Already, the yearbook staff at Miami Palmetto Senior High had snapped more than 3,000 photographs, capturing key football games, pep rallies, and the Homecoming dance. But on Nov. 20, someone entered the second-story yearbook room through a window, stealing $18,000 in computers and accessories. Stored on those machines: all the staff's work for the 2010 yearbook, reports the Miami Herald. 'My heart just sank,' said senior Dominic Bisceglia, the yearbook's editor-in-chief. 'We had done so much work, and all of it was lost.' The teens did all of their work on the eight iMacs in the yearbook room -- computers...

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