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Living World War I as it happened

April 27, 2011

Post & Mail photo/Phil Smith Columbia City High School students (L-R) Hope Feliciano, Morgan Pettigrew and Karlyn Coyle put the finishing touches on their project about World War I.

COLUMBIA CITY — History teacher Randy Hudgins wanted to give his Columbia City High School students a sense of being there in order to help them better understand the past events they were studying.
To do this, Hudgins assigned his Modern World History pupils to create a newspaper from the era of study — the first world war.
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