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Environment at stake

Discarded Plastic Forms An Ecosystem At Sea Marine student Elizabeth Lopez maneuvered a huge steel claw off the coast of San Diego. Her research confirms the presence of the plastisphere-a manmade ecosystem of plastic debris. The plastisphere was created due to the large amounts of plastic debris deposited. 70 pounds of plastic is generated by […]

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New Year, New Quarry Lane Expo!

On January 26th, 2020 from 1 PM-4 PM, Quarry Lane hosted an open house that welcomed families interested in attending the school. Unlike previous open house events, the school administration replaced the word “open house” with “expo,” making the event have a fresh and new sound. The open house event started off smoothly with the high […]

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Egypt and America — A Brief History

Egypt–––home of sun-scorched sand and towering ancient pyramids. It also has a historically crucial relationship with the United States. The United States has had diplomatic relations with Egypt for almost a hundred years––relations were first established in 1922, soon after Egypt gained independence from Great Britain. The modern US-Egypt relationship can be traced back to the […]

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The World is on Fire

2019 has been a momentous year for democracy. Although it might not seem like it to many in the western world, 2019 has seen millions of people across the world find their voice and use it to march, fight, and vote for democracy. Perhaps the most visible example of this is in Hong Kong; in […]

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NFL: New Season, New Game

Over the course of the recent NFL season, a great deal of turbidity and volatility has beset most teams (with certain exceptions, such as the extremely consistent Dolphins and Bengals). Teams who were considered “Super Bowl favorites” have become second rate, and teams who seemed destined to mediocrity have arisen to never before seen heights. […]

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