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Net Neutrality

Sam Bommareddy

April 6, 2017

On Tuesday, March 28, in a landmark decision, both the Senate and House of Representatives repealed the FCC’s (Federal Communications Commission) regulations for ISPs (Internet Service Providers) negotiated by President Obama...

Protests Sweep Post-Election America

Dan Thomas, News Writer

December 1, 2016

In the weeks following the presidential election, thousands of people have marched, shut down highways, and shouted angry slogans against Donald Trump as a result of the recent election. The crowds, fueled by social media, started protesting start...

The Electoral College

The Electoral College

November 17, 2016

Red Ribbon Week At FMHS

Alex Choi, News/Feature Writer

November 3, 2016

This week across the nation, school districts celebrate the greatest tradition that raises awareness of the danger of drugs and the potential consequences that may come out of it. Red Ribbon Week is upon us and we at FMHS have...

Ready For Red Ribbon Week

Diann Park, News Editor

November 3, 2016

This week, schools throughout the nation are raising awareness for drug prevention through a commonly known campaign that students know as Red Ribbon Week. However, this program’s origins started 31-years ago, in honor of En...

Red Ribbon Week Is Here

Dan Thomas, News/Feature Writer

November 3, 2016

It is once again Red Ribbon week nationwide, meaning it is the time of year again where schools everywhere take their time to educate their students against the dangers of drugs. Statistics from the Drug Enforcement Administration...

Yearbook Distribution Party

Kaitlin Kollasch, Reporter

June 1, 2016

   On May 19, the yearbook staff tried a new way of handing out yearbooks. Yearbook adviser, Marie Jones, and the staff hoped that having a distribution party would ensure that more students picked up their yearbooks.    The...

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