Government Abuse of Power an Established Routine

January 30, 2018
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What is power? Depending on the situation, one can compile many interpretations of the matter. What initially comes to mind when one hears the word ‘power’ varies. It all depends on what the responding person thinks. “Electricity,” English teacher Mr. Andy Good said. “Strength,” history teacher Mr. Paul Kochanasz said. “What initially comes to mind […]

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Is Water Wet?

January 26, 2018
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Is water really wet? Non-believers of water being wet like to say that water itself actually isn’t wet; they just think it’s wet because, when they come in contact with water, they naturally get wet because they are normally dry. A lot of people have different opinions on water actually being wet or not. According […]

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Amtrak Train Derails In Washington

January 25, 2018
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On 18 December 2017, an Amtrak train in Washington crashed. Around three people have died and “Police say 19 people were taken from the scene uninjured. Of the approximately 100 people transferred to hospital for evaluation, 10 were considered to have serious injuries,”the BBC said. According to the BBC, the train was going around 80 […]

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What is Net Neutrality?

January 24, 2018
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Net Neutrality preserves Americans’ right to communicate freely online. It means an Internet that enables and protects free speech. Net neutrality is the principle that Internet service providers must treat all data on the Internet the same and not discriminate or charge differently by user, content, website, platform, or application. Net Neutrality was put in […]

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Adopt-A-Shelf Earns Students Community Service Hours

January 23, 2018
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Adopt-A-Shelf is a way to help the Fleetwood Area Public Library have organized shelves, and it is an excellent way to get community service hours. So what is Adopt-A-Shelf? It is a system the Fleetwood Library has where community members can adopt a shelf of books. Once you do that, you are then responsible for […]

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Bergstresser and Nasados Kiss Pig For Four Diamonds

January 22, 2018
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Before Thanksgiving break, the high school held Mini-Thon spirit week, including a “Kiss The Pig” event. Mini-Thon is a fundraiser held for the Four Diamonds fund. There were many activities going on throughout this spirit week. The spirit week kicked off on 20 November with “blue out,” or “Penn State day”, where students were encouraged […]

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National History Club New to Fleetwood

January 3, 2018
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This year was the inaugural year for a new club at Fleetwood Area High School: the National History Club. The club is co-advised by hisotry teachers Mr. Todd Weiss and Ms. Becky Jarosynski. “The club is designed to compete on a local, state, regional and national level, and I felt it would be a great […]

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