Monthly Archives: March 2014

Winter Freezes Spring Tryouts

The 2013-2014 “Snowpocalypse” has taken its toll on this year’s spring sports’ tryouts. Even though second trimester finals were delayed a week, most tryouts were still held the week of March 10. However, not all of the teams were able to hold typical tryouts. Since the track is covered in snow, the track team had to practice on the roads,

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Capture This New Club

Junior Allison Hyman has recently founded the Photography Club. This is a club for students interested in taking pictures. “We will go different places to take pictures,” Hyman said. “Then we’ll get back together to show each other our pictures and talk about them.” Hyman has been really excited to start this club. Anyone who likes photography can come and

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Down With Love

By Paige Korner On my way to third hour, I nearly crash through a couple holding hands in the middle of the hallway, whose giggling and locked fingers take up nearly half of the hallway’s space. To my left, there’s an indistinguishable tangle of limbs and clothing that seems to be kissing while a boy and girl nuzzle noses despite

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Bruns Gives Back

By Zack Lapinski This year the beloved calculus teacher from A106, Mr. Bruns, has found a unique way to donate to his favorite charity. He isn’t donating money or time; rather, he is donating his 35th Birthday. Mr. Bruns is not accepting birthday gifts this year; instead he is encouraging his friends, family, students, and fellow teachers to donate a minimum

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The Fix With Driving Sticks

By Olivia Miller One of the greatest tragedies of today is the decline in the number of people who know how to drive cars with a manual transmission.  Manuals transmissions (also referred to as “stick shifts” or “standard transmissions”) allow the driver to directly change what gear the car is in rather than allowing the car to decide (as in

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Listen to Luke

From whispers all across the corners of the internet, there is much discussion about a new event happening-Twitch Plays Pokemon. It’s the best thing to grace the internet since .gifs (obviously pronounced “jifs”). For all you head-scratchers yelling at this page, “The heck is a twitch?” you may want to pay attention to this next part. Twitch is a website

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Raving about Rojo

By Julia Wright Though it’s fairly easy to find a Mexican restaurant in metro Detroit, it’s not necessarily as simple to get great Mexican food. Rojo Mexican Bistro next to 220 Merrill has accomplished just that with their wide selection of Mexican cuisine. Upon arriving you are greeted by a friendly host and escorted to your table. The decor of

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An Unfair Advantage

By Charlotte Hoppen Everyone is aware that the ACT and SAT bring studying, stress, and little sleep for regular students.  But according to a Highlander survey, for the 20% of Seaholm students with learning disabilities, including Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), the SAT and ACT can be even more stressful. Students with ADHD and other learning disabilities can apply to

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