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Bulldog Press:

February 2011: Volume 30, Issue 4

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Published by:
Judge Media
Published:
2/3/2011
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
32 pages Saddle-stitched
Category:
Education
Tags:
Adderall, Bosnia, Bulldog Press, concentration camp, gun laws, gun rights, high school, Judge Memorial, teen jobs

This issue of the Bulldog Press includes stories on students' jobs requiring flexible schedules, teens abusing Adderall, a student vs. food challenge, gun rights, and veganism. On the cover: Osman Talic, the only survivor of two concentration camps during the Bosnian civil war shares his experiences with Sabiha Masud. See page 19 for this amazing story of survival.

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