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Super Bowl Celebration Turns Tragic
Super Bowl Celebration Turns Tragic
Sex Trafficking: Whats Real & Whats Not?
Sex Trafficking: What's Real & What's Not?
At the Nov. 9 Women’s Empowerment Club meeting in the Special Events Center, sophomore Stella Crilley presents to the group. Crilley is vice president of the club.
Working For Women
After traveling to Cape Girardeau, Missouri, for the MCCA State Competition Dec. 9, varsity cheer placed second in the coed small division. It was their second season in a row with a new coach, and they were happy with their performance and placement. “Coming off of a year where we had a complete change of coaches, we did the best we could with the situation, and we did even better than we expected,” sophmore Jillian Burks said.
Building Success
Girls Wrestling State, Feb. 23
Five Girls Wrestlers Compete At State

Five girls wrestlers earned a trip to the state tournament Feb. 23. Results: Joanne Dinh, 10: 1 win, 2 losses Ellie Marrah, 11: 1 win, 2 losses Ja'ziya Miles, 9: 1...

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Coming Soon: New Movies Hitting Theaters
Coming Soon: New Movies Hitting Theaters

“Bob Marley: One Love”  Based on a real life story, “Bob Marley: One Love” is a biographical drama that follows the life of reggae singer Bob Marley (Kingsley Ben-Adir)...

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At the Nov. 9 Women’s Empowerment Club meeting in the Special Events Center, sophomore Stella Crilley presents to the group. Crilley is vice president of the club.
Working For Women

        With 64% of women struggling to afford menstrual products, according to Harvard Health, a new club decided to help. The Women's Empowerment Club has provided menstrual...

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Review: Donut Pass These Up
Review: Donut Pass These Up

  Donuts come in all different flavors and varieties. There’s cake and yeast donuts, filled and glazed and chocolate and custard....

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