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Reuniting Family

January 24, 2011

On the first day of Thanksgiving break, everyone but me was enjoying the luxury of sleeping in. Instead, I was anxiously awaiting the arrival of my former sister, Jenny, at the airport. I say former because...

Branching Out

January 24, 2011

I’ve never been one to step out of my comfort zone, especially in social circles. If you were to look at my table during lunch you would see a bunch of senior girls who, for the most part, look and act...


January 12, 2011

When senior Sam Reichman’s dad mentioned the Genocide Intervention Network over the summer, Reichman knew he wanted to do something. But, like many students, he was busy with activities, like cross...

Cultural Traditions have Common Components

November 22, 2010

In every culture worldwide, there are unique holidays and traditions. Thanksgiving, one of America’s most prominent celebrations, is very distinctive compared to celebrations in other nations. However,...

Dirty Little Secret

November 22, 2010

Secrets. Everyone has them. It’s that one thing that you’re afraid to tell. It’s that one thing that separates you from your family or friends. It’s that one thing that no one can see by just looking...

Facebook Fallout

October 25, 2010

By Alma Velazquez It’s 11:00 p.m. You can’t fall asleep and your homework is not done because you couldn’t bring yourself to close the Facebook window. What do you do? Get on Facebook to update...

More than just a hobby

October 13, 2010

by Hannah Strader Somewhere in the back of senior Jon Tobaben’s mind he hears the voices of his parents nagging him to do his homework, but he is too mesmerized by the Xbox controller in his hand and...

Tiles to a memory

October 13, 2010

by Terriss Ford Memories are etched into the halls of Moody, embodied in the classrooms, encapsulated in a time capsule, and imaginatively crafted into the ceiling tiles. However, after 45 years of students...

One of a Kind

September 21, 2010

The bleachers of roaring students, the brassy sound of the marching band, the intent, excited faces of everyone around him, and the charged atmosphere are what junior Gabe Alaniz loves about being a cheerleader. “I...

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