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How Should The Bond Money Be Spent?

Grace Hedlund and Kyra Walsh | Sep 19 2016 | in Student News

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 Fairview will receive its first bond in eight years of 21 million dollars from the district. In the next two to three years, the m...

New Social Media App Beme

Webmaster | May 17 2016 | in Student News

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The social media app Beme has recently been released on the major app distribution platforms. It seems to be gaining traction, but not m...

Prom Beats: Yay or Nay?

Jot Kaur | May 17 2016 | in Student News

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Fairview’s annual prom took place two weekends ago, Saturday April 30th, at the Sports Authority Field. Like any other year, the d...

New Mindfulness Program

Chloe Cope | May 17 2016 | in Student News

This year, a new mindfulness program was introduced to the students and staff at Fairview by counselor Matt Mowen and biology teacher Be...

Music Breaking Barriers: A Sensory Friendly Concert

Sara McCrea | May 16 2016 | in Student News

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Sometimes a person’s passion is so powerful that it can bring people together and break barriers. When Benjamin Tarasewicz graduat...

The Body Project

Grace Hedlund | May 13 2016 | in Student News

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The Body Project is a four week long workshop that helps adolescent girls promote a healthy body image, and to spread acceptance throughout Fairvi...

Meet the Candidates: 2016 Student Council Representatives

Varun Narayanswamy and Rachel Grushan | May 12 2016 | in Student News

    1. Why are you running for this position? Reagan Ba...

Club Spotlight: Students Against Human Trafficking

Chloe Cope | May 11 2016 | in Student News

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The Students Against Human Trafficking club, founded this semester by sophomore Courtney Cioth, works to get Fairview students involved in the fig...

The 2016 Yearbook Crisis

Rachel Grushan | May 11 2016 | in Student News

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After a rough year of sales, the 2015-16 Yearbook is officially printed and will be available for students to pick up this Friday, May 1...