Pumpkin Spice Caramel Apples: Recipe and Reviews

Pumpkin Spice Caramel Apples: Recipe and Reviews

Grace Cruikshank, Backpage Editor

October 27, 2017


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Melt butter in a medium-sized, heavy-bottomed saucepan on medium-low heat. Add brown and white sugar and corn syrup. Stir regularly, being sure to scrape the bottom of the pot, until the mixture begins to boil (about 30 minutes). Resist the temptation to raise the heat.

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Fantastic fungi

Fantastic fungi

Grace Cruikshank, Backpage Editor

September 29, 2017


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Jayme Pantekoek is an athletic trainer and owns a weight training company called Full Strength. Jayme has also formed an interest and gained a lot of knowledge about mushrooms and their mysteries. Here, she shares her passion with Breezes.

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Is being an “average” student good enough anymore?

Is being an “average” student good enough anymore?

Anna Hoffman, Editor-in-Chief

September 29, 2017


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I, like many other teenagers, have asked myself the pestering question, “am I good enough?” more than I would ever like to admit. Now that I am a senior, I wonder this more and more as I stress over college applications. As I continue to go through this stress, I notice my peers experiencing similar worries. The future is unknown, which is a terrifying reality.

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You Probably Subscribe to Groupthink, Even if You Disavow It

You Probably Subscribe to Groupthink, Even if You Disavow It

Tommy Pratt, Staff Writer

April 28, 2017


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Throughout evolutionary history, being in a group has always been a huge survival advantage. Groups offer mutual protection and the promise of sharing resources. They foster the development of new ideas, and they create communities. It could be said with accuracy that each formed society has been created by another, but groups are also known for doing nearly everything together once they have established themselves as a group.

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Betsy DeVos’ School Choice Plan Casts Desolate Shadow on Public Education

Betsy DeVos’ School Choice Plan Casts Desolate Shadow on Public Education

Alia Arellanes, Editor-in-Chief

March 22, 2017


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It’s been the elephant in the room for many public educators and students alike, and Breezes is here to address it. Last month, Betsy DeVos became the nation’s eleventh Secretary of Education, however, her qualifications fall short of her predecessors; DeVos, a billionaire, donated over $200 million to the Republican Party, which leaves many to believe that her massive donation granted her the position of Secretary of Education. Additionally, DeVos’ qualifications for such a demanding position are more than lacking, since she has never taught nor worked in a school system, public or otherwise.

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Class President Rob Dow Comments on Cyclic Struggle to Liberate Ourselves from Ignorance and Apathy

Class President Rob Dow Comments on Cyclic Struggle to Liberate Ourselves from Ignorance and Apathy

Row Dow, Guest Commentary Writer

February 23, 2017


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Breezes Editorial Board: In lieu of our regular monthly editorial, we have decided to showcase this commentary piece by our Class President as it consolidates our beliefs regarding domestic affairs, equality, and religious liberty.

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