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Name: Johann Young
Date registered: September 2, 2014

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  1. Miller releases Everything’s Jake — November 29, 2017
  2. New security policies change old habits — November 6, 2017
  3. Wonder Woman generates optimism for new DCEU films — June 14, 2017
  4. GCM Film Festival showcases final film projects to the public — June 6, 2017
  5. HOA wiki removal rewards students in long term — March 29, 2017

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Nov 29 2017

Miller releases Everything’s Jake

English teacher Walter Miller debuted his third album, Everything’s Jake, with his band the WD Miller Band at the Epicure Cafe on Nov. 12. “I’ve spent the last eight years working on this CD and I’m very proud of it,” Miller said. His efforts with the album have not been without its struggles, and his …

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Nov 06 2017

New security policies change old habits

Administration explains reforms to Learn policy  With the start of the new year, the administration has set new security measures to ensure the safety of everyone in the school. Examples of these new security policies are the removal of a buzzer on Door Four and a new sign-out policy in the main office. These measures …

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Jun 14 2017

Wonder Woman generates optimism for new DCEU films

With the first three entries of the DC Extended Universe all having less than 60 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, Wonder Woman was Warner Brothers last hope to keep both critics and fans interested in their new franchise. Released on June 2, the highly anticipated entry into the DCEU stars Gal Gadot as Diana Prince, better …

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Jun 06 2017

GCM Film Festival showcases final film projects to the public

IB Film classes got the opportunity to present their films to the community through the IB Film Festival on May 19. The event premiered 16 movies from Marshall, Annandale and Robinson film classes, all from a variety of genres. This collaboration with other schools is a first for the film festival. “GCM Film Fest is …

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Mar 29 2017

HOA wiki removal rewards students in long term

The History of the Americas classes have recently stopped their use of wikis, a shared online studying tool, for their essential knowledge assessments, which has many frustrated. This frustration is ultimately because wikis were many people’s main form of study for the classes assessments. However, I don’t have a problem with the removal of these …

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Mar 10 2017

Orientation introduces IB

Student Services held its annual Freshmen Orientation on Feb 8 to introduce the class of 2021 to their high school career and the course requirements to follow an IB track. The event laid out every curricular and extracurricular activity with the hope of creating a welcoming atmosphere for prospective students. “Tonight is all about choosing …

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Mar 10 2017

Bag restriction combats drunk driving

The administration implemented a no bag policy for varsity football games, in order to prevent the possibility of illegal materials coming onto school grounds, in an attempt to stop drunk driving. This policy prevents anyone from being able to bring any opened containers or bags to the games because the games tend to have a …

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Jan 27 2017

Varsity boys basketball takes third in tournament

Winter break is a time for academics to hit the brakes, and athletics to take over. The boys varsity basketball team attended The Shootout by the Sea Tournament from Dec.19 to 21. “The tournament was a great opportunity for us to improve as a team and increase morale,” senior and varsity basketball player Peyton Lanier …

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Jan 27 2017

Assassin’s Creed film fails to break infamous movie curse

Game developer Ubisoft’s first Hollywood blockbuster Assassin’s Creed was released on Dec 23 to excited fans of the popular video game franchise of the same name. The movie follows Cal Lynch (Michael Fassbender), the descendant of the assassin Aguilar, and Dr. Sophia Rikkin (Marion Colitard), a scientist at Abstergo Industries. The main selling point of …

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Dec 01 2016

Theatre program produces play written by 2015 alumna

The theatre program produced class of 2015 graduate Liz Carlson’s adapted play, The Sea Cook: A Story For Girls. The cast had been preparing for the show as early as the first week of school and premiered on Oct. 13. “We [the theatre program] have 18 people in the cast,” junior Sonali Doshi said. “The …

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