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Senior Tradition Prohibited by Staff

Photos provided by Seaholm seniors. Graphic by Whitney Hockman. By Melanie Taylor Seniors at Seaholm High School have often found themselves butting heads with the administration over a number of things ranging from the way the student section is run to their right to a senior prank come spring. Never, though, has the relationship between the senior class and Seaholm

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Seaholm Awards Exemplary Graduating Seniors

Photo By Caroline Owens Seniors Audrey Ladd and Jack Schumaker are congratulated by principal Kyle Hall on their achievements over their high school careers. For one night at the conclusion of every school year, the faculty and administration honor the accomplishments and growth of the graduating class since their time at Seaholm began with the Senior Awards Ceremony. “It is

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Failed Assembly

By Scott Bentley Substance abuse assemblies are not a rare occurrence in the life of a high school student. Abstinence only policies are encouraged and taught, and often times guest speakers who can touch on their personal experiences are brought in. Seaholm’s drug and alcohol abuse assembly in January included these speakers. The first speaker was Nathaniel, a teen from

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Driving in Winter

By: Kathleen Redebaugh and Mikel Silverman You hit the brakes and the car doesn’t stop. It skids across the ice as you pump the brakes, but this is beyond the control of you or even the car. The danger of driving in the winter continues to be a dangerous activity, especially to teenagers who have not had enough experience driving

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D & D Club

If you were to fall off the edge of this lackluster, modern world, you might find yourself immersed in an alternative realm full of untamable clashes and flaming arrows. There would be gruesome goblins and stoic heroes all around. What would really stand out, though, is that you wouldn’t feel alone at all. Welcome to the world of Dungeons and

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Physics Teacher Resigns

According to the Seaholm Administration, effective November 6, Seaholm AP Physics I and II teacher Michelle Bagdasarian resigned, leaving an incomplete schedule for many junior and senior students. “I was looking forward to the class, and now I don’t really know what my plan is,” junior Dominic Bertollini said. Bertollini, like most students who signed up for either AP Physics

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