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Senior Kevin Schatz appears on the Today Show

Senior Kevin Schatz appeared on the Today Show Sept. 25 to raise awareness for pediatric cancer as well as Go4theGoal’s National Pediatric Cancer Awareness Day. Just before winter break of the 2012-2013 school year, Schatz was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma, a rare form of cancer made up of cells that normally develop into skeletal muscles according to the American Cancer Society. From Jan. to July, Schatz underwent multiple surgeries and weekly chemo treatments, all while maintaining his schoolwork. “It was a… Keep Reading

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Obey the rules of the road: Take the pledge

Driving: a privilege associated with freedom, independence, and countless responsibilities. To raise awareness of the powerful, life-changing consequences associated with reckless driving, several programs are working to teach new drivers that obeying the rules of the road is not an option, but a personal obligation. These companies and organizations, including the Teen Safe Driver Program offered by American Family Insurance, the Safe Teen Driver Club and the “It Can Wait” campaign by AT&T have focused their efforts on spreading the… Keep Reading

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NFL start in review

Injuries, crimes and upsets have been the headlines in the National Football League (NFL)  throughout the season so far. It has been a wild two weeks and although there are still 15 weeks remaining in the season, fans are already on the edge of their seats, waiting to see what will happen next in this unique NFL season. Many big name players across the league have already suffered noticeable injuries. A.J Green, the star wide receiver of the Cincinnati Bengals,… Keep Reading

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iPatriotPost is up and running

Unfortunately, over the summer our website was deleted, and all of the past content has been erased. Over the last few weeks, I, along with junior James McLaughlin, have built the website from scratch. Over the next few weeks, we will continue to improve the site and make enhancements. The newspaper staff is relieved the website is back up, and we will be utilizing the site more than ever this year. New articles will be posted daily starting next week,… Keep Reading

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