July 11, 2014

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Goodbye

By Katie Byers The speeches have been practiced one last time. The articles have been edited for the week. The footage has rolled for the last time. Sadly, it is the end of SSI. It is time to say benetugana, farvel, auf wiedersehen, slán go fóill, tinkunanchiskama, tofa soifua, hasta luego, ke tla go bôna […]

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July 11, 2014

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When the Legislators are Away, the Media will Play

By the Print Girls You may have wondered what the media do while the legislative tracks are away. Nevertheless, you don’t need to wonder any more. The media print team is presenting to you an exclusive behind the scenes on the media track. Imagine in your mind what the Administration building looks like, at meals […]

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July 11, 2014

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Misquotes! (with Media Misquotes!) – Friday Special Edition

Media Misquotes Week 3 I feel like he’s the male version of the Mary Poppins bag. -Colton Wait…that’s my room. Those are MY cheeze-its! -Colton All my monkeys are dancing around in high heels. -Colton Why is your forehead hanging around his knees? -Colton He eats your fear like a piranha. -Zeke Feel that paper. […]

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July 11, 2014

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SSI’s Got Talent

By Katie Byers To start off last night’s incredible talent show, Spencer Thompson and Katie Byers performed “From This Valley” with guitar accompaniment. The performance was amazing with dynamic voices and adorable presentation. Next on the line-up was Zak Weston singing a parody of “Let It Go” in answer to a petition, which receiving 66 […]

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July 11, 2014

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The Race Is Over

By Johnathan Mohn As the polls close, Michigan begins to speculate the results of Thursday’s Gubernatorial Election. Members of the different parties all expressed confidence in their candidates, and are waiting in great anticipation for the results. The voting population showed up in full force, with a 100 percent turnout rate.  Each of the campaigns […]

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July 11, 2014

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Update on Senate

By Chelsea Lloyd By Thursday afternoon, the members of the Senate seemed well on their way to prepare for today’s legislative session. The only question was, were they really? Upon talking to the senators, it was found that they were rather prepared for their session (at least most of them were). Austin Schafer of Justice […]

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July 11, 2014

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Students Fill Free Time with Numerous Activties

By Gloria Erickson and Kathryn Fox Throughout the week, many students found unique and creative activities to participate in during free time. For some, this break was a time of shame and for others it held moments of pain. Nonetheless, many students found ways to have a fantastic hour. Ultimate frisbee is a well known, […]

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July 11, 2014

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Basketball Tournament

By Gloria Erickson Three petitions were proposed this week. One of these was a Basketball Tournament Petition submitted by David Pruden. He put it forward saying, “It would be fun.” In order to fill all the positions on the sheet, Pruden had to get sixty-six names. Nonetheless, there were several obstacles in the way of […]

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July 11, 2014

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John “The Lego Guy” Beck

By Chelsea Lloyd and Katie Byers Yesterday morning, the advanced tracks had the immense pleasure of a teaching session with John Beck and his assistant––who happened to be his eight year old son Josh. Not only was John Beck humorous, personable and thought-provoking, but he also has a fun hobby involving Legos. His assistant was […]

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