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Painting by Abby Cox

The former tradition of painting parking spaces will return in the Fall of 2018 for seniors in the class of 2019.

Walkout Photo Story by Peighton Noel

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On Feb 14, 2018, 19 year old Nikolas Cruz entered Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Cruz killed 17 students and staff members.

Study Tools to Save A Grade by Kaitlyn Barber

Failing a class isn’t typically a thing to strive toward and is seen as awful by most. Borderline failing, however, can be seen as better or worse, depending on the student.

The Problems and Solutions to American Healthcare column by Avery Meyer

How best to provide healthcare to people continues to be vigorously debated between economists and politicians. Medicare for all, or a single payer healthcare system, is typically a democrat and liberal rallying point. They believe that the government should provide healthcare as a “human right,” to put it in Bernie Sander’s words.

Things to Do in Mooresville During the Summer by Kimmy Turley

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There are many activities and things to do in Mooresville during summer break. Here are a few examples:

Summer On A Budget by Megan Copeland

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Summer. It’s the time of year for warm weather and no school. Here are some fun things to do over the summer that are not only fun, but inexpensive.

From High School to College by Lacey Watt

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As the 2017-2018 school semesters come down to the final months, many seniors like Jessica Baker are finding the transition to college to be not so smooth.

What's in Store For Summer 2018 by Jenna Briere

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Sun rays, sunsets, and memories. Summer is on its way. Although summer is a time for relaxation and soaking up the sun, there are many different activities to do during the summer of 2018. Here are some to get started: