The Facebook Phenomenon

The dynamics of social interaction are changing profoundly, more so than at any time in human history.  On-line social networks have redefined boundaries, challenged our concept of what privacy is, and profoundly altered who we distinguish as a “friend.”  No development has captured the attention and imagination of the world’s population as completely as Facebook,…
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High School Student Groups Raising Funds For Area Agencies

Amid the thick schedules of winter high school activities, students of Davies, North and South High Schools are also currently involved “paying it forward” to their community through a variety of fundraising events. On Monday, January 24, over 50 members of the Davies and South High cheerleading squads gathered in the South High Commons at…
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By Young Women, For Young Women: The “Sky Is NOT The Limit”

Following the runaway success of their 2010 event, South High DECA students hosted their second annual “The Sky is NOT the Limit” Breakthrough Conference on Tuesday, Jan. 25, at the NDSU Alumni Center.  Fifty female area high school students took part in the half-day workshop designed to expose them to the myths and realities of opportunities…
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High School Students Preparing “Blue Thunder” For Service

Students in the SkillsUSA program at South High School have been working on a special automotive project this year that will soon benefit the District and Fargo Catholic Schools. Project “Blue Thunder” is a car conversion project by SkillsUSA students – turning a 2003 Nissan Maxima sedan seized in a 2008 drug bust into a…
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Students Contributing Art, Music To Tonight’s MLK Celebration

Tonight’s 11th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr., Celebration at the Fargo Theater includes the creations and vocal talents of students from three groups in the Fargo Public Schools. Students in Margaret Johnson’s 4th grade art classes at Kennedy Elementary have created three-dimensional moccasins made from craft paper.  The moccasins embody the Native American quote, “Grant…
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