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Halloween Horror Nights 2014: Fear will eat you alive

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From mask-wearing serial killers to street-walking voodoo priestesses, Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights offers an abundance of fearful frights for all ages. This 24th year of terror is enough to strike fear into the heart of any horror enthusiast. I’ll admit, after the less-than-spooky events of Halloween Horror Nights 22 and 23, I was pleasantly…

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Stay out of the senior corner

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We’ve waited four years for the library limelight. Let us have our moment in the sun. Much too often, underclassmen infiltrate the senior corner and computers and give snarky remarks when asked to leave. Instead of serving as a place for the stressed out college applicants to regroup, relax and get work done, the corner…

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Senior Kevin Schatz appears on the Today Show

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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…

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Tuesday night MTV treats

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It’s about time we had some TV shows that accurately represented our high school lives. These two MTV shows that returned late September this year are just what your weeknights need. “Awkward,” a relatable comedy coming back for the second half of its fourth season, and “Faking It,” the abnormal newbie to MTV, complement each…

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Obey the rules of the road: Take the pledge

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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…

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Three good songs by artists you have probably never heard of

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“Mother & Father’ by Broods: Brother-sister electropop duo Broods has made a big splash in their home country, New Zealand, but have yet to make it big in the United States. The lead single from the duo’s debut self-titled album, “Mother & Father,” peaked at No. 12 on the New Zealand charts, and for good…

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Patriots cruise past Chaminade-Madonna to improve to 2-1

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“We are happy about the win but we need to get better,” coach Mike Rumph said following Friday night’s 35-8 victory over the Chaminade-Madonna Lions. The Patriots got off to a strong start with a touchdown run for the first score of the game, and were able to maintain the lead throughout. The story of…

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