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Welcome to the Saga Archives! You can read selected republished articles below, or you can view the list of all archived issues here. The Saga archival project was started in April 2016 in order to preserve the print issues of The Saga in addition to the more recent digital editions.

SAGA Archives: 2007, Cub Edition

SAGA Archives: 2007, Cub Edition

The year 2007 was a memorable year. In politics, this was the first year a women received a position House of Representatives, as well as a terrorist  arrest in the JFK Internatio ...

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Saga Archives: 1984, “Stereotypes Begin Early and Keep Individuals From Potential”

Saga Archives: 1984, “Stereotypes Begin Early and Keep Individuals From Potential”

During the height of the Cold War in 1984 the Soviet Union decided to boycott the Summer Olympics that were being held in Los Angeles. President Reagan was reelected and NASA laun ...

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SAGA Achrive: 2006, “Volleyball CIF #1 Seed”

SAGA Achrive: 2006, “Volleyball CIF #1 Seed”

In 2006 America saw a huge improvement in technology. NASA launched the New Horizon probe to Pluto, the billionth song on Itunes was downloaded. Sports wise, the Cardinals won the ...

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Saga Archives: 1981, “Foreign Students Feel Isolated”

Saga Archives: 1981, “Foreign Students Feel Isolated”

The Year of 1981 was a big year: Pac-Man had been introduced to the United States from Japan, President Reagan began to intervene within Libya and 52 US hostages were released fro ...

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Saga Archives: 2008, ¨What´s New?¨

Saga Archives: 2008, ¨What´s New?¨

Valhalla has had many improvements throughout the years. In 2008, there were multiple additions to the staff and the main building. Back in 2008, Valhalla welcomed a highly respec ...

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The BIG Move, Blast From The Past Article: November 27, 1974

The BIG Move, Blast From The Past Article: November 27, 1974

At the time of this article's original publishing, a lot was happening around the world. Stephen King produced his first novel Carrie, the Rubix Cube was invented along with the D ...

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