an education association with about 25,000 students who are wishing to have careers in business or business-related jobs. Future Business Leaders of America, in which Fleetwood school takes part, is for any high school student interested in business. In 1937 the FBLA idea was developed […]

Draper’s Descent Headlines Mad Men Season Seven

June 6, 2014 by


Mad Men is an American television drama that debuted on AMC in 2007 and is now in its seventh and final season. The season was broken up in two halves, with the first half wrapping up last Sunday and the second half to air next year. AMC used this same model with Breaking Bad and […]

Keep Your Cool in College

June 5, 2014 by


High school is, for some, the last stop before heading into the job market and for others is the next step on the ladder towards college. Those who are going to college can expect many challenging hurdles, from harder school work to more difficult school challenges. However, the rewards themselves can be great as well. This […]

This Week in History: June 4-10

June 4, 2014 by


June 4 781 BC – Oldest Chinese recording of a solar eclipse. 1789 – U.S. Constitution goes into effect. 1805 – Tripoli forced to conclude peace with U.S. after war over tribute. 1845 – Mexican-U.S. war starts. 1940 – British complete miracle of Dunkirk by evacuating 300,000 troops. 1984 – D.N.A. is successfully cloned from […]

There’s a reason he’s called “King of the Monsters.”

June 3, 2014 by


Godzilla, a legend spanning nearly half a century, is back in theaters. A creature of gigantic proportions, the giant lizard that crushes cities as if they were paper mache is popular worldwide. Nearly fifty years ago, Godzilla started as an inquiry into the fears of the early 1950’s: What is the nuclear testing doing to […]

Students Raise Questions on Dress Code

June 2, 2014 by


As warm weather is approaching, teachers are cracking down on students violating the dress code. For those unaware, Fleetwood Area High School has a dress code that students are responsible for following on a daily basis. Every school needs a dress code in order to keep students dressed appropriately. There are some rules that students […]