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Summer smells: gardening

sara pardej, bf graduating staff

May 27, 2014

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Summer is the time to relax, according to the cliché we hear every year. With no school to keep students busy, it may be easy to sit at home all day and watch TV or spend countless hours surfing the web. Instead of passing time... Read more »

Screen up for summer

emily hack, bf graduating staff

May 27, 2014

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The summer sun is on the rise, which may feel great but looks pretty bad after making war with your unprepared winter skin. Sunscreen is a necessity for summer, but while looking at the hundreds of different kinds, you need to... Read more »

Chef it up: living with a culinary idol

lexi fye, bear facts staff

May 27, 2014

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Some students get the perks of their parents being salespeople or doctors, but students like Emily Maddox, junior, get the tasteful advantage of having chefs as parents.  Whether it is a family dinner... Read more »

Winkelman: more than an art teacher

lexi miranda, sports editor

April 15, 2014

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You may know him from his amazing artwork or the rock music blasting from his room, but there is more to Matt Winkelman, art teacher, than meets the eye. Winkelman remembers beginning to draw from the second he could pick up... Read more »

Painting the picture: an inside look at AP art

kat pauli, managing editor

April 15, 2014

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While many students take Advanced Placement (AP) courses during their high school career, very few move on to take AP Art Studio, a highly demanding and time intensive course where students spend hours in and out of class working... Read more »

Visions, magic, and signs: ways to predict your future

Genna Danial, Viewpoint Writer

April 15, 2014

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Although psychic abilities are widely criticized by American society and have never been scientifically supported, many people see psychics for guidance or predictions of the future. If you want to try to predict your own future,... Read more »

Krause’s tips for summer

Sara Pardej, Editor-In-Chief

April 15, 2014

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Carl Krause, college and career counselor, shared his best tips for each grade to do this summer to prepare for the future. Freshmen It’s okay to still be a kid Look into enrichment programs on Naviance Keep... Read more »

Saving bottles, saving the environment

hannah bostrom, features writer

April 15, 2014

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People flock to these with a passion, including this trip in their routines, even if it means being late to class. The filtered water fountains impact students’ lives every day. Whether it be learning about environmental... Read more »

LZHS graduates give advice about adjusting to college

Julia Kuhn, In Depth Editor

April 15, 2014

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High schoolers, especially seniors, are looking ahead to the future and wondering what it holds.  The more students know about their future, hopefully the less worried they will be. In that spirit, Bear Facts questioned... Read more »