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Two Mormon students among victims of Florida high school shooting

One Mormon teen died and another is hospitalized following the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida on Wednesday.

According to the Associated Press, a former student opened fire and killed at least 17 people. 46 more words

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BYU students lobby to pass discounted marriage license bill

BYU senior Megan Griffes watched her professor testify at the Utah Capitol last year about a bill that would discount marriage licenses for couples that receive premarital education.  131 more words

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Aerialist from ‘Greatest Showman’ mashup dedicates life to helping children, teens

Darla Davis knows from personal experience what it’s like to perform in the circus.

When Davis was 19 years old, she left everything she knew to travel to Houston and join the circus. 214 more words

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MY GEEK FACTOR: Reynolds curates playlists from Spotify

If there were a soundtrack for her life, 9th grader Lynn Reynolds would make sure the playlist came from Spotify. Listening to music on the radio can become bland after a while when the hosts play the same songs on repeat, which is why Reynolds sticks to listening to the music streaming platform Spotify. 293 more words

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NEEDS PHOTOS ....... [PHOTO GALLERY] Visual art faculty exhibition displays excellence

The Harry M. Drake Gallery located near the Davern entrance of Saint Paul Academy’s Upper School is currently filled with more than 40 pieces of faculty made art. 55 more words

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MY GEEK FACTOR: Stolpestad takes pride in manager skills

For the past 26 games, sophomore Tommy Stolpestad has been managing the Spartan Boys Varsity Hockey team from the sidelines. Stolpestad began managing the team during the 2017-18 season after some of the varsity hockey players convinced him to join the team. 218 more words

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Student groups plan local Nation School Walkout protests

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The University of Memphis Progressive Student Alliance (PSA) will take part in the National School Walkout on March 14 at 10 a.m. 515 more words

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