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Bell Ringing: Key Club members Arezoo Ghazagh, Ava Steigbigel, and Bridget Kiernan participating in bell ringing for the Salvation Army. Photo Courtesy: Tuana Gonul, December 4, 2021.

Foran Community Gives Back During the Holidays

Lauren Ardolino and Victoria Koenig | December 21, 2021

     There are many clubs within the Foran community that prioritize giving back during the holiday season, including Interact Club, Key Club, and Habitat for Humanity.  These clubs, and many more, have monumental impacts on the Milford community, especially during the holiday season.     ...

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Make the Season Bright: Christmas decorations are hung up at Jack Godek’s house.

Eggnog and Latkes

A History of Hanukkah and Christmas
Ronan Smith, Staff Writer | December 20, 2021

     Christmas needs no introduction. It is perhaps one of the most celebrated holidays in the world, being both the most popular in the United States, and is celebrated by over 2 billion Christians worldwide. However, Christmas is not the only holiday traditionally celebrated in the month of December,...

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Photograph of Officer Taylor sitting at his desk with his fake dog.

SRO Called to Duty

Gavin Fanelli, Staff Writer | December 2, 2021

     The School Resource Officer program (SRO) is a nationally accepted program involving the placement of sworn law enforcement officers within the educational environment.       SRO Officers are trained to take on the role of enforcing laws, offering support as a mentor, and serving as an...

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Administrator in Action: Mrs. Kelly sitting at her desk in her new office.

Fresh Face for Foran Faculty

Hannah Salsbury, Staff Writer | November 21, 2021

     While students may not always see or be aware of the role administration plays in a school system, without them, the school would not function efficiently. An administrators work as a team to keep the school operating, and they are now joined by new assistant principal, Mrs. Dena Kelly.  ...

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Pilgrims at Plymouth: A look down the main street of the Plimoth Plantation Living History Museum.

The Tale of Turkey Day

The History of the Holidays
Ronan Smith, Staff Writer | November 15, 2021

     Thanksgiving is a holiday celebrated across North America. While most associate it with the United States, there are other versions celebrated across Canada and in both American and Canadian expat communities as well.       While not as widespread around the world as other holidays famous...

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Heavy lifting: Devin Clark pictured squatting 556 pounds. Photo courtesy: Devin Clark, August 8, 2021.

Devin Clark: Personal Trainer

The Physical Fitness Fanatic
Anthony Giordano and Luca Ubaldi | November 12, 2021

        If anyone’s looking to get in shape but doesn't know where to start, the Milford Edge is one location that offers personal training. Devin Clark is a personal trainer with over eight years of experience, and he has no plans of stopping. Not only does Clark train others to be better versions...

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Iddriss takes the shot: Senior captain Basit Iddriss gets ready to shoot the ball. Photo Courtesy: Bob Young,  October 20, 2021.

Iddriss Leads Lions to a Historic Season

Zach Worzel and Luke Cruz | November 9, 2021

     Basit Iddriss, a senior, is captain of the Foran boys soccer team, and has led his team to a very successful season. Iddriss has been at the head of it all, clinching the 22 seed in the Class M state tournament, as well as earning a spot on the all-SCC first team roster playing left wing. This...

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Chest Day -  Will gets a lift off for a heavy set on an incline bench.

Student Spotlight: Will Heitmann

Taking on a Body-Builder Diet
Aidan Davis and Oliver Ardrey | November 4, 2021

     Senior Will Heitmann is a high school student during the day, and a gym enthusiast and Rite Aid cashier by night. Heitmann is busier than the average student juggling school, a part-time job, all while working towards his goals in the gym.       To achieve his goals, Heitmann meal preps...

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Flashback to First Edition: Skyler with her first novel, EIGHT VEIN: THE GOLDEN HEART.

On The Write Track

Skyler Agresti's Novel Idea Becomes Reality
Olivia Salai, Content Editor | November 2, 2021

     At 12 years old, most kids are just beginning to explore the prospect of future aspirations. However, Skyler Agresti got a head start at the same age and used the literary works written by her 12-year-old self to publish her first novel on September 12, 2020, during her sophomore year. Agresti,...

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The morning announcer: Ricardo Gonzalez poses for a picture in blue hall.

“Who’s Behind the Voices?”

Kaleigh Porcu and Jocelyn Gonzalez | October 29, 2021

     Ever hear the morning announcements and wonder, “Who makes the announcements?” The familiar voices have puzzled both students and staff alike and has become one of the hot topics circling the student body.       The morning announcements inform students on upcoming events such as club...

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Influential People: Spanish 1 students create posters about influential Hispanic celebrities.

Mes de la Herencia Hispaña

Celebrating Culture Together
Gissela Castelan, Staff Writer | October 21, 2021

     Hispanic Heritage Month begins on September 15 and ends on October 15. The month-long holiday celebrates the history and culture of American citizens that come from Hispanic backgrounds. Not only is it celebrated in the United States, but worldwide as well.       Hispanic Heritage Month...

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Key Club Officers: (From left to right) Arezoo Gazagh:  Vice President of the Key Club, Mrs. Ganun: Club Advisor, and Delaney Mayville: Media Specialist.

Lending a Hand

Volunteer Opportunities Up and Running Since Quarantine
Gracie Brogan, Staff Writer | October 21, 2021

     Schools across the world changed drastically due to Covid-19. Precautions like cohorts, masks, and social distancing were taken, and extracurriculars ceased to operate.      This year, Foran hopes to welcome back clubs and create a less-isolated environment for students. Some clubs that...

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