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Voting and the Importance of Civics Education

Joseph Callahan, Senior Editior

March 30, 2018

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For many Millennials, voting is a civil right not often exercised. While previous generations fought and bled for the right to vote, not all millennials take civic engagement seriously. Some members of older generations may blam...

Media re-enforces teen stereotypes

Mikayla Kudron, Reporter

January 30, 2018

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 Think back to when you were in middle school, or maybe even younger. What did you imagine highschool being like? Was it comparative to Mean Girls, with a lunchroom organized by social status? Maybe it was similar to the TV show Glee wh...

Is Water Wet?

Is Water Wet?

January 19, 2018

80 Second Editorial Questions-Winter Edition

December 19, 2017

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80 Second Editorial Questions

Are Body Cameras The Solution To Police Brutality?

Edric Parker, Opinions Editor

December 6, 2017

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As a child many of us are introduced to police officers as protectors of the law. Cops are viewed as real-life superheroes. In the eyes of the youth, they are praised for the duty they serve as they put their life on the line...

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