Tag Archives: high school

Little Wound students present the “Heart of All Oral History Project”

Over the past two years, dozens of students from Little Wound High School on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation have led the creation of a seven-part audio series focusing on Lakota oral history and storytelling. This nearly 10 hour project includes origin stories, words of encouragement for future generations, and …

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Joni James, 91, heartfelt 1950s singer, dies

Joni James, a successful singer whose records climbed the Billboard charts in the 1950s and who was an early influence on Barbra Streisand, died Feb. 20 in West Palm Beach, Florida. She was 91 years old. His family announced the death, at a hospital, in an online obituary. No cause …

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Hiland students lend their voices to All-State Choir performance in Cleveland

BERLIN — When a trio of students from the Hiland Choir auditioned for the Ohio All-State Choir last spring, they had no idea what they were getting into. And after an electrifying performance at Cleveland’s Huntington Convention Center to wrap up the Ohio Music Education Association’s 2022 Professional Development Conference …

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‘It was so hard. It was really sad to be alone’: This Colorado teenager put his feelings about the pandemic to song

“I get up, I go down. Every day the same old sound. I wish I could run. From here and now.” Life at home, on a screen, with only your parents for company, quickly became monotonous for many teenagers. “Yeah, I cleaned my room, I did stuff that normal teenagers …

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Controversy: Who is Joe Rogan, why does Spotify love him?

Joe Rogan is featured on his website as a “stand-up comedian, mixed martial arts fanatic, psychedelic adventurer, host of The Joe Rogan Experience podcast”. It was the last of these that really made his name, and for many audiences, made the medium of podcasting too much. An estimated …

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Sydney Sweeney’s acne-prone skincare routine involves mixing her cleanser with an exfoliator

Photo credit: Getty/Jeff Kravitz “Hearst Magazines and Yahoo may earn commissions or revenue on certain articles via the links below.” In recent years, Sydney Sweeney has captured many of us as the star of acclaimed series like HBO. Euphoria and The White Lotusbut even being one of our favorite Gen …

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SCUSD moves to fire Kit Carson, teacher who used N-Word – CBS Sacramento

SCUSD’s New Race and Equity Liaison Talks District’s Decision to Fire Teacher for Using N-WordSeven months after CBS13 broke the story, the school district decided to fire the Kit Carson Academy teacher — but what took so long? 43 minutes ago Community mourns one in rising number of officer deaths …

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UCO appoints Fall 2021 class commissioners

The University of Central Oklahoma has appointed five students as class trustees for their respective colleges for the fall semester of 2021. Students obtain the title of class marshal for having obtained the best academic results within their colleges during their stay at the UCO. Katelynn Patton Gauvin, major in …

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Covid: Fear crisis over teacher absences and the lack of supply

Schools face a staffing crisis as absences and a reduced reserve increase the risk of students being sent home. It comes amid growing fears of a significant increase in Covid infections driven by the Omicron variant and social mixing during the holiday season. Students should start returning to class from …

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911 call issued by Detroit police about the Oxford high school shooting

An audio recording of 911 obtained on Thursday describes the urgent call from a man who said he located the mother of the Oxford High shooting suspect as police searched for her and her husband. “The shooter’s parents running away, they’re here,” a man’s voice heard over the audio clip …

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After 25 Years of Change, Warehouse 21 Still Leading Santa Fe Teens to the Arts | Local news

Ali Marin was in his freshman year of high school when she first stumbled upon Warehouse 21. The arts and culture center near the Railyard in downtown Santa Fe had a state-of-the-art recording studio. technology, and she said she knew she would spend her teenage years practicing it. “It was …

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James and Jennifer Crumbley arrested in Detroit after car discovered

James and Jennifer Crumbley, the parents of the teenager indicted in the Oxford high school shooting, were located and arrested early Saturday in Detroit after a citizen saw their vehicle and called police. “Yes, they’re both in custody and will be on their way to Oakland County Jail soon,” Oakland …

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First Nations artist shares Tsimshian versions of Pokemon

