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Living a single life on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day may mean greetings with roses and heart shaped chocolates. Although many interpret it as a day to focus on their relationships, for the single people out there, this article will explain how you can go it alone. Keep Reading

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Making an (app)earance

Last month, Florida representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz chose Riffle as the winner of the Congressional App Challenge in Florida’s 23rd district Keep Reading

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Politicizing Heritage

Politicizing the school’s name began in April 2018 when a student started the Instagram account @AHS_conservatives, posting conservative political memes to get their message across. Keep Reading

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When They Were Us: Mrs. Major

Have you ever wondered what your teachers were like in high school? In each faculty profile, we take a trip back to the past and explore what teachers were like ‘When They Were Us’ (WTWU). Featured in the September/October 2019 issue of the Patriot Post, this extended version recounts JH teacher Mrs. Shaneka Major’s story. Keep Reading

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Nick Gonzalez: Making history

While students may recognize him as one of the giants roaming campus at 6-feet-5-inches tall with size 18 shoes, senior Nick Gonzalez spends most of his time appearing four feet tall – that is, when he’s sitting down model-making. Keep Reading

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