Opinion: Male modeling is underappreciated

June 10, 2016

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By Melanie Montes '18 This is a common scenario: you walk into a store and the racks are full of elite fashion magazines like Vogue, Marie Claire and Elle, stacked one on top of another. You pick up one of them and lo and behold, th...

Staff Editorial: Animals shouldn’t always be blamed

June 10, 2016

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The Cincinnati Zoo found themselves in hot water after a 3-year-old boy climbed over the barrier and into the gorilla enclosure on May 28, which eventually led to the gorilla being shot and killed. While some believe that this...

Staff Editorial: World of politics in need of manners

April 22, 2016

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By the Editorial Board It’s a healthy part of today’s political customs to be able to debate with others who do not share the same views as you. However, with this freedom comes the responsibility to not only support you...

Opinion: Parents shape political ideology of children to a fault

April 22, 2016

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By Julia Maxman ’16 Kids take a lot from their parents. Their eye color, skin tone, height and other characteristics that shape children. Yet, another factor that many children will assume from their parents is political ide...

Opinion: Media fails the public

April 22, 2016

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By Jordan Alworth ’16 A first lady, a socialist, a Canadian and a business tycoon are all potential candidates to hold the most important office in the entire world. The attention surrounding this presidential race is heighten...

Opinion: Candidates’ intentions subject to skepticism

April 22, 2016

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By Ceana Cuello ’16 It takes a certain type of person to run for president. Most of the time people seek someone who is honest, educated and respectable to take leadership of our country. While looking for these traits in ...

Does It Bother You? Party polarization to blame for near extinction of the rare ‘moderate’

April 22, 2016

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By Patrick Glenn ’16 Does it bother you that people seem to be so radical on the political spectrum? In my experience, it seems that individuals willing to publicly express a political view tends to lean to one extreme or t...

Does It Bother You? Do you know what is underrated? Being hydrated

March 4, 2016

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By Pat Glenn '16 Does it bother you that no one in this school hydrates enough? When I look around the school, and watch my peers walk by, I notice one thing above all else: barely anyone is pumping their body with some much need...

Opinion: Remembering prom for the wrong reasons

March 4, 2016

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By Isabel Tabs '17 Some may call junior year their worst nightmare, not because of SATs or the pressure of college coming up, but because of prom. Your parents remember it as their best high school memory, but in the 1980s, ...

Opinion: Seniors deserve new opportunities

January 14, 2016

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By Tatum Pappas ’16 The best part about senior year is figuring out where you will head off post graduation. After the stress of applications is over, it is a complete waiting game, but once accepted — then what? We work so...

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