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Environment protection, simplified

In elementary school, everyone learns the three R’s: reduce, reuse and recycle. While during the next month after learning the lesson, the R’s are practiced, their usage becomes less and less, until they are almost completely forgotten. It is important to know how to take measures to protect the environment throughout daily activities. Keep Reading

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A new resident flies into the EEC

The EEC is full of different species of animals that enjoy those who visit, including Sheldon the turtle and Tommy the parrot. However, next time you visit the environmental center, expect newcomer Percie the lovebird to welcome you as he perches on your shoulder. Keep Reading

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Minimize your AP exam stress

With just over a month left of the school year, some students are busy planning their big summer breaks, while others are focusing more on cramming for their AP exams. Princeton and Kaplan review books dotted with sticky notes can be spotted all around the halls. A common side effect of AP exams are the huge amounts of pressure and stress they bring upon students, and although the exams are (sometimes) hard and demanding, it is important to prioritize yourself over any test booklet. Keep Reading

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April’s awareness for autism

Autism has a wide spectrum in terms of the intensity of the challenges endured by those diagnosed. One with autism on the higher end of the spectrum faces more challenges in daily activity, while one who does not face as many mental challenges would be viewed as on the lower end of the spectrum. Nonetheless, the evident disadvantages endured by people with autism on any end of the spectrum has prompted many to help spread awareness and educate others on the topic. Keep Reading

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