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The reality of the college recommendation process

The reality of the college recommendation process

Myrka Zambrano, Staff Writer

January 29, 2019


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As the end of high school nears and the preparation for college applications begins, students all worry about polishing applications and making them look the best they can. The college search starts with tours, transcripts, recommendation letters, and recommenders. The process of acquiring a recommen...

Teens struggle with getting enough sleep

Teens struggle with getting enough sleep

Margot Carlson, Staff Writer

January 18, 2019


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Nobody really gets the perfect amount of sleep they wish to have, but teenagers seem to be more deprived because of the demanding hours that come with being in high school. According to Nationwide Children’s, the developing brain of the average high school student needs between eight to ten hours of s...

Inside a conversation with Congressman Joe Kennedy

Inside a conversation with Congressman Joe Kennedy

Mia Rheineck, Varsity Writer

January 17, 2019


Filed under Column: The Rheineck Report, EDITOR'S PICKS, FEATURES, TOP STORIES

Democratic Congressman Joe Kennedy III of the fourth congressional district of Massachusetts has become a rising voice in the Democratic party. Throughout his three terms in Congress, he has advocated for equality, immigration rights, and has given the Democratic response to the State of The Union. A...

Inside a conversation with Senator Klobuchar

Inside a conversation with Senator Klobuchar

Mia Rheineck, Varsity Writer

January 13, 2019


Filed under Column: The Rheineck Report, EDITOR'S PICKS, FEATURES, TOP STORIES

Since 2007, Minnesota Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar has established herself as an across-the-aisle senator. As the first woman from Minnesota elected to the Senate, Klobuchar has become known for sponsoring numerous bipartisan bills, remaining contactable to constituents, and maintaining a powerful voic...

Band teacher owns alpaca farm

Band teacher owns alpaca farm

Quinn Elsenbast, Staff Writer

December 18, 2018


Filed under EDITOR'S PICKS, FEATURES, FEATURES, MULTIMEDIA, Showcase, TOP STORIES, VIDEOS

It’s not uncommon to hear a teacher talk about their pet dog or cat at home. However, band teacher Mr. Paul Keefe has turned the land next to his house into an alpaca farm. Although Keefe has owned a hobby farm for years, the idea to purchase alpacas first came three years ago. “There was a fa...

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