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The Backyard Football League

While many students view the weekend as a time to escape school property, a particular group decides to stick around. Known as the Backyard Football League (BFL), the group plays pick-up football on Maple Field each Saturday afternoon. Spearheaded by Joe Wujciak, Leigh Murray and Conor Ryan, the BFL was originally formed in 2012. Founding members included Cameron McIntyre, Adam

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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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Breaking Down the Semifinals in the College Football Playoff

Ever since the four seeded Ohio State Buckeyes took home college football’s top prize atop the field in last year’s college football playoff, analysts and fans alike have become fascinated as to what are the chances it happens again this year. According to this year’s calculations chances would say it is likely that number four seed brings home the trophy.

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Do I Wanna Know?

  Ever since elementary school, sharing grades has been a common practice. The teacher passes out the most recent tests, and a sly sideways glance is all you need to make or break your day. This transformation comes when you compare yourself to someone else. What could have been a disappointment can turn into a victory, and what was once

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Seaholm’s Coffee

  By Silas Klarr According to a Highlander survey 67% of Seaholm students go to Starbucks. Getting a Starbucks coffee goes way beyond just getting a drink to help give you energy. For Seaholm students there are many perks of buying a Starbucks coffee. “[Starbucks is] kind of a nice thing to have,” junior Anna Gingle said, “If you’re walking

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Changes to the Flex Program

  By Esther Seawell Additional Reporting by McKenna Ross The Flex Program is preparing for a big change in the upcoming school year as they switch back into one session. The Flex Program originally split into two sections for the 2012-2013. This decision was made to manage the student to teacher ratio and to give students more flexible schedules. Many

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Seaholm Reflects on Past Decades

By McKenna Ross and Monisha Gowda Change. It has the power to affect all of us. Yet, it’s not everyday that you wonder how it applies to high school. The 21st century has signaled a change in modern society, and similarly has helped in reshaping Seaholm. Many of Seaholm’s changes are in plain sight. Class of 1982 alumni Julie Wells

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Fifth Annual One Acts Approaches

By Kelly Martinek The little theatre will be buzzing at 7 pm on May 30th, opening night for Seaholm’s One Acts festival. Now in its fifth year, the One Acts festival will feature seven short, one-act plays. More than any other Seaholm theatre production throughout the year, One Acts relies heavily on the participation and leadership of students. “It’s their

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The Pothole Problem

By Olivia Neilson Let’s face it; driving can be one of the most frustrating activities around. Surely at certain parts of the day, and especially at certain parts of the year, when seasons brand themselves with titles such as the Michigan Winter Vortex. I’m not just referring to annoyances like having to maneuver around city grid locks, driving through blizzards

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