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Feature: Growing up an immigrant

Feature: Growing up an immigrant

As an eight-year-old girl Renata Aragao thought coming to America meant a big house, with a white picket fence, her own room, and unlimited amounts of ice cream

Feature: Overcoming hatred with hockey

Feature: Overcoming hatred with hockey

“We collectively decided to give each other a chance.”

Love, Devotion, and a Father’s Sacrifice

Love, Devotion, and a Father’s Sacrifice

“His sacrifice for his family allows us to have everything we need.”

Column: The fragile gift of life

Column: The fragile gift of life

The lives of James Lavin and Owen Higgins were cut short and through their loss the town of Falmouth and the rest of the state were reminded of how quickly life can change

Op-ed: College students and the finacial struggle

Op-ed: College students and the finacial struggle

“Young people are giving up their dream of going to college, while many others are graduating deeply in debt”- Bernie Sanders

Column: Turning the tides

Column: Turning the tides

One fall changed Mason Wickline’s life

In-depth: Guns in school? Only if you want more violence.

In-depth: Guns in school? Only if you want more violence.

Teachers are not a militia and school campuses are not battlefields.

Politics FitzU plans to cover Boston protests

Politics FitzU plans to cover Boston protests

Franklin Pierce students will head to Boston this spring to cover a series of protests.

Toyko City University students visit Franklin Pierce

Toyko City University students visit Franklin Pierce

FPU students got an opportunity to learn about a different culture.

Spots still open for study abroad trip next fall

Spots still open for study abroad trip next fall

Professor Challenger described the trip as “eye opening.”

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Music electives expand individuality

“We could find a role for anybody, even if someone is just playing cow bells,” said Bunk.