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Millennials are abusing drugs

   As teenagers grow up, they tend to “experiment” and try new things, such as drugs. Unfortunately, this experimentation can lead to substance abuse and addiction. Studies show that drug abuse is a growing problem among teens. In addition to cocaine, ecstasy and other club drugs, a recent Monitoring the Future Study showed that the… Keep Reading

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Getting accepted into all eight Ivy League schools

Many students dream of going to an Ivy League university, but for Ifemo White-Thorpe it’s a reality. White-Thorpe, a senior at Morris Hill High school in New Jersey (NJ), has the dream of a lifetime. She got accepted into all eight Ivy League schools: Harvard, Yale, Columbia, the University of Pennsylvania, Dartmouth, Cornell, Princeton, and… Keep Reading

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Easter events occurring in Palm Beach County

In the past, many groups of people organized spring festivals.  Many of these celebrated the rebirth of nature, the return of fertility and the birth of many young animals. These are the origins of the Easter eggs that we still hunt for and eat. Although the festivals (at least in Palm Beach County) may not… Keep Reading

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Rowe will go

Amid a vastly disappointing year, the Florida Panthers’ front office has officially announced that interim head coach Tom Rowe will be dismissed following the season finale next Sunday.   Rowe, former coach and General Manager of the American Hockey League’s Portland Pirates, was hired as the Panthers head coach after the controversial firing of former head… Keep Reading

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Bettman, NHL break off from Olympics

  In what many fans and athletes have found to be a questionable move, the National Hockey League (NHL) has decided not to take part in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The announcement was released on April 3 and immediately received backlash from analysts and players, which can potentially result in a major… Keep Reading

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Internet providers set their sights on you

Amid the masquerade of a hectic newsweek, the US Senate quietly passed a proposal that would eliminate broadband privacy laws, allowing internet service providers to access their customer’s search histories and having the ability to sell and share information, putting all users at a significant risk. The proposal, which would allow ISPs to sell the… Keep Reading

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Gradual removal of arts education is not beneficial

  While some may argue that the importance of arts education being pushed in the school setting is small, arts education benefits students in more ways than people seem to realize.     A big concern for parents of arts-involved students is whether, in the long run, it will help or hurt the student. Most of this… Keep Reading

MOUNT POCONO, PA - JANUARY 08:  Richard Simmons attends An Evening with Richard Simmons at the Mount Airy Casino Resort on January 8, 2010 in Mount Pocono, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Bobby Bank/WireImage)
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Richard Simmons goes missing

    Richard Simmons is one of the most beloved celebrities in Hollywood, and he is a star who loved the limelight. He is a fitness guru who has made over 20 fitness videos and published many books. He was also the owner of the famous workout studio “Slimmons.”  He would always take pictures with fans and… Keep Reading

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Marvel’s Iron Fist and cultural appropriation

The television series Iron Fist, based on the comic series with the same name, was bashed by critics. Most of them gave it a poor score, not because it was a sloppy show, but because they deemed it racist and white-washed.   Iron Fist premiered on Netflix on March 17. Days before its release, the… Keep Reading

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