Table of Contents: Spring Edition 2012

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Tower Review Spring Edition 2012

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Happy reading, loyal Tower Review Fans!

I want to read the 'Tower Review,' but I can't see past my wrinkles!

Happenings:
RFH Honors Mrs. Fitzgerald as Teacher of the Year by Brooke
‘Jekyll and Hyde:’ A Spring Musical by Megan
RFH Blood Drive Saves 300 Lives by Megan
Summer Enrichment Program: A Chance to Continue Education by Davd
Bottle Cap Drive a Success for RFH Environmental Club by Devin
Dr. Seuss: A Legacy of Rhyme and Whimsy by Devin
Monmouth County SPCA Adotables by Madeline
A Westminster Dog Show Experience by Madeline

Culture at Large:
Weird NJ: Whipporwill Valley Road by Brooke
SOPA and PIPA: Acronyms Against Free Information by Alexandra
The National Cathedral: On Its Way Back to Stardom by Alexandra
Perspectives: Spring Break by Megan

Media:
Saying Good Bye to ‘One Tree Hill’ by Brooke
Titanic: The One Hundred Year Anniversary by Kaitlin
Naviance: A Site for College and Life Info by Kaitlin

Opinions:
‘The Hunger Games:’ All That It Looked to Be? by David
Van Gogh Up Close: An Exhibit Not to be Missed by Alexandra
Rumson-Fair Haven Turkeys: A Fight for Survival by Alexandra
Kitten Season is Fast Approaching by Madeline
Modern Day Fairytale: Real, or Make Believe? by Kaitlin

The Final Word:
An Open Letter to the Winter of 2011 by Megan
An Open Letter to Prom by Brooke
The Holiday Behind St. Patrick’s Day by Doug

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