Archive for October, 2016

Minimum Wage Cartoon

October 30, 2016
Minimum Wage Cartoon

Political cartoon by Morgan McCaffity

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Election 2016 Cartoons

October 30, 2016
Election 2016 Cartoons

Student-made political cartoons about the 2016 Presidential Election

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Forsett and The Ravens part ways

October 16, 2016

After a week 4 loss at home against the underrated Oakland Raiders, not even 72 hours after the game, the Ravens cut veteran running back Justin Forsett. I think that was a bit of a bad decision because their running back group needs a leader to set the example for the young backs the Ravens have.

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Students should be allowed to leave the building during lunch (OPINION)

October 16, 2016
Students should be allowed to leave the building during lunch (OPINION)

I believe that students should have the ability to freely leave the lunch room during their lunch time.

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Seniors learn communication skills at PGC retreat

October 16, 2016
Seniors learn communication skills at PGC retreat

Seniors who are participating in this year’s PGC program went on a retreat from October 12th-14th to help them prepare to work with 9th graders. PGC, which stands for Peer Group Connections, is a group of 12th graders who are learning communication techniques. PGC leaders are mentors to the 9th graders.

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Gardening Club promises benefits for school and community

October 16, 2016
Gardening Club promises benefits for school and community

Ms. Steigner and Ms. Scott are working together with students at Patterson High School to develop a ongoing gardening club. It is their hope that this gardening club will impact students’ lives in a variety of ways.

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Patterson continues tradition with 6th annual community fair

October 16, 2016
Patterson continues tradition with 6th annual community fair

Patterson High School had its 6th annual Back to School Night and Community Fair on the evening of September 22, 2016. Students, teachers and family members met together in the cafeteria to share a night of fun.

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Clown scares sweep the nation

October 16, 2016
Clown scares sweep the nation

Clown scares have been a hot topic in the news lately. People dressed as clowns have been seen following people around. There have been reports of people having clowns following them in every state except Hawaii.

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Baltimore Ravens make a surprising coach cut

October 14, 2016
Baltimore Ravens make a surprising coach cut

By Christian Pietrowski, The Baltimore Ravens have made some surprising cuts to the team. The most surprising cut was when the Ravens decided to cut the offensive coordinator Marc Trestman. Marc Trestman was fired less then 24 hours after the Ravens lost their second straight game  after a 3-0 start. So when he was fired, Marty […]

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Patterson High School Feria Comunitaria y Regreso a la Escuela (SPANISH)

October 13, 2016
Patterson High School Feria Comunitaria y Regreso a la Escuela (SPANISH)

Note: This article is written in Spanish for the benefit of our Spanish language readers.

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Patterson Boys Soccer team off to a good start!

October 6, 2016
Patterson Boys Soccer team off to a good start!

Patterson Varsity Soccer is off to a 2-0 start, demolishing City and Digital. Both the team and the coach have so many things to improve on to make it to the championship finals. So I interviewed coach Callahan during the game and these were his answers.

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iPhone 7 Vs. Galaxy Note 7 (REVIEW)

October 6, 2016
iPhone 7 Vs. Galaxy Note 7 (REVIEW)

Recently–if you haven’t noticed–the iPhone 7 just released on Sep. 16, 2016 and the Galaxy Note 7 was released on the 19th of August 2016. While the Galaxy Note 7 is having some problems, both are good phones. According to CNN, “Samsung is recalling millions of new Galaxy Note 7 smartphones worldwide after reports of the devices catching fire while charging. Samsung said Friday it had found problem with the battery in some of the phones and was halting sales. In the coming weeks it will offer customers a new product for free to replace all 2.5 million Galaxy Note 7 that have been sold.” Overall, The Galaxy Note 7 is the hottest phone out in Samsung market. Faster, much better display, better camera, stronger screen, easier to use, easier to transfer data, easier to backup. Galaxy does everything iPhone does and has far more useful features, making multi-tasking very easy.

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