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Gyros remain a traditional favorite

MacKenzie Sendro, Staff Writer

November 1, 2016

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Old-fashioned Greek food is a traditional favorite for many, but don’t bother trying any other gyro restaurant in town because none can compare to Sparta Gyro’s, located on Brownsville Road in South Park. This well-organized...

Hairs whats happening at Baldwin

May 2, 2016

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Friends fade into new look: Lots of teenagers have similar haircuts, although what makes many styles unique is a personal twist. In Baldwin, a popular male hairstyle is the fade, consisting of shaved sides and longer hair on...

Spring styles enter with jean jackets, hats

Annalee Kwiatkowski and Alexis Siatkowski

April 5, 2016

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BY ANNALEE KWIATKOWSKI AND ALEXIS SIATKOWSKI Staff Writers As weather changes, so do fashion trends. Winter fashion will soon be a thing of the past now that spring is coming up. Jean jackets, platform sandals, cut-off shoulder...

Mock trial tackles issues on drones

Katie Zemaitis

April 5, 2016

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BY KATIE ZEMAITIS Staff Writer Safety and security issues raised by drones are frequently in the news, and they were at the heart of the mock trial team’s case this year. Each year, team members read a legal case, formulate...

Fashion team shoots for style

Andrea Henderson

April 5, 2016

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BY ANDREA HENDERSON Staff Writer Lots of teens dream of becoming famous, but some students already have taken the first steps forward to become successful. Juniors Isaiah Priches and C.J. Norwood have started their own...

Drumline, guard can’t stop the beat

Leanne Wilson

April 5, 2016

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BY LEANNE WILSON Copy Chief Students are used to seeing the color guard and the drumline on Friday nights during halftime, but these teams’ activities extend beyond the football field. Both teams prepare routines and...

Robotics dives into deep water

Colton Hurley

April 5, 2016

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BY COLTON HURLEY Staff Writer Baldwin has used robots to explore the underwater world for the first time, through the Sea Perch program. Middle school science teacher Debbie Reynolds and Jared Hoffman, the high school gifted...

Drama club hosts first Theatre Slam

Zoe Vongtau

April 5, 2016

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BY ZOE VONGTAU Staff Writer High school kids often stay up late into the night binge-watching comedies, dramas and crime shows. Baldwin’s Drama Club recently took this pastime to a new level. The Theatre Slam was an overnight...

Big Fish makes a big splash

Erica Koenig

April 5, 2016

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BY ERICA KOENIG Staff Writer Baldwin’s spring musical program has decided to step back from the comedy musicals and take a shot at a more serious show. Big Fish started out as a book in 1998, then became a movie in 2003,...

Hula hoops earn a 3-peat

Emilee Gruntz

December 19, 2013

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BY EMILEE GRUNTZ Staff Writer Watching random YouTube videos about dancing led junior Alana Martucci to winning the talent show for a third straight year. After stumbling across a hula hoop video on YouTube unexpectedly th...

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