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A New Teacher Contract – Jasmine Footman: Reporter

The new teacher agreement also known as an agreement between the board of education of metropolitan school district and Lawrence township schools. Legally goes into effect every august 1 but it was settled October 24th. The new contract has a series of changes. Like salary, pay dates, personal days, etc. Its effective because without a

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No Shave November – Helen Manubay: Reporter

Andrew Harsha is participating in No Shave November for the second year in a row. Men’s health is very important to Harsha. He found out about it on Facebook from a buddy from college who was participating in No Shave November at their school. No Shave November brings some camaraderie amongst LN’s staff, coaches, counselors,

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A Fun Twist on Learning – Will Majercak: Reporter

Instead of making students just take tests, study, and turn in their projects, Karen Comstock created a way to make assignments more enjoyable. Comstock’s ninth grade Lyceum class is reading “The Odyssey” by Homer. The students must first read and annotate the book and construct a monster mobile or a diorama of a pivotal scene

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Hispanic Heritage Month deserves recognition

The Hispanic population has grown larger in the United States as time has passed, and Hispanics now represent more than 15 percent of the total population in the country. Because of this, National Hispanic Heritage Month was enacted into law in 1988 to celebrate the achievements and contributions Hispanics continue to make for the U.S.

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Try That On For Size: Entertainment news outweighs facts

It was morning, and triumphant shouts of the Libyan rebels were muffled by the mediocre banter of American culture. Facebook and Twitter were aflame with news: Tripoli had been taken back by its people, but you wouldn’t know that if you were watching mainstream news. I turned on CNN, to see if it were true:

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