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  • Winning Winter

    From skating to skiing, a total of 92 countries will be competing in this year’s Winter Olympics, with the lavish opening ceremonies kicking off this coming Friday in PyeongChang, South Korea. Athletes in fifteen sports are preparing to compete with the best of the best. This year 75% of students plan on watching the games,…

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  • Understanding Charlottesville

    #Violence in Virginia awakens national fears Outraged by the local government’s plans to remove a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee, white nationalists and the Unite the Right groups held a torch-bearing rally and march in #Charlottesville, VA, carrying guns and shouting Nazi slogans on Aug. 11-12. By Saturday morning, counter-protesters were marching as…

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  • Humans of Maine West

    “[My experience with students] has been mostly positive. When students get their Chromebook back from repairs, I see the same happy smile and expression of relief on all of their faces. Some are short repairs; some take a long time to repair, but they all seem happy. One time, I remember we asked a Tech…

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  • Hack Attack: Unsound Bytes

    With the rise in everything from baby monitors to smart TVs to home thermostats connected to the Internet, security risks have increased, too, and these risks are present in everyday activities on the web, from leaks to hacks and emails to elections. A large number of hacks took place during the presidential election season, with…

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