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The Story Behind Your Lobster Dinner

By Senior Andrew Goulden. I’m a 17 year old lobsterman of the coast of Kennebunkport, Maine. I have almost 900 hours logged towards a commercial lobstering license which I hope to have by when I turn 18 in September. It will cost me  $603 a year to be licensed in Maine. I have been lobstering […]

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Guide to a Tasty Meal

Submitted to Carpe Diem by Senior Paige Lawlor “Cooking is Love made Visible.” Looking for a way to thank your family for shepherding you to graduation? Why not cook them up some comfort food and enjoy a surprise dinner together? Click on the link below to see tips on making my favorite home-made meal: Shepherd’s […]

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The Brains Behind the New App Trio

CLICK HERE to CHECK OUT THE LIVE, UNEDITED VIDEO INTERVIEW 3/10/15 -Jacob Buttarazzi Interviews Misha Leybovich, CEO of Meograph about his recently released App TRIO.  Leybovich has been working with co-founder and CTO Clay Garrett on the Trio app for a year. The new app launched Wednesday March 4th and is now available to YOU! Leybovich reached out […]

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Yearbook Photo Booth Wakes up Atrium

  Lunch is always a highlight of the day, but today it got even better. Through all lunch waves, Yearbook advisers Mr. Pulsifer and Mr. Christenbury ran a fun photo booth. Throughout the middle of the day varied groups sidled up to the camera for their chance to make it into yearbook infamy. Here are a […]

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2014 Elections-First Time Voters

Often, mock elections are an early indicator of how eligible voters will cast their ballots. This year was no exception. See results of student elections here: The only race in which students predicted a winner differently than the actual election outcome was in the race for U.S. House District 2 between Emily Ann Cain (D) and Bruce […]

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