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The Vacation of a Lifetime
The Vacation of a Lifetime
Ethan Burnett, Copy Editor

My family was too big to go on vacations, so I had never even gone to the beach before. I am the oldest of seven kids, so you can imagine how hard it was for all of us to go to Walmart, much less anywhere else.    I swear, the only place we consistently went together was my local church. Even then, there was always a fuss about how we took too long to get ready. So, when my girlfriend’s...

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The Electoral Daycare
The Electoral Daycare
Jack Vernon, Social Media Manager

The week of Nov. 3, 2020, was an interesting one to say the least. That was the week I began my time at the Electoral Daycare. The Electoral Daycare is a very special preschool daycare that only admits new candidates every four years. I was obviously thrilled to get involved—it was my first time being eligible, after all. Little did I know that this would be one of the most hectic—and ridiculous—weeks...

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Olivia Freeny (left) and Sarah Freeny (right)
Switching Places
Olivia Freeny, Publisher

There are many ridiculous stereotypes about twins. They have superpowers. They’re clones of each other. There’s always an evil twin amongst the set, or at the very least, they love to pull pranks just like Fred and George Weasley from “Harry Potter.”   To an extent, some of these stereotypes are true; however, they do not apply to every single set of twins. One twin may be the “evil”...

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