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Ongoing Spotlight - August 30, 2016

DON’T BREATHE [R] A

Often, as a critic, I end up watching movies in a state of isolation, locked in my head and the need to take notes, but I certainly appreciate it when an opportunity comes along that forces me to close the book, become a part of the collective audience, and roll with the punches. 261 more words

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Prepare for Open House tomorrow

Haley Switzer
WEB EDITOR

  

  Only parents can attend Douglas Anderson’s 2016-2017 Open House this year, while “students should be home working on homework or studying,” said Assistant Principal, Ms. 132 more words

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David Loudermilk new chair of Theatre department

Destiny Reid
CO-EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

  As of August 16, David Loudermilk is the new chair of the theatre department. His experience includes teaching at Cape Fear Academy in Wilmington, N.C. 68 more words

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Student Parking Passes still up for grabs

Molly Lantinberg
STAFF MEMBER

There are still parking passes remaining for interested DA  juniors and seniors. The original 160 spots are almost completely filled with the final few being given out on first-come basis. 211 more words

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Piano department meshes with Instrumental music

Davie Hardesty
STAFF MEMBER

As of the 2016-2017 school year, the piano department has become part of the instrumental music department.

Vera Watson, head of the piano department, said that all though no significant changes are coming for the piano department itself, future performances will feature more collaborations with other departments.

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DA teacher runs St. John's River Level Project

Jayleen Cerda
MANAGING EDITOR

   Since the Panama Canal expansion or Third Set of Locks project took place in 2006-2007, Terrance Souder concluded the St. Johns River would eventually need expanded and deepened. 119 more words

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DA Kaleidoscope Auditions Next Week

Hanna Walters
STAFF MEMBER

   Auditions for Kaleidoscope, the annual talent show sponsored by DA’s dance department, are set for Sept. 1 and 2 after school in the Gymnasium. 44 more words

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