NHS students’ rights were violated
Up until the fall of 2009, I hadn’t given a whole lot of thought to breast cancer.
You could say that the death of my grandmother woke me up from my nonchalance. Sure, every October I’d been thrown statistics about how many women it affected, but nothing seems real until it’s at your front door.
Fast forward four years and I’m at my first Newton football game. For those of you who don’t know, I’ll be going back home soon and my friends have a “Bucket-List” they want me to finish before ending my short time in this town. While watching a sea of pink in the student section and smiling at the five students in the front row wearing shirts that, combined, spelled out “B-O-O-B-Z,” the fall air took me back to my first college football game four years ago, and my first high school game eight years before that. I don’t remember my high school ever having a pink-out game like Newton did Friday.
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