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Lorrie Lynn: Is Taylor Swift a vitamin or toxin?

Lorrie Lynn

March 19, 2013

Filed under Columns

In middle school I loved Taylor Swift. I knew all of the words to her songs by heart and can still recite a lot of them. I’ve even bought (er, downloaded) quite a few of her songs in high school because I have to admit that...

Ella Svete: “Alianza” time means party time

Ella Svete

March 15, 2013

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My school here in Talca, Chile is called Colegio de la Salle and is about to celebrate its anniversary. It is one of the oldest schools in Chile so celebrating it is a big deal. We have a whole week to have parties and play ...

Erin Maidman: Bound for ice-cold Alaska

Erin Maidman

March 15, 2013

Filed under Columns

When I think of Alaska, first I picture a king crab and Sarah Palin. Every Discovery Channel show on Alaska rushes through my brain, and I imagine 100-mile-long expanses of untouched Alaskan tundra with nothing but a few random tr...

Bryn Gallagher: On airports

Bryn Gallagher

March 11, 2013

Filed under Columns, Uncategorized

Part of being a college-bound ballerina is auditioning for dance programs at schools. This means taking a class at the college of your choice and having your technique evaluated. It's an interview for dancers, so to speak. Th...

Lorrie Lynn: Q&A on the female psyche

Lorrie Lynn

March 9, 2013

Filed under Columns

Recently I asked a couple guy friends to share with me some of their unanswered questions about girls, why they do the things they do and why they think the way they think. Many of these were reoccurring and seemed appropriate...

Chris Hanna: The waiting game

Rachel Crane

March 7, 2013

Filed under Columns, Uncategorized

You’ve just received your class schedule for your senior year of Foothill Technology High School and proceed through the line and you see your friends at the end. You want to go up and talk about the crazy trip you took last su...

Ella Svete: Getting off the Chilean roller coaster

Ella Svete

March 7, 2013

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I have three months left here in Chile, and they're going by fast. It’s as if my rollercoaster ride just passed its climax and it’s rushing down to an abrupt finish.I feel as if I am ready for it to be over. Although I know th...

Erin Maidman: The Perfect Powder Day

Erin Maidman

March 5, 2013

Filed under Columns

Every season, there is that one perfect day on the hill; the day when the snow is falling (but never too hard), the wind is cold (but just cold enough to be comfortable), and the powder is deep (but always light and fluffy). An...

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