The Patriot

  • Spring break starts Thursday, March 29 and ends on Monday, April 9

  • On Wednesday, April 11, there will be a 12:45 p.m. dismissal.

  • The freshman class breakfast will be on Wednesday, March 28 in the Brown Room

Women’s Volleyball

Women’s Volleyball

February 1, 2018

Men’s Soccer

Men’s Soccer

February 1, 2018

Women’s Soccer

Women’s Soccer

February 1, 2018

Increasing wages will boost prosperity

Amelia Bothwell, Community Editor

December 15, 2017

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Imagine working for 60 hours a week, nearly double the average 34.4 hours worked in the U.S., and barely staying above the poverty line. Now imagine doing this while supporting a family. This is the case for many minimum wage...

Economy will drop if wages rise

James Keller, Media Editor

December 15, 2017

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As demonstrated by the recent presidential debates, one of the major social, ethical, and economic dilemmas Americans face is whether or not it is feasible to raise the federal minimum wage. Minimum wage is defined by Investopedia...

Referees rely on instincts and training to make right call

December 12, 2017

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The fans chant behind him. The parents yell beside him. The players and coaches focus on him. Senior Francesco Buontempo becomes the center of scrutiny every time he puts on his black-and-white striped shirt. As a soccer refe...

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