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National Novel Writing Month has a website. (Photo from Google)

Tips To Finish NaNoWriMo

Emma Simmons, News/Sports Editor November 18, 2020

National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) happens every year during the month of November. Both newbie writers and seasoned veterans can participate, churning out new pieces of literature for both public...

As testing day draws near, it’s important to prepare both your mind and body to take the ACT. (Photo from Google)

How to Prepare for the ACT

Emma Simmons, News/Sports Editor October 23, 2020

ACT testing will take place on Oct. 24 between 7 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. The test itself will have four parts: English, mathematics, reading and science. A calculator* can only be used on the mathematics test...

It can be hard to get sleep in high school when you have so much work to do. However, you will surely appreciate getting those eight hours I promise.

Sleep Is Not For The Weak, I Promise

Kana Mullee, Staff Writer December 4, 2018

Research shows that a teenager needs nine to ten hours of sleep every night. Yet, most teens only get roughly seven to eight hours on average. About seven out of ten high schoolers do not get the right...

Allie, an experienced college student talks about her first day, saying, “The nervousness was redundant. As I said a minute ago, it was terrifying, but exciting. Once I figured out more of how it works, made friends in classes, and became more comfortable and knowledgeable about the college atmosphere, it was great.” Allie Sarratori snaps a picture of her college on a regular day, excited to see what the new school day will bring and the new things she will learn.

Senior’s Guide to College

Jade Flack, Staff writer September 21, 2015

The new school year has begun, and as the old seniors are sent off to college, the newbies start applying. Now, even juniors have to start considering which colleges they wish to attend and how to do it....

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