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Key Club students collect glasses for third world countries

Key Club students collect glasses for third world countries

By Michelle Schomer

March 12, 2013

The Glasses Drive, which was held primarily for the month of February and ended on Feb. 25, had a successful turn out. Key Club, the student club that held the fundraiser, was able to collect 55 glasses of all different types and styles, ranging from your typical reading glasses to the funky and stylish. Casey...

Fact or Fiction: Does coffee stunt your growth?

By Michelle Schomer

January 18, 2011

According to Specialty Coffee Association of America , nearly 50 percent of America’s population, that’s roughly 150 million American’s, consume espresso, cappuccino, latte, or iced or cold coffees. Also, 50 percent of American’s over the age of 18 drink coffee daily. If that many people...

Teenage depression becoming more common

By Michelle Schomer

October 26, 2010

Depression has become more  common amongst teenagers, but what are the reasons for teens to feel depressed? According to teendepression.org, approximately 20 percent of teens will experience depression by the time they become an adult. Depression socially affects four out of one hundred teens...

Fact or Fiction: Do bed bugs bite?

Heidi Lara-Flores | HAWKEYE

By Michelle Schomer

October 26, 2010

Bed bugs have long been questioned whether or not they are real, and if they are, do these bed bugs bite. In fact, bed bugs are real and are currently inhabiting beds as well as other places in homes. Complaints of bed bugs are up 70 percent in the Seattle area this year. As many as one in five N...

Going green? Turn to vegetarianism

Going green? Turn to vegetarianism

By Michelle Schomer

October 26, 2010

Every day, young men and women are choosing to live a healthier and longer life by becoming vegetarians, people who do not eat any animal flesh. This can also be referred to as vegetarianism. According to a study pulled by the Vegetarian Times, there are currently 7.3 million American vegetarian...

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