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News Story #1: Football

The Morningside Mustangs Football team is looking pretty good this season. They are at a perfect season with one last game to play before the playoffs. Every game so far has been a blowout, just like their last game against Concordia where the score was 50-0. When I talked to Head Coach, Steve Ryan, he was very pleased with his team.( Interview with Coach Ryan.) They think this year will be the year that they will go all the way to Nationals and win! Go Mustangs!


News Story #2: Art Club

The Morningside Art Club is a small club and most people do not know about it. The art club is for anyone who is interested in art or wants to learn about art. The cool thing about art club is that you don’t have to be an artist to be in the club. One of their quotes is, “Bad artists wanted.” (Interview with the president.) There is an upcoming event and they are always looking for new members. The meetings are at 4 o’clock every Friday in Eppley. So come check it out!


News Story #3: Science Story

How can a disorder have one name, but then change when you turn into an adult? Not only does the name change, the symptoms change too. ADHD (attention deficit hyperactive disorder) also known as ADD (attention deficit disorder) changes to AADD (adult attention deficit disorder). Two to four percent of adults experience the symptoms of AADD which include: procrastination, being unorganized, inattentiveness, and having a hard time with difficult work. However, this is different in children.

If you have a child with ADD they will not have the same symptoms as you will have. Children with ADD tend to experience inattentiveness because they will hear noises all around them that adults can generally tune out. Adults with AADD generally tend to experience a hard time with multiple tasks or any tasks because they don’t have the motivation. If you have the hyperactive part of the disorder the symptoms are different than in children too. Children are always on the move and have a hard time of sitting still, where in adults they feel restless and have a hard time doing multiple things at once. This can also be seen as thinking before you think.

If you experience any of these symptoms you might want to get tested for AADD. It will make a big difference.

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