Monthly Archives: April 2007

Find Yourself In “Garden State”

Everyone, at one point or another, feels as if they are controlled by another force. People throw away their own opinions and conform to what others want them to do. Andrew Largeman, played by Zach Braff, suffers from these symptoms … Continue reading

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Anyone else have this math course?

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Don’t take domestic violence lightly

This is the story of a girl whose boyfriend beat her up. He beat her up many times, until one day he took it too far. The girl called the police and had her boyfriend arrested for domestic violence. This … Continue reading

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How to find new music

Have you ever wanted to get new music but didn’t feel like going to the music store? Thanks to the Internet, there are many easy ways to find and download new music quickly and easily. Here are some places to … Continue reading

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Stress less over prom

It’s that time of year, the time when schools charge exhorbitant amounts of money for a dance, and girls spend even more on dresses, nails, shoes, and hair. But is prom really worth all this trouble?

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Juggling life as a waitress

Eastern York High School junior Chenoa Shenberger has found herself with quite the busy schedule. Not only is her time filled by school and an array of honors English and pre-calc homework, but she also has a part-time job as … Continue reading

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Pyrex cup a must-have

I’m going to college this fall, and I’ve been looking for items I might need for my dorm room – anything that would help me survive. The handiest item on my college grocery list is Pyrex’s 4-cup measuring cup.

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Lots to learn at Lafayette

Last year, if someone were to say the word “Lafayette” to me, I would have thought of Marquis de Lafayette, the French general and ally of the U. S. in the American Revolution. I would have had no idea there … Continue reading

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‘Identity’ Keeps You Guessing

“Identity” is one of a slew of new game shows to hit television in recent months. After a brief, one-week run in December, NBC brought back the show in March, airing at 8 p.m. Fridays. Hosted by the charismatic Penn … Continue reading

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Day to Remember

The best day of my life April 20, 2006, the day I got my driver’s license. I’m going to be honest, this was the best day of my life. OK, maybe I’m exaggerating, but it at least makes it to … Continue reading

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