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CCPL renovation reflects libraries’ attempt to meet changing needs of students

Ella Joliet, Teen Library Council member and sophomore, volunteers in the QUEST Lab at the CCPL. The library offers a variety of volunteering opportunities for teenagers.

Leah Tan

February 21, 2020

Despite the common misconception that libraries are silent spaces for those who wish to solely read books, today’s libraries have transformed significantly to provide a wide array of services and resources for people of all ages. For students like Nicole Segaran, Teen Library Council (TLC) and seni...

Nov. 15 Parent Awareness Night to discuss teen drug use

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November 10, 2012

 Parent Awareness Night will be held on Nov. 15 at 7 p.m. in the Freshman Center Cafeteria, according to social worker Jane Wildman. “This will be an education piece for parents about drugs,” Wildman said. “Parents will learn about the current trends in teenage drug use, where teenagers hide (drug...

Recent local, national incidents indicate cyberbullying remains problem for students

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October 19, 2011

"I’m gonna murder this girl Ellie Boyer for what she did.” Last school year, such a comment joined hundreds of other posts that streaked the Twitter pages of her classmates. Junior Ellie Boyer’s reporting of a cheating incident that occurred a week before final exams had ended the hopes of desperate students, who...

Raising Responsibility

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February 25, 2010

With increasing teen pregnancy rates and media portrayal, pregnant teens face skewed perceptions By Darlene Pham <[email protected]> Like most teenagers, junior Anna Redmond had been free-spirited with no one to look after but herself. On September 14, 2008, however, the day after her sophomore Homecoming, Redmond received a phone call that would change th...