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Humans of Mira Costa: Kyle Fiene

“One teacher once told me, his name was Mr. Marx, that my main objective in his class was to find the purpose. Now, everyday I walk around Mira Costa and look at every student and wonder what is their purpose? What is my purpose? What I’ve come to conclude is that my purpose is to…
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Katie Smythe

September 11, 2015

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“One teacher once told me, his name was Mr. Marx, that my main objective in his class was to find the purpose. Now, everyday I walk around Mira Costa and look at every student and wonder what is their purpose? What is my purpose? What I’ve come to conclude is that my purpose is to find a purpose. In high school kids are insecure, they wanna fit in with social groups, they wanna have fun, but what they don’t realize is that after high school comes college and then the real world. If you don’t know your purpose, well, I mean, I guess everything will just slow down. Life just wont be as easy as you’d think it would be.”

-Kyle Fiene, Senior

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Opinion: Inclusive sex ed saves lives

Opinion: Inclusive sex ed saves lives

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