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Solving the Programming Puzzle: How Payton's Course Schedules Are Created

Dr. Phyllis Burstein, Payton’s programmer, works to create student course schedules for next school year. (Photo by Will Foster)

By Will Foster ’20

Each spring, Payton students submit their course requests for the following school year. 1,805 more words

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'Unforgivable Blackness': The Ballad of Jack Johnson

Many students who work with the Best Buddies know their paraprofessional Ms. Hines. What many students do not know is that she is the great-great- niece of renowned boxer Jack Johnson. 1,236 more words

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Yearbook Reprint Stirs Controversy

By Will Foster ’20, Justin Powell ’19, and Paw Print Staff

Principal Timothy Devine on May 29 announced that Payton would reprint its 2018-19 yearbooks at a cost of more than $22,000 after the revelation that several students had been pictured making the “OK” hand gesture — a once-innocuous symbol that has been usurped by hate groups in recent months. 1,025 more words

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Insider threats to an organization

Insider threats to an organization is a critical area for auditors to consider when reviewing fraud risks. Many instances in the past have shown that internal staff are frequently the perpetrators of fraud. 1,454 more words

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Alt Rock artist Tien Cortez releases debut single Don't Finish What You Started

Hailing from Brisbane, Australia, emerging alternative artist Tien Cortez has released his debut track ‘Don’t Finish What You Started’.

The single is available now on all major digital platforms. 264 more words

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Alternative band Corolla release the visuals for Yoga Burgers

Watford based band Corolla are back with the video release for their latest single Yoga Burgers.

Yoga Burgers is a multi-narrative track, speaking out about the intimate details of a failed relationship as well as struggling to become in touch with spirituality. 186 more words

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Yaffe releases latest single Orange County

Alt Rock artist Yaffe launched his latest single Orange County on May 31st 2019.

Orange County blends modernity with elements of core Rock. With this release, Yaffe breaks through the conventions of genre to create a moody, guitar heavy track that spills out under-layers of Hip Hop influence. 135 more words

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