A Paradise Lost

    On September 20, Hurricane Maria, a powerful Category 5 hurricane with 150 mph winds and 12 foot storm surges, made direct landfall on Puerto Rico. The hurricane sliced the island through the middle, entering through the town of Yabucoa in …
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    Aspiring Leaders at GCS

    Being a leader is not a simple task. It takes confidence, honesty, respect, commitment and many other qualities. Here at Grace, the Peer Leadership program is a great way to acquire, strengthen and demonstrate these leadership qualities. After students go …
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    Newark: An Uncovered City of Art

    Last summer, to celebrate Newark’s 350th anniversary, several long time artists and local residents joined together to beautify their community. Each artist contributed an important message unique to Newark’s history and diverse population, which was translated into a mural twenty-five football …
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    Texas Sophomore Relives Hurricane

    The weather and nature of the world have seemed to be more ferocious and caused more natural disasters this year than any other in recent memory. Many lives have been drastically changed, including those along the coastlines from the Keys …
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    Finally No Fines!

    On Wednesday, October 18, the New York Public Library (NYPL) pardoned all unpaid fees for children and teenagers living in NYC. The New York Public Library has had a smaller scale forgiveness program in the past. The NYPL used to …
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