Monthly Archives: February 2013

Wilberding Triplets Run in Three Different Directions

Additional reporting by Esther Seawell For the last four years, they’ve ran together, but next year, the Wilberding sibling rivalry will reach a new level as they will each suit up for different colleges. Aubrey, Mallory and Tess Wilberding are long time cross country and track stars. They have many accolades so far in their careers, including being members of

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From 4.0 GPA to 0.1 BAC; Survey Says Binge Drinking Common Among Girls

Written by Kathleen Davis and Kelsey McClear *Mary Brown is a Seaholm junior, varsity athlete and a talented musician. Come Friday, she tends to follow a particular routine. “[I drink] probably every weekend,” Brown said. A frequent party-goer, Brown said she doesn’t think her actions are destructive to herself or others. “I only consider consequences when me or a friend

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Active Prevention the Key to School Safety

Amidst the talk of upcoming changes to security within the halls of Seaholm, a critical truth is being overlooked.  While administrators at the school and district levels discuss the potential of upcoming changes, they do not discuss that our current security measures are ineffective at crime prevention. On January 23rd, three minors broke into a Seaholm locker room, proving that

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