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Ski and Snowboard Club puts cold weather to use

Mandy Kraynak, Feature Editor

January 3, 2018

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Growing up in Florida, Bath Ski and Snowboard Club adviser John Faust had never seen snow until he went to college. Later adding the “snowboard” part of the name to the Ski and Snowboard Club, Faust said that his desire to...

Students gain business experience at camp

Lux DeMoss, Staff Reporter

January 3, 2018

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Summer is most commonly known as a time for sleeping in and enjoying free time, but for some it is an opportunity to try new things. Waking up at 8:00 am, staying busy all day by learning about business, having discussions, or working on...

Sophomore competes in powerlifting

Hannah Weisburn, Design Editor

January 3, 2018

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Ariel Brinker walked into the gym wearing a jacket and sweatpants. Her muscles started out stiff as she prepared for her lifting competition. She did all her lifts with small amounts of weight, adding plates as she warmed up....

Junior creates STEM club for elementary school girls

Amanda Kraynak, Feature Editor

January 3, 2018

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Elementary school teachers instill much more than math facts and reading skills into the minds of their students; they can also help students develop lasting interests and passions, including interests that could later become...

Golf team improves their game

Mark Yankovitz, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2017

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Basketball requires coherence between players and offensive skills to raise the score as much as possible. Football follows the same format, but scoring means reaching the end of the field rather than getting a ball in a bucket...

Student travels to Appalachia for service project

Lily Cowie, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2017

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Young adults have many opportunities to help those in need, such as volunteering at a local food pantry or at animal rescue shelters. Students often choose the most accessible and easy volunteer opportunities available, but Le...

Boy Scouts work to receive prestigious Eagle award

November 7, 2017

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Multiple Revere High School students in Troop 385 have received or are working to receive their Eagle Scout Badges of honor, the highest Boy Scouting honor. Of the 45 boys in Troop 385, two have worked hard and completed ...

Students create car meet

November 7, 2017

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To many, a car show captures the essence of the automobile world: a haven of bright colors, shiny wheels, clean interiors and loud engine revs. For the aspiring high school-aged car enthusiast, the opportunity to own a car of...

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