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Mueller Report highlights flawed attempts to end Trump presidency

Mueller Report highlights flawed attempts to end Trump presidency

Lucas Romualdo News Editor: Online

After a year and a half of investigation into the Trump presidential campaign’s ties with the Russian government, the Special Counsel heading the investigation, former FBI Director Robert Mueller, has determined that there was no criminal collusion between the Russians and the Trump campaign. As written in the report, “[T]he investigation did not establish that members of the Trump Campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.”

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Flood causes choir to relocate

Flood causes choir to relocate

Cameron Spurr News Editor: Print

After spring break, students and teachers discovered that MPR2, the choir room used by 524 Middle and High school students, had flooded. The flood upended the choir classes, causing disruptions across the music department. Immediately following the flood, choir classes took place in the School Center and in rooms in bottom yellow before finding a more suitable, temporary home in the Community Art Building’s gallery. The classes will be held there until May 24, when the AP Art Exhibit will be put up in that space.

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Staff Writer Houdah Daniels: Why Autism Awareness Month is meaningful to me

Staff Writer Houdah Daniels: Why Autism Awareness Month is meaningful to me

Houdah Daniels Staff Writer

Growing up in a Ghanaian household, like many other cultures, my parents emphasized to my siblings and me that it was paramount for us to respect our elders. My dad, in particular, explained that even with twins, if one were to be born hours before the other, they were to be respected as such. (more…)

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