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Hope Scouts: Serving Since Youth

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Hope Scouts: Serving Since Youth

Posted on 16 October 2017

By Sophia Milla (‘20) The concept of serving is not widely accepted among youth. Non-profit organizations throughout the world are primarily comprised of adults. Though many organizations make efforts to refine the flaws of the world, youthful energy is lacking. Apart from other groups, non-profit organization Hope Scouts is youth-led and strives to improve the [...] Continue Reading

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Trump’s Global Representation of the US

Features, Opinion

Trump’s Global Representation of the US

Posted on 12 October 2017

By Indira Walsh (‘19) American exceptionalism has always been thoroughly indoctrinated into the culture of those who reside in the United States. Whether it is true or not, many Americans have always seen themselves as benevolent people whose worldwide presence was necessary to create peace and freedom in other nations. This was overwhelmingly represented in [...] Continue Reading

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SBHS Holds its Annual Convocation

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SBHS Holds its Annual Convocation

Posted on 12 October 2017

By Nicolas Costa (‘18) On Friday, September 15, South Brunswick High School held its yearly Convocation. Convocation is an assembly that welcomes the freshman into the school and the seniors into their last year. Senior Liz Lavander said, “I think the idea is great. It is a way to recognize both the entering and exiting [...] Continue Reading

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dreamer

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Unfurling the American Dream: The Precarious Fate of DACA in Trump’s America

Posted on 06 October 2017

by Patrick Peralta (‘18) and Ibrahim Khajanchi (‘18)   In this age mired by catastrophic conflicts and continuous confusion, our country seems to face a crossroads of identity every day. This dark cloud teeming with simmering divisions and hatred hovers over us incessantly, perpetuating the premonition that this new epoch of disastrous circumstances will eventually [...] Continue Reading

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Celebrities Help to Provide Relief in Texas and Florida

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Celebrities Help to Provide Relief in Texas and Florida

Posted on 28 September 2017

by Priyanka Sarkhel (‘20) Before the recent arrival of Hurricane Maria, the devastation caused by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma left millions in Houston, Texas and Florida with the difficult task of rebuilding what was lost. These two recent hurricanes have been unique in their intensity and strength, therefore, causing more extreme damage to the places [...] Continue Reading

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Barnes and Noble Book Promotion with Megyn Kelly

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Barnes and Noble Book Promotion with Megyn Kelly

Posted on 28 September 2017

by Mike McDonald (‘19) On September 7, former Fox News host, Megyn Kelly, visited Barnes and Noble to promote her autobiography, Settle For More. Kelly released her book on November 15, 2016, just seven days after the Presidential Election.   Attendants were required to wear wristbands in order to attend. Although the event was held in [...] Continue Reading

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