Winter medallion found by MA dad

– Forrest Ahrens and Sierra Takushi “It’s almost like being inducted into the hall of fame!” exclaimed senior Harris Worthman, who enjoyed his eighteenth birthday in the procession of the St. Paul Winter Carnival parade this past weekend. Worthman’s step into adulthood, however, was not the priority of celebrations but …

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Mixed feelings about testing

As high school students across America wait impatiently for their ACT and SAT test results, they know in the back of their mind that retaking the test is always an option. They are told test scores are an important factor in a colleges’ acceptance decisions but are not the only …

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Rights and Responsibility

Evan Goldenberg’s and Seth Rogen’s film The Interview. Trey Parker’s and Matt Stone’s musical The Book of Mormon and television series South Park. The late Stéphane Charbonnier’s magazine Charlie Hebdo. All examples of satire and all protected under free speech. Although many countries celebrate free speech, such as the United …

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