OPINION: Saying goodbye to the best of the 2010s

By Stephanie Freda

January 24, 2020

As the decade draws to a close, many people, like myself, find themselves reminiscing on childhood memories, whether they be beloved TV shows, iconic movies or show stopping celebrities we all grew up loving. Before starting a...

OPINION: Employees need better scheduling

By Lauren Snerson

January 24, 2020

By the end of the classic five-day workweek, the average worker is more than ready for the long anticipated weekend. However, when it gets towards the end of the week, it’s more likely that his or her work ethic starts to decrease...

STAFF EDITORIAL: Stop the college drama

January 20, 2020

As the college application process wraps up and seniors finally begin hearing back from schools, they are introduced to a new source of pressure: Everyone wants to know their admission status.  The competitive nature of the college proces...

OPINION: Teenagers are more than just a grade

By Catherine Khitiri, Apprentice Editor

January 8, 2020

It is heavily established that school is probably the most stressful thing a teenager can go through. A high schooler’s main goal is to earn good grades in order to go to college. It is no surprise that getting into a college...

OPINION: Looks shouldn’t determine success

By Chris Rysz, Opinion

January 8, 2020

With competitive, higher education becoming a societal norm for one’s future, you would think that the standards of determining success would be on a merit-based achievement system. However, new research suggests a correlation...

OPINION: The whistleblower is a Trojan Horse for impeachment

By Chase Morrone, Opinion Editor

November 27, 2019

An unnamed whistleblower filed a complaint in August about a phone call President Trump made in July to President Zelensky of Ukraine; the Whistleblower said that Trump asked Zelensky to look into Senator Joe Biden’s son’s b...

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