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At this point in the year we have been going to school for a little longer than a month. As everyone knows, this is the time when tests, class prep, clubs, and extracurriculars really start to pick up.

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In today’s world, cultural diversity is ever more present than before. Just by walking around communities across DASD, scrolling on social media feeds, reading new books, and streaming movies, we have the opportunity to take in more new ideas and diverse cultural perspectives than previous generations.


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Maycie Kulp ‘24

As temperatures drop and school picks up I am sure you have noticed a drop in energy and a need for more sleep. Many blame this on the return to school, the homework, and the hours spent exhausting your brain on tests and note-taking, but perhaps this is not the only reason for your seemingly sudden drop in energy.


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Camille Klingen ‘24

Welcome to The Howl’s premier installment of “Common Roots,” an interview series providing insight to Wolves of STEM’s past, present, and future. As we begin another year of timed writings and coffee drinking, the staff and students of Downingtown STEM are reminded of our common roots within this community.


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