Student places anti-military advertisement in Warwick high school newspaper

A student?s anti-military advertisement in a Warwick high school newspaper has come under attack. The advertisement ?You can't be all you can be if you're dead? has become the subject of debate in the

News 12 Staff

May 29, 2014, 11:13 PM

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A student?s anti-military advertisement in a Warwick high school newspaper has come under attack. The advertisement ?You can't be all you can be if you're dead? has become the subject of debate in the Warwick community. The ad was placed in Warwick Valley High School's newspaper, the Survey, next to a row of tombstones. Both the school principal and the journalism teacher approved the ad. Superintendent of Schools Joseph Natale says the ad is in no way representative of his district.The identity of the student who placed the controversial ad has not been released, but he is apparently a member of the Bruderhof community in Sugar Loaf. The Christian based communal order preaches pacifism, but did not take credit for placing the ad.


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