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Star Spotlight: Cadina Palelei

Star Spotlight: Cadina Palelei

by Maureen Burns and Helen Krause

March 6, 2017


Filed under features, star spotlight

Freshman Cadina Palelei talks about her family memories from her dad's time growing up on the island of Samui.

Star Spotlight: Faith Palausky

Star Spotlight: Faith Palausky

by Gabby Staker and Megan Baker

February 9, 2017


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Junior Faith Palausky fosters puppies and kittens from Wayside Waifs with the support of her parents.

Paraprofessionals, peer mentors and trailblazing: An exploration of area Special Education programs

Paraprofessionals, peer mentors and trailblazing: An exploration of area Special Education programs

by Linden O'Brien-Williams, Alex Davis, Julia Kerrigan, and Cassie Hayes

February 3, 2017


Filed under cover story, features

The Dart examines and compares special needs education programs around the area within public schools and private schools.

Stealing a glance into shoplifting

Stealing a glance into shoplifting

by Zoe Butler, Claire Molloy, Anna Louise Sih, and Kate Jones

December 18, 2016


Filed under cover story, features

With shoplifting becoming more of a trend among teenagers, the Dart looks at the causes and effects of everyone involved.

Opting for an uncommon commute

Opting for an uncommon commute

by Julia Kerrigan and Alex Davis

December 16, 2016


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Students and teachers take alternate forms of transportation out of necessity or enjoyment.

Celebrating the sisterhood: room D302

Celebrating the sisterhood: room D302

by Alex Frisch, Paige Powell, and Julia Kerrigan

December 11, 2016


Filed under features

The Blake advisory celebrates sisterhood inside and outside the classroom.

Discussing #BlackLivesMatter

Discussing #BlackLivesMatter

by Alex Davis, Margaux Renee, Kate Jones, and Cassie Hayes

December 9, 2016


Filed under cover story, features

#BlackLivesMatter is a pro-black lives movement that advocates for dignity, justice and respect. Since their emergence through social media, the movement has grown to be a global discussion of being black in America.

Former teachers: Where are they now?

Former teachers: Where are they now?

by Anne Claire Tangen and Cassie Hayes

December 9, 2016


Filed under features

Find out what your favorite former teachers have been up to.

Star Spotlight: Nicole Maus

Star Spotlight: Nicole Maus

by Gwyn Doran and Cassie Hayes

December 9, 2016


Filed under features, star spotlight

From one Academy to another, senior Nicole Maus is currently training and applying to Army, Navy and Air Force schools.

Small classes at STA have a huge impact

Small classes at STA have a huge impact

by Gwyn Doran and Cassie Hayes

November 17, 2016


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Classes with smaller student teacher ratios form tight communities.

Star Spotlight: Olivia Robertson and Talia Parra

Star Spotlight: Olivia Robertson and Talia Parra

by Annabelle Meloy and Gabby Martinez

November 12, 2016


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Talia Parra and Olivia Robertson have taken karate for eight years and can finally say they are black belts.

Stores offer discounts with student IDs

Stores offer discounts with student IDs

by Claire Molloy and Sophie Sakoulas

November 11, 2016


Filed under features

These stores offer discounts with a high school ID card.