Music group expresses holiday spirit with caroling

Abigail Rosenberg and Lauren Froehlich, Staff Writers

December 12, 2014

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When Express went caroling last year, senior Meg Ruocco said a young child in the audience mistook senior Austin Doughty for Harry Potter. Doughty was forced to continue performing, despite the child repeatedly saying, “... Read more »

Foo Fighters’ album falls short

Jake Golbus, Distribution Editor

December 12, 2014

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After three years of anticipation, the Foo Fighters’ new album, “Sonic Highways,” was a letdown. Released on Nov. 10, “Sonic Highways” became the Foo Fighters’ eighth studio album, following the massively successful... Read more »

Consumers face battle of brands

Kasey Bersh, Lifestyle Editor

December 12, 2014

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When students buy junk food, they are often faced with a variety of products. They may need to decide if they should purchase the generic brand or the name brand of a particular product. Freshman Riva Akolawala mostly shop... Read more »

Thank you, but no thank you

Kasey Bersh, Lifestyle Editor

November 7, 2014

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Science teacher Bob Froehlich has a secret stash in his desk. It is not a stash of candy or money, but of thank you letters. “I get notes from students a lot, thanking me for helping them or doing something like that, and i... Read more »

Students gobble up everything but turkey

Hana Bezark, Executive Copy Editor

November 7, 2014

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When the bell rings at 2:55 p.m. the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, students prepare for the five day weekend ahead and the pounds of turkey and additional dishes waiting to be consumed on Thanksgiving day. However, sophomore Mollie... Read more »

Texters compare differences between texting and txting

Anisha Thotam, Page Editor

November 7, 2014

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Texting lingo may only seem applicable behind a screen but when social studies teacher Jeff Kallay worked in the brokerage business 27 years ago, he said he frequently used ‘DK’ as a shorthand. In the brokerage business,... Read more »

‘She Kills Monsters’ in drama room

Lauren Froehlich, Staff Writer

November 7, 2014

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Shock, amusement and somberness crossed the faces of the audience members as the cast of this year’s Fall Showcase, “She Kills Monsters,” performed only a few feet in front of them. Unlike many other productions that... Read more »

Students stick on laptop stickers

Abigail Rosenberg, Staff Writer

November 7, 2014

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Social media across the globe

Lauren Sulkowski, Executive Lifestyle Editor

October 3, 2014

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  Flashback to 2009: current senior Lauren Smeds was deciding whether to make a Facebook. Four thousand six hundred miles away in Warsaw, Poland, junior Zuzanna Sosnowska faced the same dilemma. Six thousand three hun... Read more »

Five trendy technologies

October 3, 2014

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Undressing what is really in a salad

Lauren Froehlich, Lifestyle Editor

October 3, 2014

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Depending on the dressing and toppings put on a salad, it can have more calories than a burger. Follow the road to see how the drive-through menus below compare the nutritional information of salads and burgers from McDonald’s,... Read more »

Backstage pass with stage crew

Sarah Cruz and Isabel Hubeny, Executive Lifestyle Editor and Copy Editor

May 22, 2014

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                          Slipping on sawdust, stepping over knives and scouring for props, senior Jeremy Kriska conside... Read more »

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