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Thought Provoking Poetry: Slam Team Brings it to the Stage

May 6, 2014

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By Rachel Van Arsdall/Gator Galaxy Staff Slam poetry hasn’t been around for long, but once slam took form, it made a major impression. It’s spread around the world and into high schools, allowing kids a creative outlet....

“Big Words, Strong Words” Comes to North Star

January 28, 2014

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Clinton 2nd graders perform play based on the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. to North Star students. By Gator Galaxy Staff Second graders at Clinton Elementary School have been learning about more than just reading, writing and arithmetic since the start of the school year.  For ...

Spoiler Alert! Movie of the Month: Catching Fire

January 28, 2014

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By Taylor Wehrs/ Gator Galaxy Staff November 22, 2013, marked the highly anticipated release of the movie "Catching Fire." "Catching Fire" is the sequel to "The Hunger Games," a story about Katniss Everdeen who volunteers in...

How Healthy Do We Eat?

November 1, 2013

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By: Drew Sallinger, Gator Galaxy Staff Lunch at McDonalds, 2 Mcdouble’s 1 McChicken, a large fry, and a large drink for $6.28 before tax and 1920 calories. Lunch at subway, Footlong black forest ham sub and a large drink for...

Sloths Are Taking Over

May 9, 2013

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By Maddie Lobrillo Lately the sloth trend has been plastered all over social Twitter, Facebook, and many other social media sites. Seeming to pop out of nowhere, it’s hard to go anywhere online where there isn’t a sloth....

Everyday Hairstyles

April 30, 2013

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By Brianna Schoonover It’s second semester and all of us are starting to sleep in the mornings, leaving us less time to get ready. For girls, it’s really a struggle to look great and still get your eight hours. It’s time...

The Truth about your “Awesome” NYE Plans

April 30, 2013

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By Sarah Wetzel The days leading up to winter break were days spent planning. We planned what we’d do on Christmas, where we’d go on the boring days, and, most importantly, what we were going to do on New Year’s Eve. We...

What Irritates You?

November 4, 2011

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By Livia Tran We all have an internal disposition to something, whether it is people on their phones while in a drive-thru, or people who talk obnoxiously loud 24/7. The Gator Galaxy Staff has some things that really grinds their...

Translation: Happy Ramadan

October 11, 2011

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By Hana Jaber Can you imagine withholding from food and water all day until sunset? Maybe it seems crazy to you, but to Muslims, it’s annual. Every year, the month of Ramadan comes, and with it brings big changes for Muslims. During...

The New World: Marchers of 2011

October 11, 2011

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By Amanda Keblar The 2011-2012 Marching Band has been working on their new show, Dvorak’s The New World Symphony No. 9. It’s a classical piece written by Antonin Dvorak in 1893, but has been rewritten specially for the Gator...

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