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Split Brings Twists and Turns

One man, one movie, 23 different personalities. Three girls get kidnapped by a man and try to escape before seeing his final, latent and threatening personality. Kevin, the main character, has been identified to have split personalities by his psychiatrist, Dr. Fletcher, who has also discovered he has one more unidentified …

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Han-Lin’s Mastery of Conversation

The English language, with colloquial contractions, plural compound nouns, and non-finite verb complements are a challenge to native speakers, and prove to be even more of a trial for people learning English. In school, we learn how to master other foreign languages such as Spanish, Tagalog, and French, but this …

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PUSD Passes “Safe Haven” Resolution

Tuesday, March 21, 2017, the Poway Unified School District passed in a 4 to 1 vote a “Safe Haven” resolution affirming that school campuses will be free from immigration enforcement, guaranteeing a safe environment for all students regardless of immigration status. The Board began discussing this issue in January, spurred …

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Maggie Rogers: A Simple Rarity

Maggie Rogers is a banjo-loving breed of an ethereal beat baby and a 70’s folksy fringe Woodstock attendee. She graced the stage, or should I say pulpit, of the Irenic in North Park this past Monday. Set in a reconstructed church, the narrow room with a high ceiling and stained …

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Foreign Smell Terrorizes Science Building

The science buildings here at MC are among the most prestigious and well-kept on campus. Housing such toxic and volatile chemicals, and equipment worth thousands of dollars, the PUSD Board prioritizes the building itself, keeping it in tip top shape. So when a foreign smell began to permeate the building, …

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The Cheating Culture

In the classroom when a teacher calls for homework to be collected, the feverish shuffling of papers fills the room, along with whispering of panicked students asking to see a completed paper. If you were to look at the average high schooler’s camera roll on their phone, half of it …

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