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ISABELLE CAULDINE
played by RACH

5th Yr. Prima Ballerina


SIMON THEODORE
played by BENBRYO

5th Yr. Theatre Geek


ISAAC CAULDINE
played by ASHLEIGH

5th Yr. Bandaid

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January 2009
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Snowy • Hi: 17º F • Lo: 4º F

Drivers should proceed with caution while driving on roads before they have been cleared. Up to two inches expected to fall overnight. For more information and updates on the weather, visit World News Broadcasting online.
Character Of The Month


ISABELLE CAULDINE
Played by Rach


A fifth year prima ballerina with a realistic lifestyle, a wonderful sense of humor, and a delightful plot. Congratulations go to Rach on winning this month's award!
DAISY, DAISY
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Pop! Goes The Cherry
»"Oh, WG, have you really know decency? This is kind of old news, but it looks like IC might have paid off a few people, like the true politician’s daughter that she is, to keep this little gem on the hush hush. But oh, IC, IC, don’t you know that nothing is safe from me?"

Oh, Baby, Baby!
»"Hey Harrimaners, sorry for my brief abscence, but I’ve been just too busy trying to keep track of all the gossip in this school to even be able to write about it! But this little piece of news was just TOO good for even a busy bee like me to pass up."



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»"Yet another car bomb went off in Iraqiranistan at approximately 3 PM this afternoon. Casualties were numbered at as many as twenty Iraqistanis, as well as three American soldiers, and thirty of both parties wounded. A statement has not been issued by the army as to the potential terrorists, but WNB is willing to guesstimate that Tyler Durden + Sack Of Mothballs = Big Explosion"

Maine to Pass Bill for Heavy Budget Cuts; Sports, Arts Suffer
» "Maine has been following the precedent set by several other United States school boards and has been cutting funding significantly to schools, especially for fine arts programs. While this mostly affects public schools, it will also affect a small number of private and magnet schools that receive fundings, grants, and scholarships for students from the government."
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  • Student Parking Lot


    Run-down Cadillac or shiny new Mustang, whatever your jallopy, you can park it here for safe keeping. Take them our for a spin on Saturdays or to drive into town, but without a special note students can't leave campus during the week.
    5 Topics
    49 Posts
    Tue Feb 24, 2009 5:55 am
    Eloise Harriman my favorite game [Isaac, closed.]
  • Dining Hall


    A large, Harriman-orange room with multiple long tables and a buffet at the end of the room for students to pick up three square meals a day. Make sure to clean up afterwards; the kitchen staff has to clean up, and they ARE the ones who make the food.
    2 Topics
    33 Posts
    Tue Dec 16, 2008 5:41 am
    Evalee DeMontclier Dinner at Harriman (open)
  • Dorm Gym


    Equipped with highly state-of-the-art workout equipment, the Harriman student gym keeps its students fit as a fiddle and ready to leap about the stage at a single bound. Health is key, after all!
    2 Topics
    8 Posts
    Sun Mar 15, 2009 6:37 am
    Isabelle Cauldine RUN [for fun!] Open
  • Boys Dormitories


    Each dorm fits up to four people. The dorms are set up according to grade. No girls allowed, of course!
    13 Topics
    150 Posts
    Thu Aug 06, 2009 1:43 am
    Will Gates i've lost my inhibitions [audie, closed]
  • 6th Grade Boys


    A small room with four bunk beds, plain walls, and plain carpet.
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  • 7th Grade boys


    A small room with four bunk beds, plain walls, and plain carpet.
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  • 8th Grade Boys


    A small room with four bunk beds, plain walls, and plain carpet.
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  • Freshman Boys


    A highly cramped, tight room, the odors of freshmen past residing along with the teenaged boys. Despite their previous three years at Harriman, freshmen are tormented just as at any other high school, and their room is easily the worst of all the boys'.
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  • Sophomore Boys


    Four bunk beds line the walls of a fairly average-sized room, plastered with posters and allegiances sworn to various bands and women. This room is highly messy, with two chests of drawers and even a small vanity mirror.
    3 Topics
    6 Posts
    Sat Nov 08, 2008 1:58 pm
    Simon Theodore Simon's Book O' Crap
  • Junior Boys


    Not quite as large as the senior boys' room, the junior boys have four bunk beds just like the underclassmen, however with considerably more floorspace, and their own bathroom attached.
    5 Topics
    76 Posts
    Thu Feb 26, 2009 6:01 am
    Saffron Wickersham {OPEN} Rise Of The Xbox
  • Senior Boys


    The seventh year boys dormitory is a dark place that precious few deign to venture into. The largest by far of all of the dorms, the seventh year boys have their own restroom, and their own post beds instead of bunk beds, two on each wall facing into the center of the room.
    5 Topics
    68 Posts
    Thu Aug 06, 2009 1:43 am
    Will Gates i've lost my inhibitions [audie, closed]
  • Girls Dormitories


    Each dorm fits up to four people. The dorms are set up according to grade. No boys allowed, of course!
    17 Topics
    89 Posts
    Thu Jul 09, 2009 11:26 am
    Simon Theodore fools rush in [simon, closed]
  • 6th Grade Girls


    A small room with four bunk beds, plain walls, and plain carpet.
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  • 7th Grade Girls


    A small room with four bunk beds, plain walls, and plain carpet.
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    0 Posts
  • 8th Grade Girls


    A small room with four bunk beds, plain walls, and plain carpet.
    1 Topics
    2 Posts
    Wed Mar 25, 2009 4:17 am
    Honey Lennesburg but she cries just like a little girl [open]
  • Freshman Girls


    The Freshman girls' dorm is not nearly as bad as the boys, simply smaller than the rest with ghastly pink walls and carpet, four bunk beds with two on each wall. Close quarters breed fondness! Or... murder...
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  • Sophomore Girls


    By far the most obnoxious of all the classes, this room has four large bunk beds and walls plastered with posters and self-done paint jobs from over the years.
    6 Topics
    32 Posts
    Thu Jul 09, 2009 11:26 am
    Simon Theodore fools rush in [simon, closed]
  • Junior Girls


    The second largest dorms, four large bunk beds line the PAINTED walls, and the junior girls have their own bathroom, as well as a large chest of drawers.
    3 Topics
    14 Posts
    Tue Apr 28, 2009 4:54 am
    Saffron Wickersham w h e n t h e s t r i p t u r n s p i n k [open to dorm mates & Gerard]
  • Senior Girls


    The largest of all the girls' dorms, with four poster beds and a large vanity, as well as their own bathroom AND shower.
    7 Topics
    41 Posts
    Mon Feb 09, 2009 9:45 am
    Nikki Johns Best Friends Suck {senior girls only? open?}

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