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History Repeats Repeating Itself

November 3, 2017 by

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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 […]

The Dead Sea Is Dying

January 25, 2017 by

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When swimming in the Dead Sea, you will never sink. It is bordering Jordan, Palestine, and Israel, and it is 8-9 times saltier than all other oceans.  Accordingly, It is much more dense than all other oceans. Swimming in it feels more like a luxury than anything. With it’s rich minerals, the water seems more […]

Freshmen Take Historical Journey Gettysburg

November 2, 2016 by

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The annual ninth grade field trip to Gettysburg for 2016 took place on 14 October. It’s roughly the fifth year they have been going on the trip.  This year, approximately 200 students traveled about two hours to their first stop, where they would tour the battlefields. On a two-hour guided tour, students were able to […]

Random Cheese: What Are Your Thoughts on Racism?

October 6, 2015 by

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Physics teacher Damian King: “I think it’s bad.” Senior Brooke Schaeffer: “I do not agree with it, and I think everyone should be treated equally.” Senior Katie Lochman: “The color of your skin shouldn’t matter.” Senior Lacey Griess, “Everyone should be treated equally.” Senior Julia Pickar: “There wouldn’t have been racism in the first place if […]

9/11 Still Heartbreaking after Thirteen Years

October 8, 2014 by

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September eleventh was one of the darkest days in our America’s history. This September marked the thirteenth anniversary of when the Twin Towers in New York were under a terrorist attack, followed by a third plane hitting the Pentagon outside of Washington D.C., and a fourth plane crashing in a field in Pennsylvania. This terrorist attack came […]