These past few months have been an exhausting, emotionally draining time for many of us. Whether we’re working longer hours, worried because we’re not working, uncertain about the future, staying indoors with fractious children or a partner, concerned about elderly relatives, no-one’s had it easy. The amount of tolerance and forbearance required, the mental agility […]

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According to the American Cancer Society, there are approximately 1.8 million people who will contract cancer annually. Of those, roughly 156 in 100,00 will lose their lives to the disease. Thankfully, there exists ways today to lower the risk of getting cancer. Advances in medicine now make it possible to predict the probability of many […]

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In addition to the availability of scholarships based on grades, ethnic backgrounds, academic majors and hobbies, there are also specific ones for cheerleaders. College sports are an important part of school both for students as well as the local community. Games are participated by many in the town and creates a bond between those at […]

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Is cheerleading a sport? This is a question that many people ask, and when they ask this question the most common answer is no. I 100% disagree with that. Cheerleading is one of the hardest, most time consuming, and dangerous sports that one can participate in. I have been cheering since I was 14 years […]

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