There are so many different choices available for students
wanting to get an insight into possible jobs for the future,
writes Bailey Henry, of Logan Park High School.
Messing with the network neutrality of the internet would
be a big mistake, warns Nick McMullan, of Logan Park Park
Though you will see the occasional group of adolescent peers
playing their Nintendo DS consoles together, they are a dying
breed in the Year 13 common room at Logan Park High School,
writes student Nikolai Sim.
For Finn Butler, musical inspiration can be stirred, or even
shaken, from almost anywhere.
On the outside, it is just another big rig.
‘Hi, How Are You?' is the sixth self released album by artist
Daniel Johnston., writes Max Lequeux of Logan Park High
God. The name has been bandied about a fair bit over the last
few centuries, and the concept has been causing troubles for
even longer, writes Reuben Henderson.
Out of the fern covered path she comes, a forlorn silhouette
amongst a vast sea of green.
To many, Aiden Gall is just another face in a tide of pupils
flowing to another class.
It's 2010 and today's teenagers are a uniquely built bunch.
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