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Cheating to get into the college ‘side door’

Cheating to get into the college ‘side door’

By Lillie Zate, Features editor

April 22, 2019

Over the past month, schools across the nation have been sending out their acceptance decisions, leaving most people, specifically high school seniors, on edge. To make the anxiety even worse, federal prosecutors criminally charged 50 people on March 12 for paying bribes, conspiring to cheat on standard...

Down to the wire

Down to the wire

By Coretta Granberry, Co-editor

November 8, 2016

As polls opened across the country today, a number of pundits were forecasting that Democrat Hillary Clinton already had a big enough advantage in states to win at least 270 electoral votes, the threshold needed for victory, but this is not to say Donald J. Trump cannot win. In terms of national po...

Candidates face off in record-setting debate

Candidates face off in record-setting debate

By Coretta Granberry, Senior writer

September 30, 2016

On Monday night, presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump went head-to-head in their first debate, an important milestone in a campaign that culminates in little more than a month but that has seemingly gone on forever. According to preliminary figures reported by CNN, more than...

Students banned from graduation for behavior

Students banned from graduation for behavior

By Kassie Peloso and Steven Richardson

June 10, 2016

Four AMSA students were barred from graduation ceremonies on Sunday after school administrators were shown video of them at a party engaging in underage drinking and/or bullying behavior aimed at a fellow senior. On May 28, AMSA parents were sent a letter through email from Executive Director Dr....

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