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Some 11th grade Mount Everett High School boys say that when they donned matching white tank tops for their yearbook photos this school year, they only were looking to display, in a silly, informal way, their camaraderie and that they meant no offense. But, when school officials saw the photos, they exercised their prerogative to determine that the photos “will not be usable.”


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Lisanne Finston believes in the power of community. The New Jersey native's background in social work and the ministry led her to become executive director of Gould Farm in Monterey, the country's oldest residential therapeutic community for adults.

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