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Harvard: something more about the most elite university in the United States

Tommaso Mensi, Staff Writer | March 20, 2023

Where is Harvard? Harvard is among the best universities in the United States and the world. This university is in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Cambridge has a population of almost 118,000 people. It has a lot of cultural attractions, such as the campuses of universities and museums. This city is one of the wealthiest in New England and the United States. Cambridge is also home to MIT, as...

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Robert Velasco, Staff Writer | March 20, 2023

Why do random people go professional in competitive video games? This phenomenon isn’t random. Certain people are more likely to be able to get good at video games, but who falls into this group? There are many factors contributing to a person's ability to improve at games. There are even more factors that affect how fast you can improve. One of the main factors that contribute to improvement in...

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How necessary is a college education?

Claire Vainavicz, Staff Writer | March 20, 2023

Why college?   College, College, College. That’s all we hear about these days. Where are you going to college? What are you going to study? We never get told why college. College is a great opportunity. It has many pros and cons as everything does. One major pro is that if you are unsure of what you want, college can help you find the right path. There are many opportunities in college...

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The best human foods for dogs

Clara Tuinman, Staff Writer | March 20, 2023

Who should know this? All dog owners must know what foods their dogs can have and what they cannot. Many foods humans love could cause huge amounts of damage to your pup, for example, chocolate. The AKC, American Kennel Club, stated that, “A large amount [of chocolate] can cause seizures, irregular heart function, and even death." Most owners are aware that dogs cannot have chocolate but, most do...

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High School NIL explained

Jessie Stickler, Staff Writer | March 20, 2023

What is the NIL? NIL: name, image, likeness. Lots of professionals and some college athletes use the NIL. Now, high-school students may also be eligible for it in some states. In an article published by Pete Nakos, a writer for On3, he explains some of the pieces of the NIL. Players profit from their athletic accomplishments and their off-field brand. Nakos stated, “Players can profit off endorsements,...

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Should the NCAA expand the College Football Playoffs?

Jorin Weeldreyer, Staff Writer | April 13, 2022

For a very long time, college football fans have been starving for more football. Not only more, but higher quality football. When faced with the issue, the first thing to come to mind is expanding the playoffs. But what does that look like and is it the right thing to do?   In February, the NCAA voted not to expand the playoffs. The NCAA would have increased the number of teams to 12. This ...

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Winning tactics for mental and physical health

Noah DeVries , Staff Writer | April 13, 2022

How effective is an extracurricular activity or hobby on mental and physical health? Many high schoolers don’t take part in any extracurricular activities. There are so many activities out there for everyone of all ages, shapes, and sizes. Whether it’s all year round, after school, or in a certain season, there are many events to choose from. Extracurricular activities allow students to release...

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Teachers assign too much homework

Aiden Dao, Staff Writer | April 13, 2022

As time goes on, teachers in school are giving out more and more homework to students of all ages. Students are becoming stressed because of homework. Homework is also causing students to have less time to spend with their friends and family. The worst part of this is that homework does not even help with raising a student’s GPA. To benefit current students and all future students, there should...

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Are gaming apps that encourage activity good for our society?

Dylan Bloem, Staff Writer | April 13, 2022

There have been many apps that are available to the public that encourages activity. The list includes, but is not limited to Pokemon Go, Minecraft Earth, and geocaching.   There are many reasons why people do and do not support these apps. In the next few paragraphs, these apps that encourage activity are good for our society.   Gaming apps that encourage activity are great for...

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Police within the Community

Avery Arp, Staff Writer | April 13, 2022

Police Offices all over America are being put in the spotlight, not for the good they have done, but for the bad. All you see in the news is all the bad officers have done and a little amount of the good. That's what the news wants you to hear. The news enlarges the situation with bad officers. This makes it seem like all officers are bad when in reality they aren’t. All the bad cops have ruined...

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High School NIL explained

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Jenison High School Men’s Volleyball Club

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Game on!

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