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Jared Swislow, Staff Reporter/Photographer

Jared Swislow is a sophomore in Arlington High School who likes math, science, and many other subjects at school. He is in Wind Ensemble and Jazz I and is in our Robotics club, Neobots. While Jared is out of school (and done with his homework), he spends his time programming, solving Rubik's cubes and playing video games.

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A timeline of the current living generations.

Different Views on Different Generations

February 1, 2018
Throughout history, their have been many different "generations," or social groups defined by the time they live in. This is an approximate description of all of them that are alive today.
Winter Holidays Around the World

Winter Holidays Around the World

December 7, 2017
Wintertime, especially December and January, is often thought of as a time of rest and relaxation. However, in reality, there are many holidays celebrated at this time of year.
An artists depiction of the neutron star collision.

Scientists Struck Gold With Cosmic Crash

December 1, 2017

130 million(130,000,000) years ago, two neutrons stars collided and revealed to scientists how gold was created. On August 17th, signs of this crash, called a kilonova, reached Earth and were detected...

These are the hours teenagers can work. Source: https://www.thebalance.com/minimum-age-to-work-in-washington-2085384

Blake Kroeze: A High Schooler with a Job

November 30, 2017
Wait 'til you're absolutely sure that you can balance it
A venn diagram of the similarities and differences of Universities, Colleges, and Community Colleges.

Applying and Touring a College

November 7, 2017
This article will explain getting into a college, all the way from picking one, to getting an acceptance letter.
The Foreigner opens Friday, November 3.

The Foreigner: Behind-the-Scenes

November 1, 2017
Mr. Moberly loves ¨knowing all the things it takes to" create a play, and you should too.
Start Running with Free Tuition!

Start Running with Free Tuition!

September 28, 2017
With so many options for classes at the high school, many students wonder what the right option is for them. One option is to take the opportunity to earn college credits while in high school.
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