Tech turns for the worse: Thumbs down for texting

Amber Olson, Staff Writer

April 11, 2014

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While she was buying presents for her friends last holiday season, junior Melanie Eisen suddenly felt piercing pain in her thumbs. Eisen said she wanted to know what everyone wanted for the holidays, so she texted them, “I’m...

Battling addiction with awareness

Victoria Tu, Staff Writer

April 11, 2014

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  When Highland Park resident Jordan Filler, age 23, died from a heroin overdose on Jan. 12, his entire family was shocked. According to his aunt, Lisa Aronson, Filler struggled with addiction throughout his teenage y...

Quacking the code behind collection

Hana Bezark, Copy and Page Editor

April 11, 2014

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Upon walking into the Student Services office, students may see rubber ducks located on Administrative Assistant Ellie Rudolfi’s desk. Rudolfi sat down for a question and answer session regarding her collection. Q: Wh...

Tech turns for the worse: The buzz on phones

Rachel Lee, Features Editor

April 11, 2014

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While taking a test in his United States history class, junior Reed Cawley said he felt a faint buzzing sensation in his left pocket. According to Cawley, he usually has his cell phone off during class and was confused when he...

Together at home and school: Gallagher-Bolos and Bolos

Maddy Placik, Executive Features Editor

February 7, 2014

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Together at home and school: Sorkins

Sydney Schwartz, Opinions Editor

February 7, 2014

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