A Letter to the Senior Class: Don’t Give Up Just Yet

A Letter to the Senior Class: Don’t Give Up Just Yet

Caroline Foley, Staff Writer

November 28, 2016


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Last year, I wrote a letter addressing my class as juniors. In that letter, I expressed hope and optimism toward senior year, as many of my peers did.  This year, however, there is a palpable change in attitude among us. I, along with many others, have never struggled more than I have this year, and it’s ...

The Evolution of Women’s Rights

The Evolution of Women’s Rights

Katie Clark, Staff Writer

November 28, 2016


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As the Presidential Election comes to a close and our next president, Donald Trump, comes to power, it is important to look back at our history as a country to see how far women’s rights have come. In 1848, over 300 men and women gathered in Seneca Falls, New York under Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth...

Democratic National Committee left embarrassed by proof of corruption, moves forward unaffected

Democratic National Committee left embarrassed by proof of corruption, moves forward unaffected

Matt Di Michele, Staff Writer

November 8, 2016


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Amid a presidential election that becomes more unbelievable at every turn, many Americans are truly sick and tired of hearing out the terrifyingly inept leadership skills that have been displayed by the two major parties this election cycle. But the madness continues this week with the revelation that...

Why You Shouldn’t Support Hillary Clinton

Joe Demeis, Staff Writer

November 8, 2016


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Our country’s well-being is in jeopardy. According to washingtonpost.com, the United States is in 19.8 trillion dollars worth of debt. The national debt increases each and every second of the day. President Obama has added more than 7.4 trillion dollars to the debt since taking office in 2008....

America’s hated team: the New England Patriots

America’s hated team: the New England Patriots

Luke Henne, Staff Writer

November 7, 2016


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Although they are the Patriots, they are the team that almost everyone in the United States of America (not including the New England states) absolutely loves to hate. Why is that? Because they are really, really good, and they will continue to be for years to come. At the helm of the New England franchise is...

The Difference of School Schedules

Sarah Ierino, Staff Writer

November 7, 2016


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If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to go to a different school that has a different schedule style, read further into one school in Ohio that does things just a little differently. Not every school in the world has the same schedule, but even in the United States many schools have adapted their...

Minnesota stabbing proves the importance of the Second Amendment

Sydney Gibson, Staff Writer

October 31, 2016


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At the Crossroads Center mall in Minnesota, a man victimized ten innocent people and was shot down by an off-duty police officer. The attacker in his early twenties, Dahir Ahmed Adan, used a collapsible knife just three to four inches long to inflict injuries on his victims. The young Somali man entered...

Immigrants are the reason America is great to begin with

Krist Muñoz-Malavé, Staff Writer

October 31, 2016


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During the course of the 2016 Presidential election, immigrants have been at the center of the spotlight as Democrats and Republicans argue the value of these people. Due to this, there has been a notable rise in opinions that argue that immigrants are the reason many issues occur in the United States....

Why electoral vote projections act as a tool to discourage voters

Krist Muñoz-Malavé, Staff Writer

October 31, 2016


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If you've been following any of the recent numbers in the media talking about the race to reach 270 votes, you've probably noticed that all news sources have essentially declared Hillary Clinton as a shoe-in for the Oval Office and that is an issue. The biggest reason that this is a problem is because...

A History of Illness Surrounding the Presidency

Krist Muñoz-Malavé, Staff Writer

October 31, 2016


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Democratic Party Candidate Hillary Clinton's sickness has recently brought back the discussion of health in our Presidents. Should it matter what health our Presidents? Do the American people really care about this subject matter? Historically speaking, it appears that it does not. One of the greatest...

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