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March 13, 2020

New Years Resolutions: Why Falling Off The Wagon is Enviable

Genevieve Olson

January 27, 2020

This afternoon I was walking down the hall on my way to the lunchroom when I had a “philosophical moment.” Whenever I’m having a good, productive day and I’m feeling good about my decisions, I’ll give myself little ...

Homecoming: Beyond the Hype

Nati Herrera Garcia

December 18, 2018

Homecoming is never just a dance. It’s also a community coming together again to reunite and reconnect.  After the “let’s hang out this summer” flops, students, staff members, and the rest of the Apple Valley commun...

Racial Bias Within United States Criminal Justice (Part Three: Reducing Racial Bias during Jury Selection – A Solution)

Tai Henrichs

April 19, 2018

Reducing Racial Bias in Jury Selection: A Solution To start with, the process of gathering information on potential jurors ought to be expanded.  This would eliminate the need to use stereotypes as proxies for juror attitudes b...

Racial Bias Within United States Criminal Justice (Part Two)

Tai Henrichs, Writer

April 5, 2018

Part Two: Racial Bias During Jury Selection      The promise of receiving a fair trial from a jury of your peers is frequently denied to those in minority groups with numerous consequences.  A study cited by an article pub...

Will snow day #4 = a makeup day?

April 5, 2018

On January 22nd, students all around ISD 196 celebrated a rare snow day. January 23rd surprised students and teachers alike with a second snow day in a row! March 5th, just a couple days before finals of trimester 2, saw...

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