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Muslims gather at the mosque for Friday jummah prayer, starting off with listening to a lecture, khutbah, by ustadh Sohaib Sheikh. During Ramadan, Muslims can also come together at night to perform taraweeh prayer, in which long portions of the Quran are read.

Q&A: MSA members reflect during month of Ramadan

Shehzil Imran, Feature editor
April 8, 2023
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Water polo co-captain Avery Gallucci poses with a signed water polo ball. After high school, Gallucci plans on playing water polo in college and potentially making a career out of her love for the sport.

All-State star

Madeline Rivera, Editor-in-Chief
January 20, 2023
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Helena and Leon Isbell pose for a picture at a company holiday party for Keller Williams North Country Realty on Nov. 22. The couple have worked with a numerous number of children, taking special interest in helping children with autism experience the magic of Christmas.

Santa Unwrapped

Heather Wheeler and Krista Fleming
December 17, 2022
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Sophomore Sydney Etufugh prepares to do a flip off the bar at Texas Dreams Gymnastics on Nov. 7. Etufugh trains her basic gymnastic skills every Monday, paying special attention to beam, which she believes to be her weakest of the four parts of the sport.

Flipping for the stars

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
November 12, 2022
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ASL teacher Marta Mentesana guides The Signing Hawks national anthem team through preparations for their first pep rally. Auditions for the team were held Sept. 15.

Signing through language barriers

Rahma Shaikh, Reporter
October 5, 2022
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