Population One: Autism, Adversity, and the Will to Succeed
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The Bond Between Water and Autism

I’ve been noticing lately that there have been a relationship with the water and with people who have autism. I can understand that whole thing because I remembered the time that I enjoyed the water when I was 3 months old. I love swimming myself, it’s always fun going into the water and feel free. […]

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After Saying Goodbye to the Seniors

I keep on hearing students saying that freshman year was a bad year. For me, I think that any year is a good year as long as people see it as good. I felt like I had a great year being a freshman. As a matter of fact I had some help becoming a Freshman […]

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The Senior Farewell

Goodbye Seniors! Tyler McNamer Guest Reporter “I can’t believe it! The big kids are going away!” That’s what I would say if I were in first grade, but I’m not in first grade anymore—I’m just a freshman. But since you’re reading this, I’ll say it again: “I can’t believe it! The big kids are going […]

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After Writing the Dancing Article

Like I said on the article, “I love to dance!” I do it for fun. When I saw my peers doing the sexual bending, I got very confused and asked myself “Is this normal for teenagers to do this?” I honestly thought that teenagers were more creative in their dance movies more then writing a […]

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A Freshman Freelance Article About Flash-dance (AFFAAF)

Let’s Fix Our Dances, BHS! Tyler McNamer Guest Reporter Dance Enthusiast I love to dance! Dancing is one of the things I like to do for fun. But when it comes to school dances, I begin to lose my dancing spirit. It all started at the last dance I went to. It was the end […]

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I was going to blog about Crazy Taxi

I was going to blog about Crazy Taxi. You know, that crazy cool arcade game of 99? The object is simple, pick up the customers, drive them to their destinations in record breaking time, and rake in the crazy cash. Do it all before the time runs out. I have been thinking about that game for […]

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The Rainbow Seed

In a faraway farm, there lived a little boy named Ted. Friends called him Teddy for his nickname. He lived in an old broken home with his mom, Susie, in the middle of nowhere. They couldn’t see any flowers surrounding them—nothing but dry land and a roadway to the store. Then one day, Teddy decided to walk […]

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How to Write an Amazing Book

I wish the process is easy and quick, but this kind of thing is a lot longer and harder then it sounds. If I could sum it up it in simple words it would be… Write Tell Edit Cover Print Sell Collect Well, I’m still a little new to this, but I think it’s good enough for […]

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