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Matthew Leaves Catastrophe in Haiti

Luke Lindsey, Staff Writer

October 5, 2016


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Hurricane Matthew has negatively impacted many communities and families, but none have been more affected by the storm than the people of Haiti when it crashed into their towns and homes at 7am local time, Tuesday morning. With its residents living in basic cinder block homes or stick-in-mud she...

World Studies: A Combined Effort

World Studies: A Combined Effort

Josh Hafif, Staff Writer

October 5, 2016


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          World Studies is a new class at FCHS that combines AP World History and 10th Lit Honors. It is available for the 10th grade students in STEM and was created to give the students a free space in their schedule. This resulted in many happy students, like Mason Sheffield who states, “We can...

The Many Faces of Donald Trump

The Many Faces of Donald Trump

Mckenzie See-Holbrooke, Staff Writer

September 21, 2016


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Republican party nominee, Donald Trump, is a front runner for becoming president of the United States, and everyone has become so intrigued by him and his image. Most Americans that do not support Donald Trump view him as sexist and only using the campaign to receive press and publicity. Many people don...

A Cry for Help

A Cry for Help

Jiries Hishmeh, Staff Writer

September 20, 2016


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  Aleppo, Syria, a once beautiful city, is one of the many places that have fallen victim to the current civil war raging through the country. Most recently the city has been at the receiving end of bomb strikes. On August 28th, a helicopter dropped two barrel bombs on the funeral of the children...

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