July 1, 2015

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Week Two Legislative Session Results

House and Senate Split Respective Dockets Senate HB 4455 Drones, Sponsored by Liberty Red – Passed SB 136 Abortion Insurance Coverage, Sponsored by Justice Red – Not Passed HB 4454 Attendance Awards, Sponsored by Liberty Blue – Not Passed HB 4353 Epi Pen Administration, Sponsored by Justice Blue – Passed   House SB 647 Stem […]

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July 1, 2015

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Moot Court Arguments

By Mary Caroline Whims Chief Justice David Viviano, Hon. Brian Zahra, and Hon. William Wagner presided over the Michigan Supreme Court on Friday afternoon as appellant and appellee councils presented their arguments on Noble vs. Blue Lake Public High School. The Appellant Council, in favor of Noble’s suit, wished to reverse the original decision of […]

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July 1, 2015

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Mock Trial #3

By Kristyn Myrold Upon entering the courtroom, the Mock Trial students got comfortable and prepared themselves for their case. The Plaintiffs and Defenses made their opening speeches. The Plaintiffs lead. Stephanie Noble took the stand. Noble was a 4.0 junior attending Blue Lakes High School and was working of her Junior/Senior project for her Biochemistry […]

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July 1, 2015

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Opinion: Unsung Heroes of the SSI Staff

by the Broadcast Team We are going to take a few moments to talk about a few things that might have not been brought to your attention. We are not saying that all of you take these things for granted, but we don’t want these efforts to go unnoticed. First, I want to ask you […]

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July 1, 2015

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Opinion: Pay Much Attention to the Man Behind the Curtain

Some insightful knowledge on one of SSI’s most faithful and dedicated volunteers By Kristyn Myrold Mr. Kummer, a faithful chaperone and volunteer at SSI, has graced us with his presence for 10 years. But what all do we really know about this wonderful man? Mr. Muffett will, periodically, refer to Mr. Kummer as the “Iron […]

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July 1, 2015

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Opinion: Unwinding After SSI

By Patrick Whims You just finished a fun, exciting, action packed, maybe even a little stressful, week at SSI. Here are 10 things you can do to combat your withdrawal symptoms. 1. Grab your mom’s or sister’s hairdryer. During the drive home, pretend it’s a radar gun and point it at speeding cars. See if […]

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July 1, 2015

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Opinion: The Doty Center

Fun at SSI by Patrick Whims Here at SSI, there are lots of things to do during free time. Every moment there is free time in the campers’ schedule, students are playing sports, getting exercise, or just chatting with friends. By far the most popular choice is to play sports at the Doty Center. A […]

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July 1, 2015

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Talent Show

SSI’s Got Talent by Mary Caroline Whims While the Trial Two jury argued over the evidence, Jonathans Moy and Mohn opened “a night of wonderment, festivities, and entertainment of the highest quality.” Twelve SSI students performed ten acts of stand-up comedy and music. Meanwhile, Mohn strutted in and out, acting the part of and offended […]

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July 1, 2015

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Misquotes! – Week Two Friday

“I’m much more like a dog than a car.” – Mr. Robe “Did you got to Honor Kindergarten or something?” – Rachel Hartig Shiloh: “Oh, I thought that meant we offered a prayer to the judges.” Colton: “No. That would be an Establishment.” “If the other place had air conditioning, it would definitely be the […]

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July 1, 2015

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Opinion: Aides-de-Camp at SSI

What do they do? By Mary Caroline Whims ADCs. Although there are only eleven of them, we see them all around campus. They might join you in your meetings if you’re a Representative or Senator. If you’re a player, they might join you for pick-up ball in the Doty Center. If you’re a girl, you […]

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