American Traditions :The History of the White House Easter Egg Roll

March 29, 2012

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The American tradition of the famous Easter Egg Roll, taking place on the South Lawn of the White House, celebrates its 134th anniversary this year.  The tradition dates back to 1878 when U.S. President Rutherford B. Hayes b...

Summer-Like Weather

H. Zakrzewski '15

March 29, 2012

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The summer-like weather last week seemed to be perfect, but some of its effects are less then desirable. For farmers, the weather could mean severe damage. The early, very warm spring caused some fruit trees to begin blooming....

Cover the night – Buffalo

C. Galbo '15

March 28, 2012

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  The Invisible Children hope to spread awareness about Kony by making him "famous".  This plan includes hanging posters all over America this April. Our city, Buffalo, New York will be included in the postering.  Vi...

Happy Leap Day?!

Happy Leap Day?!

February 29, 2012

Top Ten Items to Winterize Your Car

January 12, 2012

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Before the winter season begins to blow in prepare yourself so you can remain safe on the roads. Here are the ten items everyone should have to winterize their car. 1. Be sure to have are extra clothing items such as hats,...

The New Apple App Creating a Stir: Temple Run

January 12, 2012

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There have been many runner games in Apple's App Store history so it would seem like the endless runner theme would be old news. However, one game has recently been captivating the attention of people all over: Temple Run. As...

Dealing With Stress

January 11, 2012

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Everyone gets stressed out over midterms so here are some ways that can help you relax and make studying not so bad: First set up a time of day that is just for you and not studying. In that time do something that doesn't require...

When is winter coming?

January 6, 2012

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After the green Christmas, some residents of the Buffalo area are exuberant over the fact that we have almost no snow. On the other hand ski resorts to the south have been begging for snow since the beginning of December. Local...

How to Get Over the Post-Holiday Hump

January 5, 2012

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The holiday season has officially ended. After a month of baking, cooking, shopping, wrapping, traveling, and a good two weeks of break, reality has finally struck. And with this end to the holiday season comes the post-holiday...

The Christmas Tree

ccolpoys15

December 13, 2011

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Bright lights, shiny ornaments, and that fresh pine smell through the house. The Christmas tree is an old symbol of the Christmas season. Because the pine tree is green all year round, it is a symbol of everlasting life. In ancient...

Remember our servicemen on Pearl Harbor Day

December 7, 2011

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Wednesday, December 7, 2011, seemed like an average day.  Nardin’s Law and American Government class (legal) went on a field trip to the city court, the squash team had a close match against Buffalo Seminary, and Mrs. Reeder...

New way to celebrate Veterans Day

November 20, 2011

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S. Abell '12 On November 11th, the United States celebrated Veterans Day.  Essentially, that meant that we got a day off from school to hang out with our friends, catch up on some sleep and for me, go on a college trip. ...

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