By Barbara Hart, Career Center Tech
Today I have posted 4 new scholarships, all to be found in the on-line section, meaning that you will have to apply or down load your applications on-line.
The four new scholarships are:
- Horatio Alger for students with a min GPA of 2.0 and an annual family income of less than $50,000.
- Ron Brown Scholars Program for Black or African American students.
- Pilot Recruiting Diversity Program for individuals enrolling in the AFROTC program.
- Chico State - President's Scholar Competition for students with high GPA's and who will be attending Chico in Fall '07.
ID cards will be handed out Wednesday at lunch in Colt Court.
“Vintage” Homecoming Dance is Saturday, October 14 from 8-11pm in the Pavilion. The attire is semi-formal, so don’t wear jeans, please! Advance prices are: $8 w/asb, $9 w/o asb; and $10 at the door. Presale begins 10/2 @ lunch.
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By Pamela Gutierrez, Courier Staff Writer
Returning Logan students will find that the Logan Media Center Staff has undergone some changes this year.
Language Arts teacher Michael Foster has joined the staff of the Media Center
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By Michelle Raskin, Courier Staff Writer
Anyone who spends more than a lunch period on Logan's campus will tell you that there is plenty of "cupcaking," or displays of teenage affection, at school, from simply holding hands to more amorous acts. Some students at Logan say these public displays of affection (PDA) are going a bit too far, while others don't care, or even enjoy watching.
"Cupcaking" is sweeter for some than others
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By Ron Hutcheson
McClatchy Newspapers (MCT)
WASHINGTON—A newly disclosed intelligence assessment that contradicts President Bush's claim that the war in Iraq has made America safer also casts doubt on the Republican campaign strategy for the November elections.
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William Cuthbert Faulkner (September 25, 1897 – July 6, 1962) was a Nobel Prize-winning novelist from Mississippi. He is regarded as one of America's most influential fiction writers.
Hear William Faulkner read from his story, "The Old Man," in RealAudio.
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