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Pick-Up Line Competition

February 14, 2014

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Winner: Bethany Warnes! for the following: “On a scale from 1 to 10, you’re a 9 and I’m the 1 you need.” Honorable mentions: “Are you a carbon sample? Because I want to date you.”  “I’m no photographer, but I can picture us together.” “Your hand looks heavy, let me hold it for you.” “Is […]

E-cards, Word Search, and Crossword

February 14, 2014

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Compiled by Jennifer Garner Valentine’s Day eCards: http://www.bluemountain.com/ecards/valentines-day They have funny, romantic, talking, etc. A great site for everyone! Valentine’s Day Word Search: http://www.puzzles.ca/wordsearch/valentines_day.html Valentine’s Day Crossword: http://www.squiglysplayhouse.com/PencilPuzzles/Valentines/Crossword.gif

Short Story: “A Silent Mind”

February 13, 2014

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by Jennifer Garner It sat quiet in its sleeve, waiting. All around the air was still. A thousand breaths were held. A thousand minds were sleeping, waiting to be reborn. Waiting for their thoughts to be laid bare, scrutinized, accepted or rejected. Waiting to communicate. Waiting to live and breathe. And just…waiting. The waiting was […]

Valentine’s Day Around the World

February 13, 2014

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by Nisha John 1)       France The French used to celebrate an old tradition known as “Loterie d’amour’” or “drawing for love.” First, the single men and women stand in houses facing each other. The men would then choose which women they want to celebrate Valentine’s Day with. If they did not like their Valentine, the […]

RDH Moment of the Month

February 13, 2014

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Submission from Aramais Orkusyan ‘Cause who doesn’t love a good buttered noddle?

Birthday Bash: February

February 13, 2014

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by Nisha John         Be sure to wish these Smitties a very Happy Birthday! Hannah Richardson Feb 2 Chiara Nardocci Feb 2 Zachary Smith Feb 5 Charis Calvert Feb 7 April Booth Feb 11 Jillian Bertolucci Feb 11 Philip Kingsford Feb 12 Kari Ball Feb 16 James Cameron Feb 16 Casey Walker […]

Science and Philosophy: RBCs

February 13, 2014

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By Andrew Gabriel Red blood cells. They’re red. They’re cells. What more is there? The more-or-less well known Red Blood Cells (RBCs) occupy ~40% of blood volume. That’s a lot of traffic. These sanguineous critters are responsible for oxygenating all our muscles and organs. But where do RBCs come from and what makes them so […]

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