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Ignorance is preventing society from moving forward socially and politically. The definition of ignorance is simply having a lack of knowledge, but the connotations of the word vary. A fellow journalist such as me, Angelina Cordone, explained her definition of ignorance:“Ignorance is thinking you know everything when really, you know nothing”. The way I describe ignorance is not understanding something

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Summing Up The School Year!

Busy,” “Informative,” “Awesome,” “Fast;” these are the words that Apex High students used to describe the 2017-2018 school year. There are only a few days of school left, which makes it the perfect time to reflect and hear from AHS students and teachers about their thoughts on this year. Sophomore Foster Hager enjoyed the school year and would rate it

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The Importance of Tolerance in this Generation

Electronic media has been a driving factor in the globalization of news and trends in this generation. With the spread of news and information, tolerance becomes an important topic to think about. Tolerance is defined as “the ability or willingness to tolerate something, in particular the existence of opinions or behavior that one does not necessarily agree with.” Without this

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The Fortnite Craze

Unless you have been living in complete isolation from society for the past six months, you have definitely heard of the newest video game to take over the gaming community. All around the world, kids and adults of all ages are obsessing over this popular, free-to-play Battle Royale type game which can be played on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC. A

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AHS Students’ Proudest Accomplishments of the School Year

Over the course of the 2017-2018 school year, Apex High School students have worked extremely hard and achieved countless goals in every area possible. Whether it was for sports, academics, arts, music, or school clubs, the students of AHS turned their ambitions into realities. Let’s see what accomplishments made Apex students most proud this year! Freshman Gabe Swanser Swanser said

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