By Veronica Brown, Courier Staff Writer
James Logan High School drama students performed Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs for their fall play this year. The play was directed by Paul Vega and performed by seven very talented students, all of whom were very entertaining and surprisingly comedic to watch.
The fictional family gathers around the dinner table.
Posted by courier at 01:39 PM. Filed under: Entertainment
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By Priya Jagannathan, Courier Staff Writer
James Logan's Marketing and Management Academy are opening a new student store selling school supplies Wednesday.
“The Store will be having it’s grand opening on Wednesday, November 8, 2006,” said LeAndrew Dominique, the VP of the academy.
Teacher Wil Richberg's Marketing and Management Academy is opening a new student store Wednesday. Susan Muramoto/Courier Photo
Posted by courier at 12:42 PM. Filed under: News
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Girl’s basketball tryouts continue today & tomorrow in the Pavilion. 11th & 12th grades at 3-4 pm; 9th & 10th grades from 4-5 pm both days. You must have completed physical paperwork to tryout.
Girl’s soccer tryouts are today after school on the grass from 3-5. Bring your cleats & shin guards.
Professor Java, located in the Staff Lounge, opened today during periods 1 & 2. Open daily, serving latte, mocha, cappuccino, and baked goods.
Posted by courier at 10:02 AM. Filed under: News
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By John Chau, staff writer
On Oct 17th, the president privately authorized an amendment to the Insurrection Act, which gave Bush the power to declare martial Law, in cases whereas,
"Under this act, the President may also deploy troops as a police force during a natural disaster, epidemic, serious public health emergency, terrorist attack, or other condition, when the President determines that the authorities of the state are incapable of maintaining public order.
Posted by courier at 08:38 AM. Filed under: Opinion
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Charles X, King of France and of Navarre (October 9, 1757 – November 6, 1836) was born at the Palace of Versailles. He was the grandson of Louis XV and his Polish queen, Maria Leszczyska, and youngest son of Louis, dauphin de France, who never reigned, and his German wife Marie-Josèphe of Saxony. He became King of France in 1824 and reigned until the French Revolution of 1830 when he abdicated rather than become a constitutional monarch. He was the last king of the senior Bourbon line to reign over France.
Posted by courier at 12:47 AM. Filed under: In Quotes
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