The nine circles of scheduling hell

By: Sarah Hudes Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy tells the story of Dante’s journey through hell, where he must pass through its nine different circles. 1st Circle of Hell: Summer It is 4:32 PM on August 26th, and it is your first time logging onto Genesis since late June.  An intense rush of vehement hatred comes …

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Lost and found: Catching up with Doug Eadie, post-retirement

When people retire, they have many activities with which to fill their newly empty calendars—golf, painting, traveling, selling ribbons to children on playgrounds. But sometimes, they’re too invested in their previous careers to make the adjustment. Sometimes, it all just becomes too much for them—life without the work they loved becomes life without meaning, and …

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Clint Eastwood to produce, direct, write and star in biopic

Actor/director/renaissance man Clint Eastwood, compelled by the infuriating Oscar snub of what he calls “indisputably the greatest film ever made,” American Sniper, has now embarked on an even more ambitious project, with an even more impressive subject: himself. “It all went down like this: I thought, if that damn communist Abe Lincolnlogs got a three-hour …

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A Modest Proposal: for realizing the truth about God, wrecking all previous beliefs, and leading the climb toward the future

There are a lot of religions in this world, and each religion has a different view on the big G-O-D. Indians believe in a ton of Gods, like this four-faced one I saw in my friend’s house once. She’s weird and puts Christmas lights up really early. Jews and Christians believe in one God, while …

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The sad tale of the student who survived senioritis

“Senioritis: (noun.) A crippling disease that strikes high school students. Symptoms include: laziness, an over-excessive wearing of track pants, old athletic shirts, sweatpants, athletic shorts, and sweatshirts. Also features a lack of studying, repeated absences, and a generally dismissive attitude” (UrbanDictionary.com). This disease has affected nearly every senior, spreading through the grade like the Black …

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Mr. Buggé cancels spring vacation to make up for lost class time

Greg Buggé, the AP US History teacher, has decided to cancel spring break in order to accommodate his sprawling curriculum. Due to the proliferation of No Homework nights, Buggé has found it difficult to cover all the material set to be assessed on the AP test in May. “The No Homework nights are impeding the …

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