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    Gail CaseyOct 17, 2016 at 7:18 pm

    A wonderful article Jade!!

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    Victoria Allen, School ArchivistOct 17, 2016 at 10:25 am

    I must say that I think that there is a great deal of anger around. On Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays I drive to School from my home up in Somers. I am invariably astonished at the anger, or shall I say, “road rage” that is evident on the highway. We have people who flash their lights when they are behind others who ARE going the speed limit, or even above it, because they want to pass. Then, we have people zooming in and out of traffic lanes, or gesturing wildly if they can’t get in to one lane or the other. I think, too, that this year’s election has brought out the worst in many people, with people yelling and screaming for one candidate or the other. Name calling is now ubiquitous, as is rage if someone belongs to the “wrong” political party. Tempers are flaring: let’s try to be an oasis of peace and calm in a world that seems overcome by anger.

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    David OlsonOct 17, 2016 at 10:22 am

    Thanks for this thoughtful article. We hope and expect that Sacred Heart students, like you, will continue to notice and address issues of social justice as we all work to better the world.
    Well done, Mr. Olson

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