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No Horsing Around

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February 7, 2008
Filed under STUDENT SECTION

By: Mallory St. Claire <[email protected]> Most teenagers ask for cars for their 16th birthdays. Most teenagers do not get a magnificent black Friesian stallion instead; but such was the case for sophomores Alison and Kristina Mulry. The twins, who have been participating in sports with animals for 10 years, have a horse named George, who wa... Read more »

Eatery spreads wings with two locations

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February 7, 2008
Filed under ENTERTAINMENT

By Bennett Fuson ([email protected]) Until recently, Red Robin has been a culinary conundrum for me. I’m a sucker for a good burger, and this past summer I frequently saw a particular commercial in which an overweight, balding man dives through a window to get his Red Robin burger (a feat I l... Read more »

Students find media center policy stringent

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February 6, 2008
Filed under NEWS

By: Meher Ahmed <[email protected]> As students file into the media center, media department chairperson Bonnie Grimble awaits their confusion. As expected, the uncertainty was running high on the first day of the new policy. To attain a media center SRT pass, a student first needs a teacher print out a pass from that teacher’s computer. The te... Read more »

We’re all slaves 4 U

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January 25, 2008
Filed under PERSPECTIVES

 By: Grace Baranowski <[email protected]> Please, no more about Britney. The whole thing is like a suffocatingly whiney friend who has called too many times, moaning about life’s problems. But the informational snippets don’t come in the form of texts or endless phone calls—they... Read more »

Subliminal sexism still present

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January 25, 2008
Filed under PERSPECTIVES

By: Rosemary Boeglin <[email protected]> For anyone who knows her, there are no doubts my mother is a strong woman. My parents divorced when I was five, but my mom never let the lack of an adult male undermine the authority she holds. For this reason, it always astounds me how weak she seems... Read more »

Students must take precautions with valuables

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January 25, 2008
Filed under PERSPECTIVES

By: HiLite Staff Carmel is one of the safer areas in the county, if not in the state or possibly country. There’s a handy police force patrolling the streets and neighborhoods around the clock, officers in school in case of emergencies and what seems to be a peaceful and safe place to live any time o... Read more »

Administration cracks down on rules

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January 25, 2008
Filed under FEATURE

By: Sarah Sheafer <[email protected]> From the first day of the school this year, senior Melanie Bracale noticed that something was different. No longer could she wear a tank top or walk outside of the school during passing periods. She even couldn’t walk in the hallways during SRT witho... Read more »

Candidates work hard to connect with young voters

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January 24, 2008
Filed under STUDENT SECTION

By: Ellie Seta <[email protected]> Sitting at her usual lunch table with a few of her closest friends, junior Leah Elston eats her typical cafeteria lunch. Murmurs of gossip fill the table as Elston and her friends chat about their upcoming weekends plans, the latest celebrity breakup or next ... Read more »

Blast from the past

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January 24, 2008
Filed under ENTERTAINMENT

By Renny Logan ([email protected]) Twenty years ago this month, a myriad of change was occurring in music. Amid the decline of punk and the rise of metal, a smaller movement began with the Stray Cats. It was the Stray Cats’ interesting blend of punk undertones and rockabilly style in addition to guitarist and vocalist Bri... Read more »

Skipping Ahead

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January 23, 2008
Filed under NEWS

By: Min Qiao <[email protected]> As the end of the passing period nears, sophomore Hong Yang “Jimmy” Sun trudges up the stairs to the math department, where he enters his AP Calculus BC class. He confidently takes a seat and prepares for the lesson ahead, unconcerned by the fact that he is in... Read more »

Police, Secret Service investigate counterfeit money

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January 23, 2008
Filed under NEWS

By: John Shi <[email protected]> Sophomores David Edgerly and Ryan Duffy had no idea they had a counterfeit $5 bill in their Care to Share money. But when French teacher Andrea Yocum, also Edgerly and Duffy’s SRT teacher, came across the strangely proportioned bill, she said she immediately reali... Read more »

Students incorporate new styles into their own choreography

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December 14, 2007
Filed under 15 MINUTES OF FAME

By: Rosemary Boeglin <[email protected]> Rebecca Petersen, a member of Charisma and Coquettes and sophomore, is truly a dance enthusiast in all aspects of the word. “I have taken dance classes for about seven and a half years at Performer’s Edge Dance Theater,” Petersen said. ... Read more »

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