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Column: A life cut short

Column: A life cut short

Kevin had just texted his mom “Im omw home.”

Column: Paintball playing pattern breaking introvert

Column: Paintball playing pattern breaking introvert

Gonzo, an article that is not obecjtive and debately pointless

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

Column:“The Minis” face a crisis they didn’t think they’d have to deal with when they met four years ago

Column:“The Minis” face a crisis they didn’t think they’d have to deal with when they met four years ago

Two friends find a way to keep in touch post-graduation

Column: Opportunity turns to disaster and a path is sent awry

Column: Opportunity turns to disaster and a path is sent awry

A trip to further a soccer career takes a tragic turn.

Column: When boredom turns deadly

Column: When boredom turns deadly

How an unfinished deck could have ended a 5th grader’s life.

Column: One student’s struggle in a nonexistent major

Column: One student’s struggle in a nonexistent major

One determined student’s struggle in a major that is no longer recognized at Franklin Pierce.

Column: Turning the tides

Column: Turning the tides

One fall changed Mason Wickline’s life

Column: Handshakes fly on the diamond

Column: Handshakes fly on the diamond

Creativity flows through Franklin Pierce baseball

Column: Turning letdown into triumph

Column: Turning letdown into triumph

Freshman Cullen Johnson has pushed himself to achieve a better self-image

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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.