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The Purple Tide

Students voice their opinions on their jobs

Alida D'Souza, staff writer

October 1, 2015

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Getting a job while in high school isn’t always an easy process, but it is one that is both beneficial and engaging. Several students look for a way to earn money during their high school years. Senior Chloe Pantophlet works at Bagel Budd...

Teachers share life lessons that impact students after the test

Joey Durkin and Brynn Feighery, assistant business manager and assistant opinions editor

June 8, 2015

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Social Studies teacher Joe Clement Social studies teacher Joe Clement gives his students a weekly message because he cares about their wellbeing. Each Friday he encourages his students to make the right choices for themselves...

Band of brothers

Band of brothers

April 30, 2015

Q&A with Obscure Club Sponors

Joey Durkin, Assistant Business Manager

March 26, 2015

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Many clubs in the school are widely known. There are, however, more clubs beneath the mainstream surface; such as the Origami Club, Equestrian Interest Club, and Bhangra Club. The niche that these clubs occupy is small, making...

Runs in the Family

Sudharshana Krishnan, Assistant Arts & Style Editor

February 26, 2015

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Painting, pizza, landscaping, autobody, and tex-mex make up the multitude of unique family businesses that students are involved in. Although many students have different feelings towards their families businesses, they also help...

Touched by the world

Brynn Feighery, Assistant Opinions Editor

January 16, 2015

Filed under Features, Uncategorized

Oskar Skrzeszewski- 10 Poland TPT: How long did you live in Poland? Skrzeszewski: I was born in Poland and I lived there until I was about six. My entire family family lives in Poland, and they come to visit me and my family...

Got Talent?

Got Talent?

December 4, 2014

A Deeper Meaning to No Shave November

Joey Durkin, Business Team Member

December 4, 2014

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No Shave November is more than just an excuse for men to let their facial hair grow rampant. It is used for many causes and charities, such as cancer awareness. Men are encouraged to grow their facial hair during the month of...

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