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Jake Wild
November 3
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Since the Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting on December 14th, 2012, there have been seventy-four school shootings. On October 24th, 2014, Jaylen Fryberg, a fifteen year old student of Marysville-Pilchuck High School, opened fire on his friends and cousins. Two of the students have died, and the thre...

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October 27
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October is National Bullying Prevention Month.Each year in the U.S. approximately 2 million U.S. adolescents attempt suicide due to bullying, and almost 700,000 receive medical attention for their attempt. Research shows that if someone confronts a bully, many of the bullies would stop. What are so...

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October 20
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Student I.D.'s have become very popular throughout the country. Many people think that student I.D. badges help with the security and safety of the students. According to Principal Michael Sinclair, Brashier will get student I.D.'s by Monday, October 27th. Sinclair says the I.D.'s will improve security. ...

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October 13
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Recently there has been an outbreak of Ebola in the United States. This virus had been isolated to  Africa for many years; however,  recently it spread to Europe and the United States. One person from the United States, Thomas Eric Duncan, died on Wednesday, October 8th from Ebola. The nations that ha...

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September 29
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According to WYFF4, the Oconee County Sheriff's Department interviewed  fifty people on Wednesday, September 24th over the death of Clemson student Tucker Hipp, who was found in the lake near the Highway 93 bridge. The police speculate that a hazing event led to Hipp’s tragic death, but their inve...

Question of the Week

September 29
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According to WYFF4, the Oconee County Sheriff's Department interviewed  fifty people on Wednesday, September 24th over the death of Clemson student Tucker Hipp, who was found in the lake near the Highway 93 bridge. The police speculate that a hazing event led to Hipp’s tragic death, but their inve...

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September 15
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Recently, a uniformed soldier was turned away from visiting his daughter at her elementary school. According to a Fox News article, the security guard told the soldier that “he could not enter wearing the uniform because it could offend people.” This incident has stirred up much controversy. What ...

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September 8
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Joan Rivers is one of  many famous people who have passed away, recently. She is well known for her comedic roles on The Tonight Show and her role in the television show, Fashion Police. Many other actors have passed away this year such as Harold Ramis from Ghostbusters and Robin Williams from Dead Poets Soc...

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September 1
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According to Fox News, the Pentagon confirmed that an American citizen was killed in Syria fighting for the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS. ISIS is a radical Islamist group that has taken over parts of Iraq and Syria in the past months. They have also persecuted Christians in the area, saying they must either convert to Islam, flee, or be killed. So far, the U.S. has done nothing to assist the governments...

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May 19
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What things would you like to see at next year’s prom?

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May 12
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In April, about 276 girls were kidnapped from a school in Nigeria by an anti-Western education terrorists group, Boko Haram. Boko Haram recorded a taunting video saying they had kidnapped the girls and planned to sell them. According to BBC News, the girls are being sold for $12 each. Currently, The...

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May 6
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Mother’s Day is coming up soon on Sunday, May 11th. There is a saying that goes, “A man’s work is from sun to sun, but a mother’s work is never done.”  What do you admire most about your mom?

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