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Ness redefines living with Cystic Fibrosis

Ness redefines living with Cystic Fibrosis

Mikayla Cousineau, Distribution Reporter

November 1, 2017

Filed under In-Depth, Podcasts

Center stage in front of a large audience sounds like the place most people would find themselves in a nightmare. For junior Sabrina Ness, the stage is where her dreams have come true, and the spotlight is where she finds her heart. When she was only three months old, Ness was diagnosed with cy...

Google introduces self-driving cars

Google introduces self-driving cars

Kaitlin Bloom, Online editor

April 7, 2016

Filed under Focus, People

For a long time, people have imagined a future free of driver's education, road tests, and maybe even accidents. Cars would drive themselves, independent of any human control. People would be able to send their young sons and daughters off to a friend's house alone and be able to trust they'll ge...

Staff Editorial: teachers should have a unified cell phone policy

Staff Editorial: teachers should have a unified cell phone policy

April 30, 2015

Filed under Editorial, Staff Editorial

It is no surprise that technology is becoming more prevalent in people’s daily lives. The school encourages people to bring their own electronic devices from home, and most people have their cell phones on them or nearby at all times. With this type of abundant presence of technology in the lives of ma...

Google humanitarianism gets crowd sourced

Chase Lau

November 27, 2013

Filed under Uncategorized

Every once in a while a person comes along who does good simply for the sake of helping others. Sometimes, that person is not a person at all, but rather a group of people at a company. In this case, that company is Google. Google, who is known for their informal motto of “don’t be evil,” has once...

Google Glass saving lives one pair at a time

Google Glass saving lives one pair at a time

Matt Flock

October 29, 2013

Filed under Editorial

What would most Americans do if they thought that they were bit by a deadly spider or if they didn’t know the difference between the symptoms of mononucleosis compared to those of streptococcus? Most people might turn to Google; however, is Google also capable of saving lives?  With the new release of...