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Souper Bowl Recipes

Souper Bowl Recipes

Maia Franco

February 3, 2017

Football fans or not, over 100 million Americans are predicted to watch Super Bowl LI on Sunday, February 5. With the Patriots and the Falcons competing for the 2017 title and a Lady Gaga halftime performance, we all have a reason to watch this Sunday. Whether we are watching at home with family or...

The Truth About Nursing

The Truth About Nursing

Zaria Cofer, Staff Writer

January 23, 2017

Robin Cofer of Ocean Township, New Jersey, has been a Registered Nurse for nearly thirty years.  She has worked in a variety of environments ranging from the Intensive Care Unit to the delivery room.  Conveniently enough, she also happens to be my dad’s younger sister.   I knew that with her ma...

Confabulation Revealed: Mandela Effect

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Allison Straub, Feature Editor

January 20, 2017

If you’ve been online recently, you’ll notice that everyone has been buzzing about the Mandela Effect. The Mandela Effect is basically the phenomenon behind large groups of people misremembering facts or events. People are certain they remembered something being a certain way, but are ultimately...

Hot and Cold: a Current Issue

Hot and Cold: a Current Issue

Luke Adelhoch, Staff Writer

January 18, 2017

Most people are aware of just how dangerous climate change is for the environment. However, most people immediately think of the danger it presents to polar animals such as polar bears and penguins. While the poles of the earth are probably some of the environments that are at the highest risk from cl...

Do-it-Yourself Mason Jar Gifts

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November 28, 2016

 Buying a retail gift for the holidays can get tedious, frustrating, and expensive. It doesn’t get any easier as items get more expensive, and money is tight! Mason jars have become a popular, compact gift-in-a jar that is a wonderful way to give a personalized, thoughtful gift. Mason Jar Recipes and T...

Debate in a Nut Shell

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Benjamin Palermo, Staff Writer

October 7, 2016

The presidential race entered a new realm of intensity on September 26, when Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton took to the debate stage at Hofstra University on Long Island. The debate, moderated by NBC’s Lester Holt, was broken down into three categories: Ach...

Apples Galore

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by Sarah Elgrim, Staff Writer

October 7, 2016

Autumn is finally here! Soon enough the weather will turn to a crisp cold and and we will all be obligated to snack on warm delicious treats. Apples are in abundance this season and it’s time to put them to good use! Baking is a great way to spend rainy fall days, so here are a list of three simple...

The Key to Success!

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September 23, 2016

Science Rocks: Forgotten Discoveries in Paleontology of the Past Decade

Tiktaalik (2006). The first boned creature to walk on land. A transition between fish and amphibian.

Luke Adelhoch, Staff Writer

September 22, 2016

Dinosaurs were first formally discovered in 1841. Science and the public have come a long way since then in accurate portrayal of these creatures as well as the many other strange creatures found in our massive fossil record. Despite this, many details that are common knowledge to the scientific com...

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