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Rylee Tondora: Photo of business owner Rylee Tondora.

Student Business “Baked by Rylee” Takes the Cake

Jessica Chamberlain and Morgan Viesselman | January 21, 2022

     Rylee Tondora is a senior at Foran who recently created a business called “Baked by Rylee.” Tondora has always had a passion for baking sweet treats and finally decided to turn her hobby into something more.       Customers can view her menu here as well as view her posts on Instagram...

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Sound Lions in Action: Sound Lions members help clean the environment at their last beach clean up, at Woodmont Beach. Photo Courtesy: Jamie D’Avignon, December 5, 2021

Sound Lions Club Keeping Our Environment Clean

Chloe Nittoly, Staff Writer | January 18, 2022

     From beach clean ups to recycling plastic water bottles, keeping the environment safe is an aspect that members of the Sound Lions Club take on with seriousness and great attention.      The overall purpose of the Sound Lions Club is to work towards creating a clean, safe environment. Within...

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Celebrating Virtually: Many schools, such as Lynn university, are sending out digital acceptance letters to students like Grace Tavitian. Photo courtesy: Grace Tavitian. January 12, 2022.

Stress and Success: Choosing a College

Katharine Harrison, Content Editor | January 18, 2022

     “It was the best of times; it was the worst of times.” While this is a famous quote by author Charles Dickens, it may also be an almost perfect description of how seniors feel entering the new semester. Rolling in with the snow is a flurry of college acceptance letters, and the need to make...

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Firing Fiber: Three students in Mr. Sember’s Forensics class complete a lab on Fiber Analysis.

Analyzing a New Course: Forensic Science

Morgan Viesselman and Tori Matula | January 8, 2022

     This past school year, students got the opportunity to take a new science course called Forensics, a half-year elective class taught by Mr. Gregory Sember and Mrs. Melissa Smith.       Since this course is brand new, teachers have not had as much experience as they would have hoped on...

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Maguire Casey and his mom at his last ever football game. Photo Courtesy: Maguire Casey, Monday, November 22, 2021.

Student Spotlight: Maguire Casey

Cal Wrigley and Brian Massey | January 3, 2022

     Whether it is suiting up for the football team, teeing off with the golf team, or pursuing his academic goals, Maguire Casey certainly has left his mark at Foran throughout the last four years. Casey, a starting defensive and offensive lineman for the football team, is extremely appreciative...

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Cruising On Up: Students on a ski lift in the past years going up to the top of the mountain. Photo Courtesy: Brayden Young, February 2, 2020.

Taking on the Slopes

Rumeysa Bayram and Cameron Lefebvre | December 22, 2021

     Over the last year, the pandemic has stopped many schools from continuing activities and clubs, including Foran’s Ski Club. This year, they have made a comeback with new restrictions and rules in action.       The club will consist of weekend trips to different mountains. In the past,...

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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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