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Parallel // by Lauren Miller

Abby is a girl with a Plan.  She knows where she wants to go to college and what she wants to study, and her entire high school career has been devoted to making those goals reality.   708 more words

Book Review

High school girls results, Oct. 12

Bre Burchett and Logan Castiglione had nine kills each to give Waterloo the spark it needed to take down formerly undefeated Palmyra-Macedon in straight sets in a Finger Lakes girls volleyball match on Wednesday. 511 more words


High school girls results, Oct. 15

Sammy Watson of Rush-Henrietta won her race at the 35th Annual Burnt Hills Cross Country Invitational on Saturday.

Watson ran a time of 17 minutes, 49.19 seconds, to help the Royal Comets earn a sixth-place team finish. 412 more words


High school results, Oct. 28

Katrina Yencer scored two goals to help seventh-seeded Avon upset top-seeded Warsaw, 2-0, in the Section V girls soccer Class C2 finals.

Mackenzie Culhane assisted on Yencer’s goals for the Braves (12-8), who entered sectionals with an 8-8 record. 703 more words


September Reading List!

This month, I have three books for you. All young adult books. One, the start of a series I look forward to finishing. The second, a novel by a great author. 1,172 more words


Native American Women in the European Atlantic World

This article considers the shifting dynamics of gender roles for Native American women during the cultural exchange with European colonialism. AUTHOR: LAUREN MILLER

Source: Native American Women in the European Atlantic World

19th Century

Native American Women in the European Atlantic World

Upon the landing of the British and French in North America, the fates of those tribes already populating the country was bound to change dramatically. New fabrics, dyes, hunting tools, values, and, of course, diseases threatened the culture of the Native population. 1,746 more words