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Trumped

Trumped

The survey I conducted was a random sample of 43 members of the senior class. I asked three questions, “Of the following candidates, who do you think will make the best President of the United States if elected in 2016?”, “If you were able to currently vote or if you are already 18 years of […]

Maximize Fan Attendance at Nichols

When I played for the Nichols hockey team last year, we would often get many fans to attend our home games. We loved the support from the student body but one night, the hockey team and the basketball team both had home games at the same time. I wondered how this would affect our fan […]

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Coke or Pepsi

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Coke or Pepsi

I wanted to test how well Nichols Students could differentiate Pepsi from Coca-Cola based on taste. In elementary school, during a science fair, a fifth grader did a project on how well people could tell the difference between Pepsi and Coca-Cola. I loved soda and always imagined doing a project like this myself. I collected […]

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Netflix and Chill

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Netflix and Chill

In the life of a teenager today, Netflix is a common source of entertainment. Many high school students enjoy both casually watching a movie or binge-watching a tv series. With the workload that comes with being a Nichols student, it is hard to imagine students finding the time for Netflix. After conducting a survey on […]

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My First Time Back

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My First Time Back

Beginning June 6, I began a journey of a lifetime. I hadn’t thought much about what I was doing or where I was going prior to this day. Was it selfish of me to say I didn’t want to leave Buffalo? School had just gotten out, and I was more than happy to stay in […]

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Public Art Aims to Rewild Buffalo

The Albright-Knox Art Gallery’s Public Art Initiative has already brought Buffalo the iconic Shark Girl sculpture and the You Are Beautiful billboards, but its next project will be serving an environmental purpose as well. Jenny Kendler, the artist-in-residence at the Natural Resources Defense Council, has developed Milkweed Dispersal Balloons to help the endangered Monarch butterfly. […]

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Top 5 Songs to Liven Your Summer Playlist

Music has always been something associated with summer. Summer festivals, summer parties, and, of course summer songs. As we’ve reached the half-way point of summer, you might already have some quality summer jams picked out, but I’ve compiled some suggestions to lengthen your summer playlist. 1. “New Romantics” – Taylor Swift: Taylor has already proven […]

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Bee-Keeping At Nichols

This spring, I decided to ask permission to establish a honey bee colony at our school. Bee keeping has become a recent interest of mine, and having completed my first year of raising bees, I thought it would be an excellent time to share my passion with others in the Nichols community through the permanent […]

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Teen Trends: Spring 2015

Now that spring has finally sprung, I thought it would be appropriate to talk about what I have been loving during the slow transition from cool to warm weather. Here are my spring favorites. Starting with skin care, I found this amazing face wash that cleans my face really well, removing all of my makeup […]

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Teen Trends: Spring Break

Spring break is coming up and it is probably one of the most exciting times of the year because the weather is finally getting warmer. Whether the break is spent at home with friends, on vacation with family, or on an international exchange, it is definitely a great time to relax without having school. I […]

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