Fall play overcomes obstacles

Hannah Fuller, Staff Writer

December 18, 2014

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As set crew began placing extra chairs in the back of the auditorium to accommodate the 140 people attending, the excitement and nervousness started to build. After a few words from Mrs. Goodbrake, director, the lights dimmed...

Internet Bytes: Social media habits raise risks, rewards for users

Brooklyn Bass, Staff Writer

December 17, 2014

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Rontrell Gentry, junior, begins the day with the ringing of an alarm clock. Sleep is cut short. With a slight groan and closed eyes, the groping begins. It continues until Gentry’s tablet is recovered from the charger. From...

Study urges schools to reset starting times

Johanna Hill, Staff Writer

October 29, 2014

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Sophomore Maura Murphy, like many high school students, has a problem with staying awake in class. She averages about six and a half hours of sleep on a school night, well below the American Academy of Pediatrics’ recommendation...

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