Opinion
World

Arm The Veterans: Save The Students

Since 2013, America has suffered from nearly 300 school shootings. In other words, there has been an average of at least one school shooting per week for the past five years. Quite clearly, the signs that read, “This is a Gun Free Campus,” are neither preventing nor stopping such carnage.  America needs change. While stricter […]

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General Interest
Opinion

Spotlight On: Kalief Browder, Victim of the Justice System

The United States houses about 25% of the world’s inmates. With mass incarceration being at a high of 2 million, the system is bound to break. With the Kalief Browder story, it truly did. The Criminal Justice system’s duty is to give someone due process; they failed to implement that for Kalief Browder, a bronx […]

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School

500,000 Bottles Saved

In 2013, Marblehead High School’s graduating class donated an Elkay ezH2O filtered water fountain to the school. Located in the cafeteria, this machine serves numerous students each day. The fountain offers a traditional drinking spout, as well as one specialized for filling water bottles. Often when students take a drink or fill up their bottle, […]

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Creative

The Wandering Man

The Wandering Man* roams the streets Searching but never finding Lonely but never minding Restless eyes dart, target to target From a crack in the sidewalk To a bird in the tree From a paint chipped fence To his own bare feet Unsteady footsteps are hesitant; uncertain As if each next step is too burdened […]

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