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How do we justify our beliefs?

Those who have completed post-secondary education tend to lean left in American politics. As documented in this article, higher education tends people towards left wing politics. The article also points out that younger generations are also much more likely to be left-leaning. Knowing these numbers, it interests me to see where high school students land […]

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Buying Your First Car

A note: This feature is much like a “Pick-Your-Own-Ending” type of writing. Start at the beginning, and follow the directions until you’ve come to a conclusion that fits you! 16 years old, fresh out of the BMV with your license and maybe some money saved up to buy your first car. Buying your first car […]

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One Class gets a Clearer View of our school’s energy use

The students in the AP Environmental Science class were using an infrared camera along with an APP called FLIR 1to look at several aspects of energy including efficiency and vampire energy use. Same hall but a different perspective. Efficiency shows where energy (heat) is “leaking” or where cold is coming into a building.  When looking […]

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The Reason I Won’t Be Broke By 22

 18 y.o., USMC enlisted (Boot Ship July. 22nd, MOS 02–)   For decades, high school students have worked hard to get into the best college possible and survive four years (or more) of studying,  all to get that $100,000+ piece of paper that says they’re good enough at something. News flash. Things have changed. More […]

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Where to be This Summer

5 Cool Places to Visit in Maine   Rattlesnake Pool, Blueberry Mountain Located in Evans Notch Maine, approximately 2 hours from Saco. This easy hike leads you to a small swimming pool. Rattlesnake pool has the clearest crystal blue water in Maine, but it is very cold. It is surrounded by lush green plants and […]

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