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2016 GOP Presidential Election

Here’s the simplified summary of the 2016 GOP race: Donald Trump still holds a commanding 23% lead over the GOP candidates, ...
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SHAKER FOOTBALL 5-0 HALFWAY THROUGH REGULAR SEASON 

Bison start the season off (5-0) overall, (3-0) Liberty Division to lead the division The Shaker Varsity Football Team had goals ...
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Keeping the Spirit Alive with ‘65, 50 Years Later

Half a century is a long time - in 1965, U.S. troops landed in Vietnam, Lyndon Johnson was inaugurated after his ...
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September

On October 2 at 8:30 PM, if you came to school, you would hear some awesome music coming from through the ...
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A Historic Visit to the United States

“A little bit of mercy makes the world less cold and more just.”- His Holiness Pope Francis The visit of Pope Francis ...
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The iPhone 6s: An Upgrade to an Already Great Phone

Apple has finally released the iPhone 6s, and it has surpassed the expectations of many. With 3D touch, this smartphone's screen ...
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The Craze for Dystopian and Post-Apocalyptic Literature and Film

It’s back. The return of the popular trilogy by Suzanne Collins is due to hit the big screen November 30th, 2015 ...
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Water on Mars

Notable figures, such as Elon Musk - the founder of Tesla and SpaceX - spoke out that the deteriorating health of ...
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Syrian Refugee Crisis

Since the outbreak of the Syrian Civil War in March of 2011, many Syrian civilians have fled out of their home ...
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Sunscreen in Winter

Skin Cancer Awareness month may be the month of May, but with skin cancer being the most common form of cancer in the ...
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How Late-Night Variety Shows Effect Candidates

In many ways it is the beginning of a new era for the late-night TV show line-up. Between Stephen Colbert leaving ...
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Faculty Changes

Shaker High School has always been as a school not only defined by its students and academics, but by its faculty ...
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New York’s Education Commissioner becomes U.S. Secretary of Education

Dr. John B. King, Jr. will begin serving as acting Secretary of Education when incumbent Arne Duncan steps down in December ...
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The End of Paper Assignments?

The start of school is always the same general affair. Supply lists usually consist of notebooks, binders, and folders of various ...
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The Morals of Television

Nothing reminds me more of summer vacation than walking down the stairs of my basement with my sister, one responsible for ...
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Feminism Today

Feminism - it’s a word you see scrawled across magazine covers or on t shirts, and is probably one of the ...
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Android Wear; End of Apple Watch

Recently, Apple has released the Apple Watch. Customers who use Apple products are now able to pair up their devices with ...
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