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Is College Worth Its Rising Price Tag?

March 22, 2018 The Arrow 0

BY RILEIGH GEELAN Every year, high school seniors are faced with one of the most significant decisions of their lifetime. These young adults have to decide what path to take after graduation. Although there are […]

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Are Lockers Obsolete?

February 22, 2018 The Arrow 0

BY MEAGAN LAUDENSLAGER It used to be a fact that lockers were something of a social hub where students would hang out, socialize, and relax before school and between classes, but that is changing very […]

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What’s in Your Notebook?

October 9, 2017 The Arrow 0

BY RACHEL TARINELLI Not every high school student is very good at staying relaxed in class. After all, there’s only so many consecutive minutes one can sit through a presentation without getting a little fidgety. […]

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Popping the Prom Question

June 8, 2017 The Arrow 0

BY MEAGAN LAUDENSLAGER Although promposals are something that are common now, they didn’t always used to be such a big thing. Prom used to be a relatively low budget affair, held in the school gym […]

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Getting Behind the Wheel

June 1, 2017 The Arrow 0

BY MEAGAN LAUDENSLAGER It can be nerve racking turning 16 and finally being able to start driving. You need to get your permit, take driver’s ed, and learn how to drive, before eventually getting your […]

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The Hallway Playlist

June 1, 2017 The Arrow 1

BY OLIVIA ECKERT When one walks through the halls of a high school, or Canton High School more specifically, seeing numerous students sporting earbuds can be expected. Students thrive on their access to music when passing […]

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Time to Stop Procrastinating

May 12, 2017 The Arrow 0

BY MEAGAN LAUDENSLAGER I believe that everyone reading this can say that at one point in their lives they have procrastinated with something. Whether that thing be big, small, important or not, we have all […]

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