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Senior Drama Production

Written by Cole Cromer

Carrie and Paul were once in love. But they drifted apart and married others. Now they are both free again and about to meet for the first time in 20 years. 522 more words

How to feed yourself in college

By Katie Kiefer

Going to college is a giant step towards adulthood.  You have to stress over what school to commit to, what scholarships you’re applying to and how you’re going to pay for tuition, while some of the other seemingly smaller details are glazed over. 470 more words

Undoubtably A Great Book: A Doubter's Almanac Review

By: Brooke Blizzard

 

     Many times, the most intriguing stories are those that capture the human condition. In A Doubter’s Almanac, author Ethan Canin does just that. 379 more words

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The best and worst of the NHS

D-G-Seamon [CC BY-SA 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons

Warning: this is a long post, but I feel the story needs to be told in its entirety. 3,175 more words

Lip Sync Battle Preview

It’s time to stand up and cheer, because on May 13 STAND is hosting the second edition of the Lip Sync Battle. It will take place in the Ledyard High School auditorium from 7 to 9 p.m. 183 more words

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Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary!

By Michelle Paltan

When we were children attempting to scare ourselves with Ouija boards and turn our basements into haunted houses, the term “Bloody Mary” had a different meaning. 860 more words

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Self Love Comes in Every Size

By Faith Ponti

It’s my senior year of high school. I’m staring at my naked body in the mirror.  Lights on, clothes off. No curve hidden, no wrinkle smoothed. 891 more words

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