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A white board in the zen room displays feelings students have written.  “Teachers know that if they find something in writing, or if they hear something, they need to let someone know right away. And they do — and they’ve saved lives,” school nurse Paula Damm said.

Mental Health in Hiding

January 15, 2018

What’s so Scary About an Educated Girl?

Abby White, Anna Seballos, Hillary Lacks, and Becky Marcus, Staff Reporters

February 19, 2013

Based on the numbers, Shaker girls kick Shaker boys’ butts. From the PLAN and Ohio Graduation Tests for high school students to the Terra Nova Tests and Ohio Achievement Assessments for younger students, Shaker students take...

Rock Hall Nominees Stretch Borders of Rock ‘N’ Roll

Abby White, Staff Reporter

November 5, 2012

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees are always accomplished, generally famous and invariably disputed.  The reason? Rock ‘n’ roll doesn’t “really lend itself to a hard and fast definition,” said band director Adrian...

Final Exams: A Necessary Endeavor?

Will Gyurgyik, Opinion Editor

May 30, 2012

You’ve spent the entire semester completing homework assignment after homework assignment and studying for test after test. What’s your reward at the end? A three-hour final exam. You know, just to make sure you can spit back...

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