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Gaming Club held its first tournament

Tamia Knight, Reporter

October 14, 2019

Gaming club held its first school-wide video tournament last Friday after school in A2. The event is a monthly fundraiser where both club members and non-members pay $1 to play. Friday's event raised $60. “I think it went really well, we had a lot of fun,” club adviser Mary Stoner said. ¨ If this continues we could buy ...

KIMBERLY SOM: Hard work pays off

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Unfair levels in high school competition

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Good intentions fall short of actually being good

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Learning languages aids communications skills

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