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Pumpkin whoopie pies are cute and yummy. What else do you need? Courtesy of Cranberry Island Kitchen

Fall desserts: November nourishment

Whatever the reason—and whether you like November or not—SCO has some baked goods for you to make the month even better.

Blair's rain garden receives updates

Blair's horticulture club created the rain garden to help prevent the deposition of polluted runoff rainwater into Sligo Creek, where it then flows into the Chesapeake Bay.
Yoga pants on display at a Lululemon store in New York Courtesy of the Chicago Tribune

America faces biggest threat since the Red Scare

Horrifyingly, yoga pants and other articles of the female wardrobe are slowly becoming extinct in school districts around America. Young women nationwide are being forced to give up their freedom to dress as they choose in order to prevent their male counterparts from becoming distracted.

Real life superpowers

Ask anyone to choose a superpower, and more often than not the answer will be the ability to fly. While growing wings is sadly not an option, a few Blazers have found another way of soaring through the air
Facebook is neat Courtesy of Mashable

Facebook's expanding horizons

To keep itself competitive, Facebook has started moving in the direction of health management, following trends set by fellow tech conglomerates like Google and Apple.
 

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The clock must rotate faster

Blair is home to almost 3,000 students, or, one might say, 3,000 sleep-deprived zombies.

Attempt at a new playoff system is backfiring

The election speculation sensation that's sweeping the nation

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Scholarship program available for DREAMers at Blair

TheDream.US is a program designed to help create college opportunities for undocumented high schoolers and it is open for Blair students to apply. The program has a list of partner colleges, which allow students who receive the scholarship attend their school.

Muslim Student Association revived after a three-year hiatus

International News Roundup for Oct. 8 to Oct. 12

Entertainment »

The verdict on 'The Judge'

In his newest production, director David Dobkin has spliced all of the typical Hollywood clichés from family drama and courtroom genres into one generic, cheesy movie. With a star-studded cast, including the wry comedic and dramatic actor Robert Downey Jr. and Academy Award-winner Robert Duvall, Dobkin tells a predictable and drawn-out tale of a small-town family's buried problems.

A "Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad" movie

"Gone Girl": A who-Dunne-it of striking originality

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Girls' soccer falls to B-CC in first playoff game

The Blazers (5-8-1) lost 4-0 to the Bethesda Chevy-Chase Barons (12-3) on Friday night, ending their season on a bittersweet note. Though the scoreboard may not have reflected it, the Blazers put up an unrelenting fight through the entirety of the game.

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