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Aurora shooting- Twleve people died in a Colorado movie theater on July 20.

Olympics- America was one of the many countries at the London Olympics that started on July 27.

“I disliked ‘Call Me Maybe’ by Jepsen because I felt it was very overplayed and the song has very obnoxious lyrics,” junior Leah Syverson said.


Neil Armstrong died- He was 82 years old and died of complications from cardiovascular surgery Aug. 25

“My favorite movie of 2012 was ‘Les Miserables’ . The best scene for me was when Anne Hathaway sang ‘I Dream a Dream,’” junior Amber Davenport said.

Sandy Hook- A shooting at a Connecticut elementary school killed 26 people on Dec. 14.

Newsweek ends- On Oct. 18, Newsweek announced that their last issue would be released December 28 because they moved to online.

Hurricane Sandy- The deadly storm did the most damage to New York and New Jersey on Oct. 29.

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Kony 2012 - A campaign started on March 5 by Invisible Children to raise awareness and stop Joseph Kony, a dictator in Nigeria who enslaved kids and forced them in his army.

“The Dark Knight Rises”- The final installment of the Batman series made $160,887,295 in the U.S.

FreefallFelix Baumgartner fell from the edge of space to break the world record of 128,000 FT. on Oct. 14.

Lance Armstrong stripped of medals- He was accused of using steroids while cycling and was taken out of the record books on Aug. 20.

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Super bowl in IndianapolisThe New York Giants beat the New England Patriots on Feb. 5.

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12 events in the U.S.:

“The Hobbit”- The prequel to the Lord of the Rings trilogy made $84,617,303 in the U.S. They started filming on March 21, 2011 and filming ended on July 6, 2012.

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Most seen movies of 2012:

Same-sex marriage- During the Nov. elections three states (Maine, Washington, and Maryland) voted to allow same-sex marriage.

Re-elections of ObamaIn November President Obama was re-elected with 332 electoral votes.

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“The biggest event I feel that happened in 2012 was Hurricane Sandy because I feel it affected a lot of people financially by people losing their jobs, emotionally by having their homes swept away, and physically by injuries caused by the storm,” freshman Holly Sparks said.


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