It’s still my word: Learning from the past, looking towards the future

February 14, 2008

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  I feel old. Granted, I know I’m not. Within the context of my parents or grandparents, 17 seems quite young. But when I look back at the past three years of high school, and all of the things I’ve been through and learned... yeah... Read More »...

Working at a restaurant teaches life lessons

February 12, 2008

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Everyone should work in a restaurant at least one time in his or her life. I feel people look down on servers, bussers, cooks, and hostesses because when it’s mentioned that a person works at a restaurant they usually get a negative reaction. Other people make restaurant employees feel inferior because they assume our job is so easy, but it’s re...

Shewmaker’s love for coffee turns into obsession

January 17, 2008

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    To coffee connoisseurs and beverage experts, coffee is classified under a sweet, not bitter, drink. It is said to have over 900 "flavor compounds" and can be one of the greatest things to hit your tongue. If it's good. Read More »...

Morals can be found in strange places

December 13, 2007

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  It was the end of the third quarter at the Edward Jones Dome and the Rams were up by one point. The cheerleaders came out and the guys behind me clapped for them – I didn’t. Read More »...

A look in the past can turn a life around

November 15, 2007

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    “Hi, I am six. I am 4’3” tall, my hair is brown, my favorite color is pink, and my name is Princess Amy E-lizard-Beth Qualls.”    Obviously I’m not 4’ 3” tall, and I’m not royalty, but not too long ago, I thought I was.    About three Sundays ago, I spent hours looking through old photos in hopes of finding pictures for my seni...

People watching can lead to insight

October 14, 2007

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  I like to watch people. I know it sounds weird, but hear me out. Read More »

Students need to show more pride

August 9, 2007

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The PRIDE program was created to improve North’s learning atmosphere and community. It basically wants students to not trash our school, trash each other or trash ourselves. Read More »...

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