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The Declaration

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The Declaration

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Pictured are standard pennies in America. They are the smallest part of the US dollar.

[Photo] February 23 – pennies

By: Dylan DaCunha, Editor-in-Chief
February 23, 2022
Pictured is a traditional can of Diet Coke. Cans of this type of soda can float when submerged in water.

[Photo] February 18 – floating soda

By: Dylan DaCunha, Editor-in-Chief
February 18, 2022
Pictured is a trio of turtles at the edge of a a river. You can find out their gender based on their noises.

[Photo] January 5 – turtles

By: Dylan DaCunha, Editor-in-Chief
January 5, 2022
Pictured are two elfs named Buddy and Judy, Theyre nestled in a Christmas tree as their daily hiding spot.

[Photo] December 23 – Elf On The Shelf

By: Dylan DaCunha, Editor-in-Chief
December 23, 2021
The X in Xmas comes from the Greek letter Chi. This is the first letter in the Greek word for Christ, which is Christós.

[Photo] December 22 – Xmas

By: Dylan DaCunha, Editor-in-Chief
December 22, 2021
Pictured is mistletoe, which is a common decoration around Christmas time. This particular plant has white berries.

[Photo] December 20 – Under the mistletoe

By: Dylan DaCunha, Editor-in-Chief
December 20, 2021
Pictured is a broken Christmas ornament. This is one of the main things that sends decorators to the hospital each holiday season.

[Photo] December 13 – Christmas decorating

By: Dylan DaCunha, Editor-in-Chief
December 13, 2021
Pictured above are bananas, which have been harvested in South Asia for the last 10,000 years or so. They come in more than 1,000 varieties.

[Photo] November 29 – Going bananas

By: Dylan DaCunha, Editor-in-Chief
November 29, 2021
Pictured above is the moon during a dark night. Moonquakes happen approximately every 27 days.

[Photo] October 21

By: Dylan DaCunha, Editor-in-Chief
October 25, 2021
With trying to be environmentally friendly, one trending fashion option this fall that anyone can do is patchwork. Repurpose old garments that no longer fit by adding elements of that garment to a new jacket, shirt or pair of pants.

[Photo] Fall fashion shaking the world now

By: Dylan DaCunha, Editor-in-Chief
November 19, 2020
Women also see more colors than men.

[Photo] Women blink twice more than men.

By: Kelly Branco, Art & Music Editor
June 4, 2019
Snakes are carnivores which is what most people dont think they are.

[Photo] Snakes can help predict earthquakes.

By: Kelly Branco, Art & Music Editor
April 9, 2019
They no longer mark Royal Swans so they can be free like these swans.

[Photo] All swans in England belong to the queen.

By: Kelly Branco, Art & Music Editor
October 24, 2018
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[Photo] A Look into Lit & Film

By: Samantha Dobbin, Spring Reporter
March 13, 2017
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[Photo] Summer Reading Needs To Go

By: Genesis Torres, Fall Editor and Reporter
June 20, 2016
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