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Influences Teens Face: Substances that can cause negative effects on teens, October 19, 2022.

Don’t be a Follower

Consequences of Underage Drug Use & Drinking
Gavin Fanelli, Staff Writer | October 24, 2022

           Underage drug use and drinking comes with consequences. There is no single reason to explain why teenagers use drugs or alcohol. However research has shown the core issues and influences behind these types of behaviors.             Teens see many people consuming various substances....

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Screen Damage: A section of the screen in this lanai laying in a backyard pool in IslandWalk at the West Villages in Venice, FL. October 7, 2022.

Navigating Hurricanes

Staying Safe and Informed
Connor Nieman and Cal Wrigley | October 24, 2022

          Hurricane Ian recently slammed the coast of southwestern Florida, which marks the beginning of hurricane season in the United States. Hurricanes are formed by warm and humid air over the ocean, and the season lasts from June 1 until November 30.  Entering the heart of the season, it is...

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Pink Out: Student section cheers on the football team while raising awareness for The Get in Touch Foundation, October 7, 2022.

Get Pink! Foran Supports Get in Touch Foundation

Julia DeEll and Lauren Stroffolino | October 14, 2022

          For almost four decades, the U.S has honored October as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This month highlights annual national campaigns in order to increase acknowledgement of the disease and to honor those battling against the disease and those who have lost their lives.  ...

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Yellow Out: Student section wears yellow insSupport of ALSF during football game, September 16, 2022.

Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation: ‘Fighting Childhood Cancer, One Cup at a Time’

Chloe Nittoly and Hannah Salsbury | October 14, 2022

          Every day, over 1,000 children worldwide are diagnosed with cancer. Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) works to make life easier for those diagnosed by raising money for and spreading awareness about childhood cancer, supporting families in need, and providing a welcoming environment...

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A Glimpse into the Future: Senior Joe Gaetano poses in his future locker room at Bowdoin College after committing to play football, July 7, 2022.

The Road to Recruitment

Inside the Process of Becoming a College Athlete
Ginger Schmidt, Editor | October 10, 2022

          For many high school students, becoming a college athlete is their dream. Not only do you have to be a great athlete to play for a college team, but you must undergo a rigorous and long recruitment process.           The first step in the recruitment process is voicing your goal...

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A Dedicated Runner: Kevin Chen runs the trail at the first meet of the season at Wharton Brook State Park in North Haven, CT.  September 8, 2022.

The Keys To Success in Cross Country

Boys XC Reveal Strategies
Connor Nieman and Cal Wrigley | September 28, 2022

         Foran fall sports have officially started, and cross country is underway. Runners have been trekking different trails throughout the state and facing other high schools.  However, though meet results are available for everyone to see, the strategies behind the race that Foran’s runners...

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School Spirit: Seniors, along with members of all classes, dress up for the flannel Thanksgiving game, November 25, 2021.

Foran Flashbacks: Seniors’ Favorite Memories

Hannah Salsbury and Chloe Nittoly | June 13, 2022

          As the school year comes to a close, seniors are preparing for their lives after graduation. The Foran senior class has grown together, and even though they will part ways, their most unforgettable moments will connect them forever. While looking forward might feel bittersweet, reflecting...

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The next generation: Brayden Young passes his wisdom to his younger brother Riley.

Senior Advice to Underclassmen

Luca Ubaldi and Anthony Giordano | June 13, 2022

          The past four years have been a wild ride for the graduating seniors. Through recent difficult times, they have shown resilience and impart wisdom on underclassmen. As the class of 2022 moves on to their next chapter, they give some advice.           Patrick Mata: “Don’t be...

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A Golden Touch: Blue eyes with a gold eyeshadow and mascara to enhance it.

Eyes: The Window to the Soul

What you can tell about a person from their eyes
Julia Deicicchi, Staff Writer | April 11, 2022

     Eyes come in all different shapes and colors, and for many people it is their favorite feature of themselves. Oftentimes, it is the first thing people notice about a person, because eyes can stand out no matter the color.      While eyes are pretty to look at in general, they can also convey...

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Posters such as this one have been displayed all across Milford in an effort to raise awareness for the war in Ukraine.

How Milford is Handling the Ukraine Crisis

Cian Carroll, Staff Writer | April 6, 2022

     Although Ukraine is thousands of miles away, its current crisis is still heavily prominent in our community. Fundraisers and ceremonies have been held, and yellow and blue clothing has been worn to show support for Ukraine. Foran was able to raise $658 on March 11th and all donations were given...

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Holding Up The Banner: Mr. Cesare’s AP US History students hold up the Ukrainian Flag.

The Death of European Peace

Why America Must Roll Back Putin's New USSR
Ronan Smith, Staff Writer | March 22, 2022

     The story being written on the streets of Kyiv, Kharkiv, and Mariupol are the same ancient tales of war being retold once more.       The classic statement “If we do not learn from our history, we are doomed to repeat it,” does not hold a true stance in this situation. The greater...

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Voting Today: Milford’s ballot drop-off box is located in front of City Hall.

Equity, Elections, and The Evolution of Voting Rights in America

Bella Mema and Sean Ayoub | February 14, 2022

     February 15 marks the birthday of Susan B. Anthony. Born in 1820, she lived in a time when only white men could vote. Anthony, along with fellow activists, made it her mission to secure this right.      Nearly 100 years later, after her death, Congress passed the 19th Amendment officially...

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