Monthly Archives: September 2014

The mission of mission trips

By Charlotte Hoppen Over the summer, high school students have the opportunities to travel across the globe and go sight seeing. However, now students are using their plane ticket to go on mission trips and see the inequalities the world holds. Various ages of Seaholm students have attended mission trips over the summer through their church or youth group. Among

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Boys Soccer fundraiser is a success

By Theresa Ross The Men’s Soccer team was recently awarded a $5880 check, for participating in the program Drive 4 UR School, at their August 25 home opener against Brother Rice. Through a parent contact, the Dean Sellers Ford dealership was able to sponsor the team and program. “It was an inventive and creative fundraiser,” senior captain Mitch Cin said.

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Think before you ink

By Tessa Banks Piercings and tattoos have long been taboo in the professional world, making it difficult for people with slightly outlandish piercings or visible tattoos to get a job in a traditional office setting. The professional landscape seems to be changing, however. More and more young people are getting things like facial piercings and visible tattoos without worry of

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Seaholm gains Guinn

She took three minutes to study her bookshelf, one minute to screen her iTunes playlists, and pondered into her own world. It took her exactly 6 minutes and 8 seconds to decide Mia Angelou, Gandhi, her maternal grandmother, Beethoven and Jimmy Fallon were the top five people she wanted at her fantasy guest dinner party. Thoughtful describes Rachel Guinn. If

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