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She Came in Like a Wrecking Ball

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OGTs set for next week at Start

Corey Latimer has some tips, advice to get students through the Ohio Graduation Tests, the week-long exams that prove you know enough to get a high school diploma,
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Winter woes will end soon

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Review: Laramie Project engaging

LifeAtStart reporter Julianna Ruiz says the Drama Club's performance of the Laramie Project was not just a reenactment of a tragic story, but a dramatic retelling of the story.