Learn about this mix of Japanese video game characters and the design work of local First Nations. Chase Gray had been interested in art since high school, but hadn’t pursued it too seriously until early 2021. When his hands started causing trouble in crochet, he turned to digital art. Gray, …

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News Spotlight – Home of Spot 518

Glass Pony’s latest clip is a trippy waltz through the park By MICHAEL HALLISEY[email protected] glass Pony has an album coming up, but no date has been set for its release yet. Nonetheless, the four musicians of the psychedelic groove circus captured scenes in Greg Pittz’s hometown of Delmar and produced …

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From the West to the City of Music | New

Prairie Wildfire’s latest single – the song that debuted at No. 12 and went up to No. 8 on internet radio station Bluegrass Jamboree – was written by a 12-year-old and another 14-year-old at inside a very covered basement. Buffalo natives Sage Palser and Tessa Taylor, who make up two-thirds …

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Mix things up: paint today

Matthieu Krishanu, Two boys (church tower, 2020, oil on canvas, 45 x 35 cm © Matthew Krishanu (2021). Photo: Peter Mallet Mix things up: paint today is the Hayward Gallery’s great fall exhibition bringing together 31 contemporary painters whose work draws freely from various image sources, techniques and traditions to …

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Westcoast Black Theater Troupe Awards Scholarships

The Westcoast Black Theater Troupe is proud to announce that it has, for the third consecutive year, awarded WBTT Artist Development Fellowships to deserving students. Last year, six emerging artists received $ 2,000 scholarships for studies in a college or conservatory program in performing arts or arts management for the …

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Corpus Christi FC mixing players from all over the world

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – In 2021, the Corpus Christi FC Sharks are on a mission after losing their 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “We have worked hard,” said midfielder Deni Cresto. “We are an ambitious team and we are trying to take the first place.” The Sharks have …

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LEE WARD: Mixing nerds and jocks | New

All the “Jeopardy! Nerds were saddened by the loss of game show host Alex Trebek last year. Now testing for a new host is underway. The game show is fun. When I get a good question, I mentally strut around the room like a banty rooster. When I’m wrong, I’m …

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Building the tools for a successful transition

Editor’s Note: The Underground Workshop is an open platform for student journalism from across Vermont. We accept submissions from high school and college students on an ongoing basis. For more information, please email Ben Heintz, Workshop Editor-in-Chief, at [email protected] Chittenden Regional Correctional Institution by Aspen Dobbins, Champlain College Heather Newcomb …

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Fighting COVID with Air Filters – Monterey Herald

PACIFIC GROVE – The era of clean air is upon us. Air quality has never been as scrutinized as it was during the COVID-19 pandemic. “People have new expectations for the air they breathe,” said Bill Hayward, whose family has owned Hayward Lumber for over a century. “The truth is, …

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Schalick’s Laury and Coleman mix up last year’s milestones

PITTSGROVE – In addition to sidelining players for an entire season last spring, the COVID-19 pandemic took an opportunity for many hitters chasing a milestone in softball. Hundred hits has always been one of the benchmarks for elite hitters. Reaching the milestone of the century in a four-year school career …

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The Iowan Daily | Hawkeye to remember: Laulauga Tausaga nears end of record breaking career with Iowa track and field

Eighteen days after the rest of the 2020 season was abruptly canceled, Tausaga and other track athletes across the country have received positive news. The NCAA granted all spring sports athletes an additional season of eligibility (Iowa pitcher Allison Wahrman petitioned for this cause, which received over 330,000 digital signatures), …

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The Tomah family builds the legacy of nursing

TOMAH, Wis. (WEAU) – Nursing continues to play an important role in healthcare, and for Linsey and Jaylin Rezin the profession belongs in family. National Nurses Week comes to an end, honoring nurses across the country for their tireless work. It’s a job Linsey Rezin knows all too well, as …

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Wyoming High School Football Scoreboard: April 6-10, 2021

The high school boys’ football schedule has more games on the slate in week 4. Schools have returned from spring break, and with a vacation weekend behind us, the push to the state tournament in mid-May is now starting. Here are the matches scheduled for this week. Times are subject …

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