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Uncovering the truth about feminism

Anna Minton May 18, 2017

Disputes regarding hot topics are very common today. Whether it's t healthcare or immigration, a differing opinion seems to be the norm vs the exception. The topic of feminism follows suite. But ironically...

Tech week is stressful and wonderful

Tech week is stressful and wonderful

Anna Minton April 24, 2017

BY ANNA MINTON ('17) Aah, tech week: the time that only comes once or twice a year when you can tell your teachers that you didn’t finish your homework because you were too busy jazz-squaring yourself...

District prepares for the 1-1 transition

District prepares for the 1-1 transition

Anna Minton March 9, 2017

BY HANNAH DEAR ('17)  After years of waiting, the middle school and high school will receive a computer for every student starting next year. The district has applied for grants the past couple...

Almost, Maine Preview

‘Almost, Maine’ Preview

Anna Minton February 10, 2017

"Almost, Maine" will be showing Friday, Feb. 10 and Saturday, Feb. 11. Tickets are on sale for $8 and $10. Photos by Morgan Prachar   [tribulant_slideshow gallery_id="34"]

Elementary school students visit BluePrints classroom

Elementary school students visit BluePrints classroom

Anna Minton December 19, 2016

BY DUSTIN BRADEN ('17) This past week, third grade teachers Lisa Smith and Christine Jude brought their classes to the BluePrints room to ask questions about what it is like to work on our publication....

Sarah Howard shares about her year in France

Sarah Howard shares about her year in France

Anna Minton November 11, 2016

BY AVA KUNAR ('18) Independence, life-long friends, unique travel and unforgettable experiences are all gifts that Sarah Howard gained during her recent trip to France. Howard spent eleven months of...

Mandatory drug testing decision still to be made

Mandatory drug testing decision still to be made

Anna Minton September 1, 2016

BY ANNA MINTON ('17) Decisions regarding implementing random, mandatory drug testing for students participating in competitive, extracurricular activities are still under discussion, and most likely...

Lead crisis completely resolved

Lead crisis ‘completely resolved’

Anna Minton August 25, 2016

BY ANNA MINTON ('17) EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The situation regarding the lead levels in water of the drinking fountains at the high school is “completely resolved,” according to Principal Matt Durst....

The not-so-identical twins

The not-so-identical twins

Anna Minton July 5, 2016

BY HUNTER BROWN (’16) Juniors Jack and Jake Peterson are identical twins that seem to be the exact same person. The brothers are commonly known for being rather similar in school and athletics. Many...

Biology teacher says Crossfit training keeps her mentally sharp

Biology teacher says Crossfit training keeps her mentally sharp

Anna Minton June 14, 2016

BY OLIVIA EBERSOLE (‘16) Cell respiration, weight lifting, Charles Darwin and sneakers all have one thing in common: Miss Hager. Hager, pre-AP Biology and AP Biology teacher participates in CrossFit...

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Administration investigating vandalism found in boys’ bathroom last weekend

Anna Minton April 22, 2016

BY ANNA MINTON ('17) The school administration and the police are on alert after discovering vandalism in a boys' bathroom stall at the high school over the weekend. According to high school principal...

Justin Thompson elected student body president for next year

Justin Thompson elected student body president for next year

Anna Minton April 21, 2016

BY ANNA MINTON ('17) Justin Thompson is the student body president for the 2016-2017 school year, after a competitive election campaign. “I’m very gracious to all of my voters,” said Thompson....

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