Review: Nothing but the Beat is good, could be more creative

Maggie Monson, Viewpoint Writer

November 15, 2011

Filed under Entertainment

David Guetta’s album, Nothing but the Beat, is a strong mix of dance and House music that overall is only good as a party album. Guetta, a French disc jockey (DJ), released Nothing but the Beat on August... Read more »

Occupy Wall Street protests should continue

Kaitlyn Etienne, Viewpoint Editor

November 15, 2011

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The protest known as Occupy Wall Street has been called an anti-capitalist movement, a violent demonstration, and the opposite of the Tea Party, but no matter what you call it, the thousands of people marching and protesting in... Read more »

Social network showdown

Social network showdown

November 15, 2011

Deer Park gains new restaurants

Kevin Logan, Bear Facts news writer

November 15, 2011

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Deer Park Mall is home to many restaurants and stores, but three new restaurants have become a part of the shopping center area: Smashburger, The Waffle Gourmet, and Red Robin. SMASH BURGER: Smashburger is one... Read more »

Man’s best friend or man’s worst enemy? LZ students and their pets

Madeline Jordan, Features Writer

November 15, 2011

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When life gets ‘ruff’, LZHS teens know they can turn to their pets. Whether it be for support or an escape from boredom, research supports the mood-enhancing benefits of pets. “Unless you’re someone who really dislikes... Read more »

Drug testing policy update

Chris Radecki, Bear Facts editor-in-chief

November 15, 2011

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Due to strong community opposition, the District 95 Board of Education unofficially decided to drop the drug testing plan. The plan was not formally dropped, as a formal vote on the plan among Board members still needs to take... Read more »

Early Bird PE should be offered to all students

Bear Facts, Staff View

November 15, 2011

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John J. Ratey’s book, SPARK: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain, provides a groundbreaking study which ultimately proved that “Zero Hour PE” showed an overall increase in students’ grades... Read more »

Sixth season might be Dexter’s curtain call

Jaclyn Mizdrak, Entertainment Writer

November 15, 2011

Filed under Entertainment

Showtime’s serial killer hit Dexter is going strong in its sixth season, but the show’s star might be delivering it to an early grave. Although the premiere of the newest season garnered more views than any other... Read more »