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    How To: Throw a Zoom party

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    RC Update Episode #1 – Quinn Pogge and Andrew Dupper

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    Five Stars for Five Guys Shakes

  • Julia McDonald

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    Dare and Donate, Share and Shine

  • After attending a spin class at Cycle Bar Lone Tree, a collection of students and faculty pose outside the bike studio March 2. French National Honor Society sponsored the spin class as a way to raise money for Wish Week. Bikes were $25 a person and FNHS raised $550 from the 45-minute class.

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    The Day in Photos: A Wish Weekend

  • Lilliya Larson

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    Dare To Share True or False

  • Sophomores Emma Renard and Hailey Poppler fold shirts to be packaged for Wish Kit sales. Student Council ordered about 2,600 shirts so the whole student body has a chance to buy a shirt. "It supports the Wish Kid... Everyone gets one, it

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    Council Crazies

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    Flashback in the New Year

  • The cast of Newsies rehearses after school in the auditorium Feb. 20. The cast, crew, and pit members have been working since the end of December to put the production together. “I play the part of Joseph Pulitzer and it’s fun being a part of a family.” Lily Schmoker

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    Newsies the Musical

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    You’ve Met Your Match

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Pre-Wish Week Issue of the Rock

The second issue of the Rock in the 2019-2020 school year. The issue came out just after the Opening Assembly for Wish Week, Feb. 21, 2020. It introduces the 2020 Wish Kid, Fabian, a ten year-old with hypoplastic left heart syndrome and plastic bronchitis who wishes to go to LEGOLAND.

The U.S. Territories (and Districts) and Statehood

by Grace Uhrain, Reporter | February 24, 2021

Imagine belonging to a country but not being able to vote. Imagine feeling as if you have no representation in your government. Nov. 3, thousands in Puerto Rico, Washington D.C., and other territories either mailed ballots in or stood on poll lines and hoped their votes would make a change for their community. Citizens of U.S. territories cannot vote in general United States elections. In U.S. politics,...

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Flipping Chips: How Poker has Become a Class of ‘21 Pastime

by Luka Owen, Reporter | February 17, 2021

Unfortunately, not much has gone according to plan for the senior year of the Class of 2021. The COVID-19 pandemic has stripped this year's senior class of many of high school’s most memorable moments and events.  However, not all has been lost for the Class of 2021, as the pandemic has forced students to adapt and step outside of their comfort zones to experience new things amidst a time of...

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