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Gaston’s Fugue Overtakes Bridgewater College

March 21, 2018 by

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On 27 January, high school teacher Mr. Sean Gaston spoke at Bridgewater College for a screening of his film Misa’s Fugue and gave a follow-up speaking presentation. Gaston has taught classes on the holocaust for eleven years now, and he is very passionate about the subject. “My passion and interest for Holocaust history comes from […]

Jenner Gives Birth To Baby Girl

March 5, 2018 by

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The youngest of the Kardashian/Jenner clan has been suspected of being pregnant since September 2017. She finally confirmed her pregnancy on 4 February 2018 on Twitter. Jenner announced she gave birth to a baby girl on 1 February 2018. With this announcement, she also released a beautiful and emotional 11-minute video on her YouTube channel […]

Elephants In Entertainment Industry Find Freedom

February 28, 2018 by

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Elephants in the entertainment industry have been steadily declining  in popularity. Victories such as the rescuing of Nosey the elephant and the reuniting of three circus elephants (Mia, Sita, and Rhea) are paving the way for freeing many elephants that are being mistreated and harmed. Elephants that are still subjected to harsh forms of cruelty […]

Annual Shakespeare Trip Goes to Drexel

February 7, 2018 by

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This spring, English teacher Mr. Marc Walter and a group of Fleetwood Area High School students will be going on a field trip to Drexel University in Philadelphia to see a play of Shakespeare’s famous work “Romeo and Juliet.” “One cannot truly appreciate his plays until they experience them as they were intended–performed, not read. […]

Fleetwood Senior Qualifies for National Orchestra

December 1, 2017 by

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Fleetwood Area High School senior Marisalley George made National Orchestra. George was “honestly really surprised” when she found out that she qualified,  given there were many other people who auditioned for the orchestra. She has been playing the viola since she was in fourth grade because the viola caught her attention the most when her […]

Spring Concert Earns High Praise

June 6, 2017 by

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On Friday, 12 May, The Choral and Jazz spring concert took place, and students were very eager to share their experience. Nicole Powers had a lot to say about the weather that night. “It was awarm, but not so warm, only so warm as to almost wear a jacket but not quite cold enough to […]

Once upon a Mattress No Sleeper

May 16, 2017 by

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In March, months of rehearsal came to a close, and the drama club put on four performances of Once Upon a Mattress for the community. Students who took part in the show said that their efforts paid off and the show was a success. “I was very exhausted post-show week, but I know that the […]