Monthly Archives: October 2012

Maples Secure League Title and Finish Regular Season 8-1

Call it the “Miracle on 13 Mile”. The Maples defeated Groves 22-15 on Friday, winning in stunning fashion, coming back from a 15-0 halftime deficit. The game changed on a clutch fourth quarter defensive play by senior linebacker Dan Simon. With less than three minutes remaining in the fourth Groves held a slim 15-14 lead and appeared poised to add six more. But on a Groves

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A Fun Sized Opportunity

On Saturday morning, FUN SIZE stars Victoria Justice and Thomas Mann joined special guest Carly Rae Jepsen at the Mall of America for a suprise appearance at the Nickelodeon Universe in celebration of the opening of FUN SIZE this Friday, October 26. Excited fans camped outside beginning the night before and thousands of fans attended the event!  The three stars signed

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Students Elect to Participate

High school students don’t really care who becomes president. Statistically speaking, that is. According to the Horatio Alger Association’s The State of Our Nation’s Youth (2012), as many as 39 percent of high school students in the United States say they “don’t really care who wins” the upcoming presidential election, up from only 22 percent of high school students who

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From Chip to Dale

   Speeding cars, near accidents, and illegal parking. These are the concerns of Seaholm security officer Dale Downen.    Previously, Chip Gorman served as a parking lot security staffer. Now the Seaholm parking lot has the watchful eye of Downen.    As he sits in his blue van, Downen makes sure all is right in the student lot. From his

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Quigley Commits

Senior lacrosse player Kathy Quigley decided to take her talents to Ann Arbor and this month, she verbally committed to play at the University of Michigan. “It’s a great school and a great program,” Quigley said. It’s a family tradition in the Quigley household to attend the University of Michigan. Her father is a Michigan grad, and her older sister,

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