Mars and Terraforming

by Haley Yahraus In 1971, Mariner 9 orbited Mars and took pictures that implied running water once existed on the planet’s surface, prompting plans for future Mars missions. A mere four years later, in 1975, Viking I was launched into space, ultimately becoming the first Mars rover to land on the planet, marking one of the…

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Staying Positive During the Fall and Winter

By Haley Yahraus With the bitter and brisk cold, the shorter days, the lack of sun, and the dread of midterm exams looming over us, it’s nearly impossible to stay positive during the fall and winter months. Some of us can’t help but feel the stress of our way-too-confusing-and-just-awful assignments. Plus, it’s much harder to…

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CLUB ADVERTISEMENTS

By: Kavya Ravichandran and Haley Yahraus ISRAELI CULTURE CLUB: As you well know from history class, the Mediterranean has long been the crossroads of the world. Curious to know more about people other than the Romans and the Greeks who have played major roles in the area? Join Israeli Culture Club! Run by awesome senior…

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Soldier On, Freshman!

By: Haley Yahraus From every time period recorded in history and within every place known to the world, age-related prejudice has affected nearly all people born into ordinary lives. One of the points in life where we notice it the most is during high school. The pressure is on older students to show their dominance.…

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