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Another perspective: Who are you calling a snowflake?

March 29, 2017

Millennials have a lot of negative stereotypes about them. We’re entitled, lazy, we’re numb to acts of violence and we’re obsessed with social media and technology. But probably the oddest stereotype...

Trump is stronger than the leaks

March 1, 2017

President Donald Trump’s claim to fame may be his ability to create an extraordinary amount of jobs, in the political comedy and punditry industry.  For the last two years, Trump has enraged the general...

Lack of diversity in politics leads to strife

By Facebook page Andy Borowitz
February 15, 2017

It is tiring to watch old white men continue to lead this country into the dark ages. They are a misrepresentation of the United States and everything that we stand for, especially the ones who identify...

Businessman to president: Treating a country like a company

February 8, 2017

Donald Trump has signed many controversial executive orders just a few weeks into his presidency. These decisions have seemed to benefit money, power and selfishness rather than unity, love and acceptance. Possibly...

EPA censorship threatens environment further

February 8, 2017

In a decision that will have a chilling effect on a major government agency’s ability to disseminate information, President Donald Trump instituted “a temporary suspension of all new business activities”...

America, your privilege is showing

February 1, 2017

During Donald Trump’s campaign, my eleven-year-old sister asked my parents, “Why does he hate my people?” She was referring to Asians as ‘her people’ since she is adopted from China. With this...

We must keep the arts alive, despite Trump threats

February 1, 2017

We cannot afford to live in a black and white world, when up until now we’ve been living in a world of vibrant colors. We cannot afford to let theaters, universities and museums across the country suffer...

Division: Half the country kept quiet

Division: Half the country kept quiet
November 16, 2016

  The winner of the 2016 Presidential Election was announced in the early hours of Wednesday, Nov. 9 and since then, it feels as though the world has been turned upside down. The Electoral College’s...

An American abroad: Observing the new presidency while overseas

November 16, 2016

“I’m sorry. I am so sorry for your loss.” My friends from Norway, the United Kingdom and France said to me as I assume my seat in class. Here in Paris, France where I am currently an exchange student,...

Vote “no” on question two for all students

November 9, 2016

In the recent history of American education, charter schools have arose as an ‘alternative ‘option for parents whom live in failing public school. A "no" vote on question two would not raise the cap...

A third party is still valid

October 19, 2016

If you voted in the primaries and did not get the outcome you would have liked, a third- party option is completely valid and in most cases acceptable. On Nov. 8, Massachusetts will go blue. It’s no...

For those still “feeling the Bern,” consider Stein

By Facebook page Jill Stein
October 6, 2016

Jill Stein. Never heard of her? Neither did I until recently. Jill Stein is running for President on behalf of the green party. With two abysmal candidates in Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, Jill Stein...

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