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Junior Editorial: Abolish the Death Penalty

By: Connor Jalbert, Junior The death penalty is the most immoral and merciless punishment in the United States. That it is legal in 27 of the 50 states is disgraceful. No human being should be able to determine whether someone lives or dies. I’m not the only person who believes this. Michael Eric Dyson, a […]

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Gun Control in the U.S.

By: Benji Boyd, Freshman Introduction Alongside abortion rights, gas prices, and infrastructure plans, gun control has become one of the main factors that will be deciding where Americans will cast their ballots this congressional midterm. As if the 345 active shooter events that occurred between 2000-2020, 45,222 Americans who died of incidents involving guns in […]

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World

Elections in the Philippines

By: Michael Piper, Junior On May 9, Ferdinand Marcos Jr. won the Philippines presidential election, triggering protests from activists concerned about human rights and democracy in the region. Marcos Jr, who goes by his nickname “Bongbong,” is the son of the former dictator Ferdinand Marcos, who ruled the Philippines under martial law from 1972 to […]

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Preparing to Vote in College

By: Alexis Earp, Senior Admission letters are received. Enrollment fees are paid. Students pack their belongings and move to a new place to continue their education. With all of the stress and excitement that comes with starting college, many students will forget about other important milestones that often coincide with the beginning of their post-secondary […]

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Brooklyn NY Subway Shooting

By: Talia Schwartz, Junior  On Tuesday, April 12, 62-year-old Frank R. James opened fire in Brooklyn, NY on a subway, shooting 13 individuals while injuring 10 others. James was arrested 24 hours later after calling a police line and revealing his location in Manhattan. According to investigators, James, wearing a gas mask, threw two smoke […]

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World

Attack on the Capitol

This event has left many Americans feeling disgusted and humiliated at the actions of their fellow Americans with how the rioters disrespected and attacked not only one of the most important buildings in America but also the process of a fair election.

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Politics

How Do We Stop Far Right Radicalization?

When the establishment media is fake news, anonymous Reddit users can be upheld as the arbiters of truth. Like cults, far right communities have their own terminology, which keep outsiders in the dark.

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