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Editorial: An Outbreak Shouldn’t Be The Only Reason To Increase Health Efforts

March 10, 2020

As the world is learning to manage the crisis that coronavirus has become, people are taking large, over-the-top tactics to combat the disease. Scattered across social media are images of empty grocery store shelves previously...

Editorial: A Switch To Free Transportation May Help Save The World

March 2, 2020

After months of hype, Luxembourg's free public transport has begun. On March 1, Luxembourg made the switch to let residents ride buses, trams and trains for free. And no one needs a ticket to ride. The aim of this switch was to ...

Race Cases Symbolize More Than The Normal Case

February 24, 2020

The United States has dealt with numerous cases that have involved racial discrimination. From smaller, local cases to ones that defined America with the simple fitting of a glove, the court system is constantly placed in situations...

Editorial: Leaving The Mess of Climate Change For Our Generation To Clean Up

February 19, 2020

Sea levels are rising, temperatures are fluctuating and ice caps are melting. These changes are not just starting, on the contrary some have been happening for so long they are virtually irreversible. Despite years of research...

Editorial: Keep Newspaper In Print

February 12, 2020

Over the past few decades, it has become a commonplace for newspapers to either close or print less frequently. It has been said that print is a dying medium, with the internet being a more accessible tool for gaining information. ...

A Mandatory Quarantine May Be The Reason U.S. Is Able To Contain Coronavirus

February 9, 2020

On Dec 31, China announced an outbreak of an unknown respiratory illness in the city of Wuhan. The strain, which is identified as a novel coronavirus (or “2019-nCoV"), has exceeded the severe SARS outbreak in 2002 and 2003 in...

Editorial: Reducing Gun Control Will Only Repeat History

January 27, 2020

Thousands flooded into Virginia's capital of Richmond last week to protest new gun control measures passed by the state's Democratic lawmakers in January. To no surprise, clutched in the hands of most in attendance that day were...

Editorial: Meghan Markle Is Our American Princess

January 20, 2020

Earlier this month, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex revealed on Instagram that they planned to become financially independent. Since then, the media has had a field day with this information and everyone seems to have an opini...

Editorial: Child Trafficking Is A Real Problem In The Porn Industry

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November 13, 2019

Everyday, millions of people access the worldwide web that is internet porn and industries, like Pornhub, make lucrative amounts of money off of these viewers. Despite their massive profits, Pornhub has constantly turned a blind...

Alzheimer’s Robs More Than Memories

Isabella Chan

November 1, 2019

There is nothing like the look of excitement when someone remembers your face, it's the kind that makes you feel that you matter to them and are important — it's irreplaceable. But that heart warming feeling of recognition...

California Passes Bill To Start School Later In The Day

Natalie Dest

October 30, 2019

California recently passed the Senate Bill 328, which mandated for middle schools and high schools to start classes at a later time thus prompting the nation to discuss and ask the question everyone's thinking: would starting...

No One Wins With A ‘School Lunch Tax’

Carolyn Martin

October 21, 2019

Recently, a New Jersey school district has implemented a, "school lunch tax," in which some students would be unable to attend extracurricular activities, such as homecoming and prom, if they owe money towards school lunch. According...

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