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Color Me Posters Left in Gray Area

October 5, 2011


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By VIVIAN LAU When the bell rang after first period on Friday, Sept 30, students cluttered the hallways to exchange their books at their lockers. Many students soon found a new addition to their locker. From what would appear to be a school-wide coloring, single pieces of paper saying "Color me!" with...

Carnival Dance Kicks off New Year

September 26, 2011


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By Nina Marie Amadeo, Alex Taglieri and Erin Heidlberger Staff Writers With an estimated $2,000 in profit, conga lines throughout the night and tons of fist-pumping, the Class of 2012's Carnival Dance was judged a success by students and advisers alike. The usually bland cafeteria was covered in streamers that formed a circus t...

Middletown Honors 37 Lost in WTC Attacks

September 12, 2011


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BY ALLY KOWALSKI MIDDLETOWN –The 37 lives Middletown lost on September 11, 2001, were honored last night during a memorial event called “Middletown Remembers Sept. 11,” a phrase also printed on the banners now hung from lamp posts and lining the streets by the Middletown train station. Nicole...

9/11 Interviews From CHS (Video)

September 12, 2011


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http://youtu.be/NvRKuXcZR74 BY MATTHEW GOLDMAN AND MICHAEL YU CHS students and faculty members share their memories about September 11th in this emotional video about the tragic event.

Cultural Communications Gives Back on 9/11

September 12, 2011


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By SARAH GLEASON Cultural Communication’s Club (CCC) has already completed its first project of the new school year as part of Jersey Care’s Sept. 11 Day of Service and Remembrance. The club, which has participated in Jersey Care events in the past, worked for three hours on Saturday, Sept. 10,...

Behind the Badge: Kraus-Lavy describes memorial event as a First Aid Squad member

September 12, 2011


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By JESSIE KRAUS-LAVY I woke up at 6 a.m. on a Sunday morning to attend a Sept. 11 memorial. Although most others attended as another member of the crowd, I was lucky enough to be in there as a member of the First Aid Squad of Marlboro and Morganville New Jersey. Upon arriving on Wyncrest Road, the...

Not-So Blissful Ignorance: Our Generation and September 11th

September 12, 2011


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By KIERA BRENNAN I was the first child called out of my first grade class on Sept. 11, 2001. My father worked in the city, a street or so away from the towers.  My mother wrestled with her explanation of why I was going home so early.  She could not answer the questions I had in ways I could understand....

Howell Honors Five Lost to 9/11 Attacks

September 12, 2011


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By MONICA MARRONE HOWELL – “If we all had it our way, we wouldn’t be here like this,” Howell Township Mayor Robert Walsh said to the crowd gathered in front of town hall on the  10th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001. Howell held a ceremony to honor the five lives it lost on that day exactly 10 years ...

Empty Shoes Fill Hearts

September 11, 2011


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By FRANCESCA COCCHI AND SARAH GLEASON OCEAN GROVE – Standing among rows of empty shoes in Auditorium Square Park, Sean Feeley looks down at his feet as the sun sets on a memorial dedicated to the lives of so many. Trying to enjoy the last days of summer weather, the Feeley family spent their Saturday in Ocean Grove at the beach and eati...

Anniversary marks time to move forward from hate

September 11, 2011


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By AISLINN BRENNAN Sept. 11, 2001 was a tragic day, and as a nation we will always carry the pain and sadness with us, particularly the people who suffered personal losses. People grieve at their own paces and individual grievance really has no end point. However, as a whole, we have lost sight of who...

Abbott ruling troubling for MCVSD: Low-income districts set to receive more funding

June 11, 2011


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By BRIAN MURPHY Managing Editor On the balmy Tuesday morning of May 24, the students of Asbury Park High School walked past the sun-drenched lawn and verdant foliage and entered their school to begin another day. At the time, an Asbury Park education cost $24,306 per year, according to state figures o...

Pre-Prom Interviews 2011 (Video)

May 27, 2011


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The Inkblot News interviewed sophomores, juniors and seniors before they left school to get ready for prom later that evening. This video shows their expetations about this year's prom theme and what they will be wearing to the big event. This video was created by Matt Goldman and Bryan Principe. ...

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