Archive for March, 2010

Organ donation myths busted

Organ donation myths busted

Posted on 31. Mar, 2010 by admin.

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Common misconceptions of organ donation are struck down with facts

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Damsels in Distress

Damsels in Distress

Posted on 31. Mar, 2010 by admin.

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Seniors plan ahead with self-defense skills needed for college campuses
Zoey Whitmeyer ‘10
The Center for Public Integrity Investigation found that one in every five women who attends college becomes a victim of rape or attempted rape by the time she graduates. For UA parent Kate Minor, this is an alarming statistic. Her daughter will attend college [...]

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Scorsese sparks a thrill

Scorsese sparks a thrill

Posted on 31. Mar, 2010 by admin.

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By Bo Fisher
Celebrated director offers new genre of film, intriguing viewers
After four years of keeping fans on edge, anticipating his next big film, director Martin Scorsese has returned and delivered. Scorsese has teamed up with Leonardo DiCaprio for the fourth time this decade to produce another instant hit. However this time around, the duo is [...]

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The Rafiki Arts Festival

The Rafiki Arts Festival

Posted on 18. Mar, 2010 by admin.

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Seniors’ Capstone project to benefit orphanage in Africa
alisongilbert ’11
With graduation in the near future, many seniors find themselves frantically finishing their Capstone project. But for 10 students, Capstone has taken on a whole new meaning—one of not only local, but also global responsibility.
Seniors Margaret Wunderlich, Joe Biederman and Julia Schechter are three of 10 students [...]

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Meaningful Missions

Meaningful Missions

Posted on 17. Mar, 2010 by admin.

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Four seniors donate their time and energy to help those less fortunate

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Kickin’ It Live March 16, 2010

Kickin’ It Live March 16, 2010

Posted on 16. Mar, 2010 by admin.

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Watch the Kickin’ It Live crew in their March 16, 2010 episode

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Arlingtonian March Madness Bracket

Arlingtonian March Madness Bracket

Posted on 15. Mar, 2010 by admin.

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Fill out your bracket here!

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March Photo Gallery

Posted on 15. Mar, 2010 by admin.

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A collection of photos from the March issue of Arlingtonian

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UA students rock West Side Story

UA students rock West Side Story

Posted on 13. Mar, 2010 by admin.

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A collection of photos from the UAHS Winter Musical West Side Story

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Amping up the arts

Amping up the arts

Posted on 13. Mar, 2010 by admin.

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Variety of new classes augment course offerings for 2010-11 school year
maria paskell ‘11
As next school year approaches, schedules are a popular topic. With new classes being added to the upcoming 2010-11 school year, this not only brings excitement, but some questions as to how this will work.
According to the UAHS Program of Studies, the [...]

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Snow Day Sayonara

Snow Day Sayonara

Posted on 12. Mar, 2010 by admin.

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Governor Strickland’s plan calls for an end to calamity days, causing students to make up the days they miss
maria paskell ‘11
Freshman Margaux Aschinger wakes up, looks at the clock and realizes it is way past 8:05 a.m. After a bit of confusion, she goes to ask her mom why she didn’t wake her up for [...]

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A helping hand for Haiti

A helping hand for Haiti

Posted on 03. Mar, 2010 by admin.

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Students, teachers work together to raise funds for country stricken with crisis
maria paskell ‘11
January 12 was the day that forever changed Haiti. The country experienced a 7.0 Richter scale earthquake leaving the country in disarray. Haitians were left without food, water or shelter until relief efforts reached the country five days after the quake. [...]

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Internet enemies

Internet enemies

Posted on 03. Mar, 2010 by admin.

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Teens’ use of  Web to bully others leaves students perplexed
By Marisa Patwa
When senior Audrey Plant discovered a cruel blog post made about her by a fellow classmate, she was shocked. The blog criticized her Filipino skin as “orange,” among other things. She had read cases about cyberbullying and had seen movies featuring it, but never did [...]

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