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Syria Missile Strikes Provoked by Chemical Warfare

Liamarie Hammerly, Staff Writer

May 10, 2017

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On the morning of April 6, Trump launched 59 Tomahawk missiles towards Syria. The attack, known as the Shayrat missile strike, was aimed at the Shayrat airbase and was a direct response to The Khan Shaykhun chemical attack that h...

Hands

Margy Dikova, Poet

June 8, 2016

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The hands of a human are beautiful So much magnificence controlled by the will of a human Creations made by us can be powerful Yet so many possible ways to be used only known by few men   Strokes of a gentle brush swiftly moving to project the mind o...

Insanity

Vanessa Brooks, Poet

June 8, 2016

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My insanity is like profanity to society They say it is not a perfect reality Only because they live in this so called fantasy That they perceive as a reality. I don't know if I am right Or if they are wrong. I want t...

Outfit of the Day

Outfit of the Day

June 6, 2016

When Colors Fade…

Nya Todd, Poet

June 3, 2016

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When colors fade Shapes are unyielding When the sun fades away in search of a happier place and the moon is still on its way In-between the gone and the late of our celestial planet That's when the colors fade Slipping off soft petals and rough edge...

The Road to a 36

The Road to a 36

February 27, 2015

Most Socially Accepted At Harrison ’14

Sydni' Henderson, Staff Writer

June 12, 2014

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To find out what separated our social lives as Harrison students from other high schools, a survey was conducted around HHS to see what's socially accepted by the students and the staff and what's frowned upon.  The top eight...

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