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Bubble tea

By Claire Hilleary Bubble tea is a Taiwanese tea-based drink invented in Taichung in the 1980s. Most bubble tea recipes contain a tea base mixed/shaken with fruit or milk, to which chewy tapioca balls and fruit jelly are often added. Some widely available fruit flavors include strawberry, green apple, passion fruit, mango, lemon, watermelon, grape, […]

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How to be a typical senior!

By Bridgette Montgomery Do you wanna know how to become a typical senior? Well, it is simple and easy of course! There are a few things all typical seniors have in common: senioritis! I don’t know if that is just a word mainly used around my school or if other schools use it as well, […]

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Touring a big city

By Jennifer Tellez When visiting a big city it’s always nice to look at the big known buildings. I don’t think people know the history behind some of these places. When touring a city, I think it’s beneficial for your own knowledge to know about these places. I visited the Aztec Pyramids in Mexico a […]

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No heat Curls!

By Claire Hilleary Have you ever been in a rush in the mornings and don’t have time do your hair, especially if you are wanting it to look nice that day? I have the perfect way one can still get a good amount of sleep the night before, and not have to rush in the […]

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Preparing for a Job interview

By Claire Hilleary As a teenager, busy with school, sports and friends there might not be all that much time to get a job- and that is why it is perfectly acceptable to get a part time job where your employer can work with your busy schedule and you can still be making money. To […]

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Use of lockers in high school

By Jennifer Tellez As a senior, I can tell you all about the use of lockers. As a freshmen, most classes that are to be taken are going to be requirements and those classes will give you books. Books aren’t heavy, until you have to carry multiples. In between classes you have four minutes to […]

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Fun ideas for when there is nothing to do

By Claire Hilleary When there is absolutely nothing to do, you may feel stumped and defeated. Fear not; however, there are many thrilling and exciting ideas for these types of people. One of them includes dressing up in crazy costumes and store hopping. This will be so much fun because you get to see the […]

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Getting Ready for Spring!!!

By Shasta Curtis Summer, winter, and fall may be great seasons in-all, but nothing compares to spring! In the spring months, there is a change in the weather, from cold and gloomy, to the bright warmness of the sun, and the beautiful flowers that start to appear just really set a high spirit. A sense […]

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Choosing a college

By Bridgette Montgomery High school seems like a major part of your life. It is, but it isn’t as major as college is to the people who plan on attending a college of their choice. Getting through high school, graduating, and applying for colleges or jobs are major steps in your life. Here are a […]

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The Evolution of Technology

By Bridgette Montgomery The twenty-first century generation is a pretty insane generation looking at how much stuff has evolved.  This generation we have higher, more up to date technology, like better cell phones and computers. As for the latest generation before us barely can even work a flip phone without asking the younger ones for […]

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