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Set fire to the rain(forest)

When wildfires ignited in Alaska and uninhabited Greenland, the internet noticed. When the São Paulo skies of Brazil turned dark from the clutter of black ash, the internet exploded. … Keep Reading


Hurricane Dorian: Bahama Beast

Following Hurricane Dorian reaching category five-level winds, Heritage Plantation closed school Tuesday, September 3. While school resumed session Wednesday, September 4, the now category two, record-breaking beast is more than … Keep Reading


Reaching out overseas

As students, most of us sit in desks to learn. However, nine TASSEL members had the opportunity to swap roles for a week and act as teachers in a foreign … Keep Reading


HOSA team advances to nationals

Categories varied from individual and group competitions on topics ranging from organic chemistry to medical spelling. The group consisted of 28 members that prepared for the competition through written tests … Keep Reading

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Awareness without action is laziness

Let’s skim through Oxford Dictionary and find slacktivism: the practice of supporting a political or social cause by means such as social media or online petitions, characterized as involving very … Keep Reading

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Swimming her way to South Africa

After years of training and practice, junior Isabella Taylor competed in the United States Lifesaving Association’s (USLA) National Competition in Virginia Beach August 7-10 and earned a spot with Team … Keep Reading

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