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Graveyard Goodies

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Graveyard Goodies

Sara Dove, Copy Editor

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In the spirit of Halloween, our school’s anatomy teacher, Mrs. Little, baked graveyard themed cakes. The cakes feature up to eight graves each, including edible tombstones and crunchy bone candies. The cakes have a surprise twist–the names on the tombstones belong to her students. This is only fitting, as most of her students are wearing a skeleton t-shirt today.

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Sara Dove, Copy Editor

 My name is Sara Dove, and I am a 17 year old senior, as well as the copyeditor for The Coffee Press. I will be a member of Interact, Art Club, and Raider...

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