It’s All About the Brands

It’s All About the Brands

Deonna Causey, Staff Writer
February 12, 2013
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Ralph Lauren Polo, Abercrombie & Fitch, Levi, Nike, Jordan, and The North Face. These are the brands to which our generation is accustomed. If you wear these brands you’re most likely to be pretty high up on the social ladder. If you are wearing off brands, you’re more likely to be bullied and...

Let it Snow?

Will Apple, Student Life Editor
February 11, 2013
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Another year, another crazy winter season in Greensboro, North Carolina. Whether it’s warm, sunny days with shorts and sunglasses, or it is freezing cold with a chance of snow, the weather around here is unpredictable. Sledding, building snowmen, and having snowball fights are all staples of winter...

Midterms: Before or After Break?

Midterms: Before or After Break?

Hamilton Murray, Staff Writer
February 11, 2013
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Midterm season can be stressful for both teachers and students- from studying for exams to finishing the final grading for the quarter and semester. Teachers take their time to properly review and create their midterm exams and to go over any loose ends that might be on the test or in the students’...

High School Confidential: Dealing with the Loss of a Lifetime Friend

Jessica Farrow, Editorials Editor
January 31, 2013
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As freshmen in high school, most people make lifelong friends. Ninth grade is the year to adjust and see how the next four years of your life are going to go. Unfortunately, as students grow both physically and mentally, things change. The truth is, people change and forget to tell each other. As students...

You Got Served

You Got Served

Kaylin Beasley, Staff Writer
January 31, 2013
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What do you think of when you hear the words “community service”? Community service is volunteering around your community for not only the benefit of yourself, but also others. Many students here at Page volunteer around our community in such ways as babysitting, picking up trash, helping the needy,...

I Had a Dream…That Came True

I Had a Dream…That Came True

Jessica Farrow, Editorials Editor
January 25, 2013
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With the Martin Luther King holiday still fresh in our minds, it's difficult to answer the question that is on everyone’s minds. Martin Luther King had a dream for America; a goal that one day America would no longer be divided. Have we reached that goal? When integration became a part of society,...

New Year, New Food

New Year, New Food

Deonna Causey, Staff Writer
January 25, 2013
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Cafeteria food: we as students know it all too well. Some of us dislike it but we eat it anyway because we’re hungry. Isn’t there a way that we can upgrade the food? There are two options. One option is to use local farms and the food they donate to the school to make healthy school lunches. It costs...

Click With Your Clique

Deonna Causey, Staff Writer
December 21, 2012
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Oh the joys of high school: football games, less supervision, and prom. However, it wouldn’t be high school without your cliques! Cliques are groups that have the same interests and tendencies. You have the jocks, the cheerleaders, the preps, the nerds, and the so-called bad kids. Over the years new...

It’s All About Give and Take

Deonna Causey, Staff Writer
December 21, 2012
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The holidays are a joyous time. Holiday music, the cold crisp air and the snow that comes along with is the best. Have the holidays just become propaganda for shopping though? Look what happened to Thanksgiving: Thanks to stores and savvy customers, Thanksgiving is now “Gray Thursday.” Thanksgiving...

Balancing Act

Jessica Farrow, Editorials Editor
December 21, 2012
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Most people wonder "How am I supposed to balance my school work with my social life once I get to high school and college?" Some worry more than others, but everybody is concerned about it in one way or another. Most people just have different ways of expressing it. More than once have I heard an IB...

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