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Adults exert unneeded power through Adultism

Adults exert unneeded power through Adultism

Elena Holtzman, Feature Writer

January 9, 2018

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Musical freshman makes waves

William Fine, Feature Writer

January 9, 2018

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Many students play two instruments, but Howard Godfrey plays 10, and he is only a freshman. “Howard is mostly self-taught,” band director Matthew Bufis says. “He really just has a knack for this, he has a great ear and he’s a good musician. He a...

Studying harder isn’t worth the cost of sleep deprivation

Eli Cohen, Feature Writer

January 9, 2018

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There are many ways to try and improve your grades, but staying up all night doing your homework is not the solution. Teens are recommended to get eight and a half to ten hours of sleep, but despite this studies have shown ...

8 Questions for Tea Cash

Sade Positano, Feature Writer

January 9, 2018

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  He calls himself Tea Cash,This student has believed in himself since he was 5 years old. He has now graduated from high school in 2016. Tea Cash has a lot of experience with making music in the school booking show...

The trend piercing the nation

Saskia Teterycz, Feature Writer

January 9, 2018

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The latest tattoo trend, stick and poke, is fascinating teenagers all over the country, but little do they know of the grim side effects. “Do it yourself is always an attractive concept. But the skin is a very important part of the barrier defense of your body… wh...

Evanston Animal Shelter volunteers work to help cats and dogs

Michael Barthelemy, Feature Writer

January 9, 2018

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Bark! Woof! Meow! These are the calls that surround Evanston Animal Shelter volunteers the moment they walk through the door, seeing dogs and cats everywhere from the backyard to the bathroom. The Evanston Animal Shelter, whi...

Veganism increasing in popularity among students

Olu Logan, Feature Writer

January 9, 2018

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Meat is murder. To make food, an astounding 56 billion animals are killed every year but animal-based diets are killing us humans, slowly but surely. This statement, along with other threats of the paleo diet is why stud...

Surviving divorce: Teens can cope

Thomas Haller, Feature Writer

January 9, 2018

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Splitting up. With about half of marriages in the U.S. ending in divorce, it’s important to recognize that teens with separating parents are at a higher risk for excessive stress and other mental health issues. But while teens ...

Overachievers: Driven to Success, or into the Ground?

Meena Sharma, Feature Writer

January 9, 2018

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Ambitious and determined. Overachievers have always been viewed as the people who are set for life, but this is not the only aspect of what they experience. “Sometimes it’s just a matter of what you can handle. Some peo...

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