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HOTSPOT: Younglife cures Monday blues

Diana Dellecese managing editor    With every Friday comes elation over the fact that school is done for the week, but also an underlying sense of impending doom. On Saturday it becomes even stronger, and on Sunday that’s when the reality of it hits: tomorrow is Monday.    Mondays bring an end to fun nights, days of lazing about and sleeping in late. While … Continue reading

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Take over Twitter using tweeting etiquette

Olivia Mahanor staff writer Twitter defines itself as a way to communicate and stay connected with friends, family and co-workers. Twitter has shoved Facebook out of the limelight. While anything “new” may be intimidating, staying connected and communicating through Twitter is simple. You basically answer one simple question:”What are you doing?” in 160 characters or … Continue reading

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Quiles gets unexpected welcome

Jessica Shrinsky staff writer “Are you sure you can handle all of my weird-ass experiences?”    With her Monroe beauty-mark piercing and rebellious attitude, junior Katie Quiles is a girl who looks like she can handle just about anything. But nobody can handle seeing a dead body.    “It was my first day (at Booker High School) and this girl hanged herself in the bathroom.” … Continue reading