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EDITORIAL: March

In light of recent events, students on campus may have begun to think about how each minute of life can affect them and those around them. These topics begin an avalanche of questions that students may ask themselves, such as ‘What was the last thing I said to my parents or friends?’ or ‘What if today was my last?’ As the students may deal with questions like these, The Feather would like to encourage them to become aware of their actions.

While high school students are only 13 to 18 years old, unexpected accidents or tragedies can occur. And though it may not be something that students enjoy contemplating, the seriousness and long-lasting effects that can ensue when an accident happens are something to outweigh the hassle.

As many students go about their day joking with friends and family, there is also a time for showing loving actions towards those very same people. Whether is may be remembering to tell parents to have a good day at work, or informing friends of appreciation, the last impression left on anyone is important.

The FC community has learned, through the death of a campus parent, that time is precious. No one can predict when accidents will happen, so The Feather prompts students to consider their actions throughout the day.

When you left class, did you make your teacher feel inferior? Students may not realize how much their words and actions affect the others around them.

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