Opinion
School
World

Will the College Board’s COVID-19 Plans Help or Hurt Over-prepared AP Students?

Amidst the coronavirus pandemic, students and teachers alike worried whether classes would be able to continue outside of a classroom setting. Amongst those speculators were students enrolled in Advanced Placement classes, who feared that the hard work they’d poured into their studies this year would not culminate in an end-of-the-year exam for college credit. Students […]

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Opinion
World

A Tale of Three Countries and Their Responses to the Pandemic

Everyone has been affected by the COVID-19 outbreak in one way or another. Some countries have taken unique approaches to deal with the virus, while others adopted mainstream policies and rules to manage outbreaks. I thought it would be interesting to take a look at how Italy and England decided to manage the outbreak within […]

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General Interest
Opinion

Social Justice or Just a Marketing Scheme?

In an era of social media vigilante justice and the increasing integration of advertisements into everyday lives, it’s time to reexamine the ways that advertisers use social justice to sell products. Generation Z, at least through internet mediums, is a politically active generation. During our young lives, we have seen the rise of social movements […]

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