Preparing for Finals

Avery Wilson, Writer

May 20, 2019

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Finals are coming up and that means it’s time to start studying, but for some people studying can be pretty hard. Many people have a hard time focusing or processing the subject they need to study for. I’m going to be sharing ...

Rosie Reader Party

Avery Wilson, Writer

May 9, 2019

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This year Rosie Read contest had 60 to 65 participants but only 16 students qualify for the Rosie Reader party. The top reader this year is freshman, Elizabeth Gray. Mrs. Northern said that she was a little surprised about how many ...

The Best Promposals

Julia Kaiser, Writer

April 26, 2019

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For me as foreigner, prom and prom proposals are something totally new for me. We don’t have a prom at my school and we don’t really have school dances. So I thought I will look up funny and romantic ways people were asked...

What Will Seniors Miss After Graduation?

Avery Wilson, Writer

April 26, 2019

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It’s crazy to think that in a few short weeks the class of 2019 will be taking their last steps here at Southwestern. I know we are all excited to move on to this next chapter in our lives, but I think we can all agree it’s...

Top Five Most Unusual Jobs in the U.S.

Hugh Smith, Writer

April 22, 2019

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Most students have a decent idea of what they are going to do after high-school. However, deciding what career to have can usually be a difficult decision among the many jobs available. Today, we will review some of the most un...

Tales From the City That Never Sleeps

Brendan Courter, Co-Editor

April 9, 2019

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Grand Central Station There are many things to marvel at when you enter the stunning Grand Central Station, but I will be talking about my two favorites. The ceiling in Grand Central Station is a pale and distressed blue ...

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