Meet Caitlin Moore, valedictorian

“White noise. It was like the feeling of winning a medal at a track meet. It feels amazing to get something I have worked so hard for,” said Kaitlin Moore after she learned she was named valedictorian. Once a young girl in New Zealand, Kaitlin has now secured the coveted ...

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Sexual assaults on college campuses must be stopped


What do universities such as Harvard, Princeton, Dartmouth, and Yale have in common? Besides the fact that they are all prestigious, they are also among the 55 institutions being investigated by the U.S Department of Education for their failure to handle sexual assault cases on their campuses. Sexual assault happens ...

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Cracking down on lateness and attendance

Ridley High School has put a new policy in place in order to decrease the amount of absences and latenesses. Penalties have now been put in place so students will hopefully attend school on time as much as possible. If a student is absent or late five times, a letter will be ...

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Former Snowboarder Making a Difference


A former Winter X-Games gold medal snowboarder is using his severe injury to help educate people about head injuries. Kevin Pearce recently established the Love Your Brain campaign. The campaign is aimed towards those who suffer from traumatic brain injuries. Moreover, the campaign helps people with Down Syndrome, in honor ...

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