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Homework: Keep it or Toss it?

As high school students we’re all exhausted. We come from 8 hours of school and head home to do a daily 3 to 4 hours of homework minimum. How can we do the things...

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The Economy of Love

After working on Valentine’s Day in Miami for decades, Diamilet Gomez is hoping to provide a unique experience for lovebirds celebrating the holiday. “Everyone wants something special, something unique you don’t get everyday,” said...

The Foreign Policy Crisis

Over the years, the United States of America has seen a dramatically dangerous shift in the state of its foreign policy. Countries that were once considered to be stable have become overrun by corruption...

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Battling the Scale

Weight is a problem that people struggle with daily, it is a challenge enough not only finding the motivation to lose the weight, but finding the time as well. Despite the fact that this...

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Valentines Day: What’s the True Meaning?

When you think about Valentine’s Day words that may come to mind are love, flowers, chocolates and dinner dates. Making sure your girlfriend is happy with the last minute giant teddy bear, gift cards,...

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A pinch to save a life

Donating blood is not something you’re forced to do, it’s a choice.  At Columbus, over 150 kids donated blood this past month to the One Blood Organization to help save lives across the country,...

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Music on the Mat

In high school, most students will dedicate themselves to one or two major activities outside of the classroom. For Brent Becerra, not only would he be active in two extremely different extracurriculars, he would...