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Week 4

Anonymous and ISIS

Recently, the cyber organization known as the Anonymous Collective declared a full out war on the terrorist sect by the name of ISIS, known sometimes as Daesh. Continue reading “Anonymous and ISIS”


The car of future?

imageThree years ago the first car that can drive on its own and doesn’t need a person to drive, only blue tooth and google maps. Google was the first companies to make the prototype and show it to the public. Continue reading “The car of future?”

Rabbit Hunting

Rabbit hunting is one of my favorite hunting seasons, it’s an adrenaline rush. From watching rabbits sit in front of you to the dogs running the rabbits. There are many ways to hunt rabbits and lots of places where rabbits are found. That’s most likely why rabbit hunting is so popular. Continue reading “Rabbit Hunting”

ISIS – What is it Really?

November Friday the 13th – was a day heavy with the sting of tragedy. There were multiple terrorist attacks that took place around the world, all within a few hours of each other. It’s been the buzz of discussion in the days since, with its haphazard arguments shot off from every end of the spectrum. It is clear that the fear within some people impairs their ability to learn without a bias. Instead of elaborating upon all of the terror that burns like wildfire across the globe, I will elaborate upon the root of terror itself.

Continue reading “ISIS – What is it Really?”

Shrek the Musical comes to FA

At 7:30 p.m. In the gym of Foxcroft Academy, a mysterious journey started over there. “Once upon a time, there was a little ogre named Shrek…” Continue reading “Shrek the Musical comes to FA”

If it’s Brown it’s Down

With the hunting season underway hunters all throughout the state of Maine are looking for that secret spot to find the big buck. Continue reading “If it’s Brown it’s Down”

How Do We Handle ISIS?

In the last two weeks, Isis has claimed responsibility for downing a Russian plane with 244 passengers, sending squads of killers who ended 43 people’s lives in Beirut and another 129 in Paris. Continue reading “How Do We Handle ISIS?”


Starting my freshman year the cheer team was something new to me but something not looked highly upon by other teams. Slowly the team grew in numbers and by strength. The team bonded and worked harder then ever. The spirit grew and so did the excitement. Continue reading “Cheering”

Time is Running Out

With the combination of peak rut coming to an end missed opportunities and lack of time in the woods most student hunters who haven’t tagged a deer will most likely keep it that way. Continue reading “Time is Running Out”

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