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By regularly following the news, teens are able to stay more informed with what is going on in the world. Today, teens can have access to the news even on their phones, where they are able to view news articles, broadcasts and more from a variety of different publications.

Why teens should make an effort to follow the news

Lily Hultgren '25, Paper Features Editor February 6, 2024

Before my junior year, I honestly never kept up with the news. I had only a vague idea about some current events, especially because they often aren't covered in our classes at school. While I was interested...

Class of 2015 remembers biggest news stories from their four years

Jack Zeldes, Staff Writer June 19, 2015

Occupy Wall Street On September 17, 2011, the Occupy Wall Street movement started in New York. It soon spread from coast to coast. People felt indignant over the social and economic inequalities that...

News today is history tomorrow

News today is history tomorrow

November 10, 2014

During Thanksgiving dinner, when your uncle asks you, “Hey kid, did you hear about what happened in the news today?” could you grant him a thoughtful response? Could you tell him that Marine Sgt....

World Briefs

World Briefs

Bailey Ethier, Editor-in-Chief September 19, 2014

Isis The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) was originally founded by members of al Qaeda in 2006, but al Qaeda renounced ties to ISIS in February after constant fighting between leaders. Since...

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