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Do martial arts have a future in academia?

May 8, 2015

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By Edmund Wong The influence of martial arts may expand in the near future, with many programs and martial arts institutions pushing for school-based martial arts training as extracurricular activities or competition sports. Marti...

Students discover their learning styles

May 8, 2015

Filed under Focus, Uncategorized

Some people find learning difficult, but what many are unaware of is that if they discover how to learn and discern which intelligence they relate closest to, learning might become easier. Doctor Thomas Armstrong, the executive directo...

Today’s world of college competition

May 5, 2015

Filed under Features, Focus

By Nick Babu It is no secret that the process of applying to college has become more difficult in the past few decades. Top universities around the country are accepting smaller percentages of applicants, and with students around the country more anxious about getting into the college of t...

The art of being Zen

The art of being Zen

April 22, 2015

Dog Pound expands presence with social media

September 2, 2014

Filed under Around Campus, Focus

With an increased budget and enthusiasm for the new football field, Dog Pound leaders say they are excited to reach out to every sport, not just football.  NDP Dog Pound leader Hannah Mattson talks about the changes for the 2...

Chess team poised to make run for state title

September 2, 2014

Filed under Around Campus, Focus

Recognized as a sport by the AIA, high school chess has been increasing in popularity around the Valley.  And with all of last year’s players returning, the Saints are ready to take another crack at the state championship t...

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