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Over the summer, guidance counselor Colleen Petty read “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delilah Owens. The book shows how abandonment and childhood trauma can have lasting effects in one’s life and relationships.

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Caroline Hubbard, News Editor
November 15, 2020
Math teacher and varsity girls’ soccer coach John Bowen is currently reading “Range” by David Eipstein. The text makes an argument against overspecialization.

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Charlie Goins, Staff Writer
November 4, 2020
“The Guardians” is a legal thriller about a man wrongfully convicted of murder. The novel encourages readers to fight for the truth in every situation.

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Cetera Plagmann, Staff Writer
October 18, 2020
“Sophie's Heart” follows an immigrant as she begins working for a widow’s family. She helps this family heal from their wife and mother’s death and find God’s grace once again.

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Cetera Plagmann, Staff Writer
October 4, 2020
“The Alchemist” offers an inspirational story for people of all ages to enjoy.

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Cetera Plagmann, Staff Writer
September 19, 2020
“The Fifth Risk” by Micheal Lewis examines governmental agencies and their transitions to Donald Trump’s presidency. Specifically, the author highlights the Department of Commerce, Department of Agriculture, and the Department of Energy.

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Cetera Plagmann, Staff Writer
September 5, 2020
“The Last Lecture” is an autobiography about the life of author Randy Pausch, a computer science and human-computer interaction and design professor at Carnegie Mellon University. When Pausch learns he only has months left to live, he takes to lecturing one last time, educating his students on how to make the most out of life with limited time.

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Rachel Laposka, Staff Writer
March 7, 2020
“The Bell Jar” by Sylvia Plath is a semi-autobiographical novel that explains the hardships young women face in the real world. The novel draws parallels between the main character, Esther Greenwood, and the author, reflecting the mental lapse Plath experienced while writing the novel.

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Rachel Laposka, Staff Writer
February 23, 2020
Economics and current issues teacher Walt Ellison talked about the first book he had ever fully read, “Hollywood Hulk Hogan.” With this autobiography of the famous wrestler Hulk Hogan, Ellison shows students and teachers alike that a person does not need a lengthy novel to become interested in reading.

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Jordan Owens, A&E Editor
February 12, 2020
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