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December 18, 2018

Do you like writing? Do you want to have your voice heard? Then the Palmer Paw Print is the class for you. In Paw Print, you have almost unlimited control over what you write: if there is a movie you want to review, an incident you want to cover, or an issue you want to debate, you can do so through your writing on Paw Print. Applications, found on Apply_Paw Print here, are a critical component...

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Zombie Deer: Fact or Fiction?
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Claudia Tegtman, Staff Writer | March 1, 2019

The Black Death caused a panic throughout Europe and Asia when 12 ships arrived from the Black Sea to the Sicilian port of Messina in the year of 1347. Although many people rumored a plague to be in their midst, it wasn’t any actual concern until it was gruesomely discovered that almost every single person on the ships was either sick or dead. This plague proved to be very effective in its job as...

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How to Stay Safe at Concerts

Claudia Tegtman, Staff Writer | February 27, 2019

There are many dangers of going to concerts but if you stay safe they can be really fun.When some of the dangers are said they can seem very scary but, when they are known the risk of it happening is slim to none.. The dangers many include being robbed, being dehydrated, drugs, human trafficking and being kidnapped. Being robbed is one of the most common crimes to take place at a concert. Almost...

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The Paradox of Paradoxes

Abigail McCoy, Secretary | November 14, 2018

There are many types of paradoxes in this world, which are directly defined as “a tenet contrary to the received opinion”, by the Merriam-Webster dictionary. In today's society paradoxes and dilemmas are less common than they were in ancient times but it is still an interesting topic to cover. Many are confusing and technical but some really are food for thought in the world of philosophy. Temporal...

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How to Care for a Stray Cat

Abigail McCoy, Secretary | November 7, 2018

Winter is approaching and the stray cats often seen during the summer and fall are going to need some proper care. Some cats are not strays but just outdoor cats that like to roam the surrounding area close to home. If you keep coming across a cat and you are worried as to whether or not they have an owner, then there are certain measures you can take in order to help the possible stray. Put a...

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Massive Galaxy’s Edge News Haul

Nicholas Silva, Layout Editor | March 7, 2019

At an event over the weekend, Disney has finally lifted the lid on many of its secretive new park’s mysteries. Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge has been in the works since Disney acquired the Star Wars license, and it is finally nearing completion. The parks (one in Disneyland California, and another that is practically a small city off of Hollywood Studios in Disney World, Orlando) will open as soon as...

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Has Supernatural been on for too long?

Autumn Harnois, Staff Writer | March 7, 2019

Many TV shows have been aired for a very long time, and some aren’t aired for long enough. There are hundreds of shows in existence and many of them have hundreds of episodes, so binge watching takes up a lot of time. But how long is “too” long? The longest running TV show in history is Gunsmoke which ran for a solid 20 years, but it will soon be surpassed by The Simpsons. Another TV show...

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