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  • Folio Folio will have a coffee house this Friday in Caf. B starting at 7 pm.

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  • Make-A-Wish The Make-A-Wish club will have a meeting this Thursday in room 163.

    The Make-A-Wish club will have a meeting this Thursday in room 163.
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  • Give for Good The Give for Good fundraising drive will take place all day this Friday .

    The Give for Good fundraising drive will take place all day this Friday .
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  • Waffle Wednesday Waffle Wednesday will be tomorrow until the bell for first period.

    Waffle Wednesday will be tomorrow until the bell for first period.
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  • Youth and Government The YAG meeting for today has been canceled.

    The YAG meeting for today has been canceled.It has been postponed to Feb. 19.
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A long time ago in a galaxy not too far away…director and writer George Lucas stunned the world with the first installment in the Star Wars saga.

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News Briefs

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Folio Folio will have a coffee house this Friday in Caf. B starting at 7 pm.

 

Hockey Dominates

 

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Written by Jared Geoghan Friday, 20 February 2015 09:29


The varsity ice hockey team dominated puck possession and capitalized on several power play opportunities on their way to a 6–1 thrashing of Dayton on Monday at Warinanco Park.

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