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The Bobcat Prowl

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The Student News Site of South Windsor High School

The Bobcat Prowl

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Truckers and Officers Come Together to Stop Suicide

Truckers and Officers Come Together to Stop Suicide

April 30, 2018

13 semi trucks stopped beneath a bridge in Detroit to prevent a man from committing suicide. Around 1am, April 24th, police received a call about a man threatening suicide by taking a jump off a bridge...

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What to do about Apu: Voice actor speaks up

What to do about Apu: Voice actor speaks up

April 26, 2018

Voice actor of  ‘Apu’ on ‘the Simpsons,’ Hank Azaria, is “willing to step aside” from voicing the controversial character. April 24th, On The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Azaria stated...

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Mind’s Eye March Coffee House

Mind’s Eye March Coffee House

April 19, 2018

Mind’s Eye Arts and Literary Club hosted what many are calling the best coffee house of the year Thursday, March 29th. With another lineup of incredibly talented SWHS student and staff performers paired...

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Staying at Tamara’s; an Album Review

Staying at Tamara’s; an Album Review

April 16, 2018

As a fan of indie music, I understand how rare it is to hear the music I listen to on mainstream radio. As cloyingly sweet and auto-tuned pop music tends to overtake the airwaves, a break from that is...

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Oklahoma Teacher Strike

Oklahoma Teacher Strike

April 5, 2018

Oklahoma teachers walk out of classrooms and seize the floor of the Oklahoma state capitol building to demand better education funding. For the second day in a row, schools across the state are closed...

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College Student Running for State Senate

College Student Running for State Senate

March 28, 2018

21 year old democrat Will Haskell is running for Connecticut State Senate. Just past the legal drinking age, this “youngin” is challenging State Senator Toni Boucher in Connecticut’s 26th district....

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Remington Gun Company Goes  Bankrupt

Remington Gun Company Goes Bankrupt

March 28, 2018

The United States’ oldest gun manufacturer, Remington Outdoor filed for bankruptcy this Sunday, less than a day after the country erupted into massive protests against gun violence. After 200 years of...

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A Win for the Unsung Heroes of Spectrum

A Win for the Unsung Heroes of Spectrum

March 5, 2018

In an incredible feat, Choral Spectrum’s Spectrum Band took home the ‘Best Band’ award at the Daniel Hand Connecticut Classic show choir competition on March 3rd. Their stunning musical accompaniment,...

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Kim Possible Comes to Life

Kim Possible Comes to Life

February 13, 2018

Disney is making a live-action movie of iconic early 2000’s show Kim Possible. In a February 7th tweet, Disney announced the upcoming film now sending social media into a frenzy. Many teens remember...

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Flu From Hell

Flu From Hell

February 6, 2018

This year’s flu season is the worst since the swine flu outbreak in 2009, killing over 46 kids and sickening the country. Hospitals across the nation are overwhelmed, some forced to rent triage buildings...

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Get to Know Mrs. Morgan-Hostetler

Get to Know Mrs. Morgan-Hostetler

January 16, 2018

For the past few months, Mrs. Morgan-Hostetler has been a bubbly, pleasant, smiling face seen often walking the halls of SWHS. Starting early this year in her job as a new Associate Principal, Mrs. Morgan-Hostetler...

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Atlantic Humpback Dolphins are Going Extinct

Atlantic Humpback Dolphins are Going Extinct

January 8, 2018

The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)  upgraded the atlantic humpback dolphin onto the list of ‘critically endangered’ species. The population of the atlantic humpback dolphin...

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Colorados Same Sex Marriage Cake Case Finally Reaches The US Supreme Court

Colorado’s Same Sex Marriage Cake Case Finally Reaches The US Supreme Court

December 12, 2017

On December 5th, the  United States Supreme Court listened to testimonies on a topic they never thought would be brought before the justices: cake. Yes, cake. The case surrounds a Colorado same-sex couple...

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Spirit Week Kicks Off with Decades Day

Spirit Week Kicks Off with Decades Day

October 19, 2017

Spirited students of SWHS went all out for ‘Decades Day’ Monday, October 17th. From freshmen to seniors and teachers alike, no era of fashion went unrepresented. Classes were filled with hippies, flappers,...

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