Cruz, Trump Conspiracy Theories Take Twitter by Storm

November 7, 2017
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Have you ever wondered what Ted Cruz and Melania Trump have in common? They were both trending on Twitter for a hot minute on 18 October. The reason for this was a mixture of conspiracies and confusion. Ted Cruz has been the subject of two long-running conspiracy theories. One is that he is actually a […]

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FAHS German Club Celebrates Oktoberfest

November 6, 2017
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When Prince Ludwig married Princess Theresa, it started a 200-year tradition. The celebration started 22 September 1810 and ended 7 October. The reason it is called Oktoberfest is that it originally started in October but has changed to September due to weather. There are many traditions for Oktoberfest that people do. Some traditional food are […]

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History Repeats Repeating Itself

November 3, 2017
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History repeats itself. While it may not repeat itself down to names and  dates, there are some cases of history repeating itself over the course of time. One example of history repeating itself is Napoleon’s invasion of Russia in 1812 and Hitler’s invasion of Russia in 1941. After gaining control over the surrounding countries in […]

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FBLA Attends Leadership Workshop

November 2, 2017
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The Future Business Leaders of America at Fleetwood attended the Region 8 Leadership Workshop in September of this year. They excelled in the debate portion and in most cases came out on top. While they were at the Workshop, the students learned about The Alzheimer’s Association and the ways the student body could help the […]

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

November 1, 2017
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“Honestly, I hate winter because it’s all cold and stuff, and I hate the cold and stuff,” senior Josh Nasados said. “Snow,” sophomore Emily Logar said. “Snowboarding,” senior Nicole Rohall said. “Lord of the Rings marathons,” senior Leah Conrad said. “Nothing,” senior Zach Warren said. “Sports,” sophomore Trent Gehringer said. “Snow,” sophomore Callie Barr said. […]

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The Nasados Siblings Steal the Variety Show

October 31, 2017
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At the Fleetwood Area High School Homecoming Variety Show, two student’s performances stuck out, performances that are sure to become legendary in the years to come. These performances were by beloved members of the student body, Joshua and Veronica Nasados. But why and how did these two come to be in the variety show? To […]

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Puerto Rico in Dire Straits

October 30, 2017
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Puerto Rico is in a dire situation ever since Hurricane Maria hit its coast. Nearly 85% are without electricity and 45% without drinkable water. Puerto Rico’s recovery could cost up to $85 billion, which could destroy the island’s economy. The Trump administration submitted a $29 billion disaster-relief request to Congress last week to fund recovery […]

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