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Fish Adapts To Freshwater In Only Fifty Years

January 19, 2016 by

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Some may think that evolution takes place over millions of years. According to scientists, a published study reveals that, in 1964, an Alaskan earthquake, which measured 9.2 in magnitude, forced tiny saltwater fish into fresh water in only fifty years. “That is so sad that the earthquake forced them out of their usual habitat to […]

Mortuary Science an Interesting Career Path

January 15, 2016 by

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At Fleetwood Area High School, there are a lot of kids who have an idea of what they want to do when they are older. A very unique occupation is mortuary science. Some jobs in this field include morticians and funeral directors. There is a lot of criteria to become a mortician. First, they have to […]

Random Profile: Katie Gorey

January 12, 2016 by

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Katie Gorey is a junior at Fleetwood Area School District. She was born on 10 August in 1999 at the Reading Hospital. She is currently sixteen-years-old and came to Fleetwood in fourth grade. She has two older brothers. Katie is involved in volleyball as well. In her free time, she likes to hang out with […]

German Classes Celebrate Traditional Christmas

January 11, 2016 by

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German teacher Frau Christine Moll celebrated Christmas with her German classes and German Club. On 11 December, Moll’s classes made salzteig, which is a flour and salt combination that is molded into decorative shapes around Christmastime. Saltzeig is a traditional German method of decorating for the holidays at a low cost. Decorations, such as Christmas […]

The Course of Tradition Never Did Run Smooth

January 11, 2016 by

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A lot has changed since the 60s and 70s. Should there be some trends or traditions brought back? “I noticed some trends are coming back from that time, like high-waisted shorts and winged eyeliner,” high school student Adrianna Colon said. A lot of classic trends are coming back now from various time periods, high-waisted shorts […]

Syrian Conflict Devastates Nation

January 8, 2016 by

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The Syrian war is a subject about which the public is very concerned. The war in the underdeveloped country has been tearing homes and families apart now for almost five years. Rebels are overthrowing the government, causing mayhem. “Why is no one helping them?  Bringing over refugees only helps so much,” Austin Scott said. The war […]

A Timeline Of ISIS Attacks

January 7, 2016 by

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10 June 2014: The day that the second of largest city in Iraq, Mosul, fell to Isis. Isis then declared itself the Islamic state. It has been stated that Isis has replaced Al Qaeda for accomplishing the takeover of Mosul and the rise of terror. The root of Isis comes from Jama’at al-Tawhid wal-Jihad in […]