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    Valentine’s Day Origin

      Valentine’s day is the day of romance and all things love. Each year it is celebrated on February 14 by purchasing many candies, flowers, and gifts to give to

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    Love and Appreciation

    The second semester is in full swing! Winter sports are concluding with a successful season, the Academic Team is kicking butt and taking names, and the Dance Team had an amazing debut. On February 2nd, nearly 415 students were recognized for a 3.5 GPA or higher, making Manassas Park history– and maybe even making history for ordering and serving 40 dozen Krispy Kreme donuts to celebrate the occasion.

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    Fighting Fauquier

    On Friday, February 3rd, Manassas Park Cougars boys basketball played Fauquier County… and won. (Well, varsity did.)

    Congratulations to junior varsity who played a great game and played hard the whole time.

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    Robotics First Look

    Watch our VEX Robotics Team in action as they win both of their matches in the final round to qualify for the State competition on February 17th and 18th.

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    Black History Month

    While many know February as the “Month of Love”, it’s also Black History month. This is a month where we celebrate and take notice of the amazing African American men and women that have shaped our lives today.

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    Exercise is Optimism and Optimism is Exercise

    As soon as the clock struck midnight on December 31st, 2017, I made the commitment to make exercise a part of my lifestyle. Why? Exercise not only keeps your body healthy, but also keeps your mind healthy. Mental health is just as important as maintaining the integrity of your bones, muscles, and organs.

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    All The Buzz!

    A bee researcher stated that the cause of the bees on the beach could be anywhere from pesticides that force bees to the shoreline or, because the bees became tired from flying and trying to find flowers to pollinate, and fell into the water. It seems that here recently, the bees have been dying in staggering numbers, which is not good. 90% of our wild plants thrive off of the pollination that is provided by bees.

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    Valentine’s Day Origin

    Valentine’s day is the day of romance and all things love. Each year it is celebrated on February fourteenth by purchasing many candies, flowers, and gifts to give to that

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    It’s The Little Things

    By: Jenna Osorio Well, school has been in full swing for a while now; tests and benchmarks are being scheduled left and right, homework is assigned in every possible way,

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    So You Just Gon’ Give Me an Additional Charge While I Binge Watch on My Couch

    By: Jenna Osorio I’m sure many of you out there are either avid Netflixers or friends of an avid Netflixer. I may be only speaking for myself here, but I

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News

Letter from the Editor

Love and Appreciation

The second semester is in full swing! Winter sports are concluding with a successful season, the Academic Team is kicking butt and taking names, and the Dance Team had an amazing debut. On February 2nd, nearly 415 students were recognized for a 3.5 GPA or higher, making Manassas Park history– and maybe even making history for ordering and serving 40 dozen Krispy Kreme donuts to celebrate the occasion.

Environmental

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All The Buzz!

A bee researcher stated that the cause of the bees on the beach could be anywhere from pesticides that force bees to the shoreline or, because the bees became tired from flying and trying to find flowers to pollinate, and fell into the water. It seems that here recently, the bees have been dying in staggering numbers, which is not good. 90% of our wild plants thrive off of the pollination that is provided by bees.

In the Community

Current Events

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Black History Month

While many know February as the “Month of Love”, it’s also Black History month. This is a month where we celebrate and take notice of the amazing African American men and women that have shaped our lives today.

Sports

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Fighting Fauquier

On Friday, February 3rd, Manassas Park Cougars boys basketball played Fauquier County… and won. (Well, varsity did.)

Congratulations to junior varsity who played a great game and played hard the whole time.

Humans of Manassas Park

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How Helping Others Helped Me

Alicia Barrera-Salmeron shares her experiences about helping others all while balancing her busy school schedule. “Managing my time between extracurricular activities such as sports, clubs, and even working at a part time job have slowly shaped me to be become an adult and independent person.”

Arts

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FANGIRL: Almost, Maine

Almost, Maine is a play written by John Cariani that takes place – obviously – in Maine. It involves eight scenes in which different couples are portrayed falling in love, falling out of love, and struggling in love. All of it comes back to one simple truth: love is difficult and complicated.

Fangirl

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FANGIRL: Almost, Maine

Almost, Maine is a play written by John Cariani that takes place – obviously – in Maine. It involves eight scenes in which different couples are portrayed falling in love, falling out of love, and struggling in love. All of it comes back to one simple truth: love is difficult and complicated.

Opinion

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The Apple Theory

If you’re going out to get the new iPhone 7, take a moment to reflect.

Why are you buying the new iPhone? To flaunt the little Apple logo? Because you’re a hardcore Apple fan? The cons seem to outweigh the pros in this situation.

Student Submissions

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Remember

Remember By: Anonymous We didn’t understand. We didn’t understand what love was. We were blind; Two kids playing around.   One allured, The other distant,

Student Features