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850-Year-Old Notre Dame Catches on Fire

June 13, 2019 by

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On 15 April, the Notre Dame cathedral burned. The 850-year-old building was almost completely destroyed after firefighters had finally extinguished the blaze. The cause of the fire is still up for speculation nearly a month after the fire itself. French investigators reportedly believe that the fault was electrical wiring. Notre Dame itself was built in […]

Vegan Lunches Lower Carbon Footprint when Offered

May 27, 2019 by

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If you’re vegan, Fleetwood school lunches are not for you. At FAHS, all school lunches consist of some form of animal product. Soy Milk is sold, but for an upcharge.  At present, the healthy, cruelty-free options are either more expensive or not available. In 2019, many schools have adapted food options for everyone.  Is FAHS […]

Book Club Takes a Trip to Philadelphia

May 21, 2019 by

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This year’s book club wandered Philadelphia for their trip on 12-13 April. Exploring Philadelphia was inspired by the book, All The Bright Places. Advisors expect the trip to offer an educational experience for the book club students who are participating. On Saturday, 12 April, the Fleetwood Area Book Club took a journey to many historic […]

Whale Jails being Investigated by Russian Government

April 16, 2019 by

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Over 100 beluga whales, orcas, and baby walruses are currently awaiting their fate in icy, inadequate confinements called “whale jails.” These “whale jails,” located in Russia’s Pacific East Coast, near the city of Nakhodka, have reportedly killed at least 3 of it’s trapped marine mammals. Designated to be sold to Chinese aquariums, these animals have […]

More and More Animals on Brink of Extinction

March 5, 2019 by

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“What is a fish without a river? What is a bird without a tree to nest in? What is an Endangered Species Act without any enforcement mechanism to ensure their habitat is protected? It is nothing,” Jay Inslee said. Everyday, animals on the brink of extinction are pushed further and further onto the edge of […]

Spix’s Blue Macaw Extinct in the Wild

February 20, 2019 by

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Deforestation, logging, and the illegal pet trade are just some of the many factors that have played into the extinction of the Spix’s Blue Macaw in the wild. This species of bird is just one of eight confirmed Brazilian birds that have gone extinct in this decade alone. Though things may look bleek for this […]

Delicious Pasta Can Still Be Vegan

January 28, 2019 by

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A vegan pasta al limone dish is an interesting, easy dish to make. Many occasions are suitable for this meal. To prepare this cruelty-free dish, start with peeling off  one-and-a-half inches of lemon zest, and thinly slice it for a garnish to put onto the finished dish later. Cut off the remaining zest and put […]