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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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Teens Around the World

By: Ila Bumagin, Sophomore Teens these days. All we do is talk about ourselves and how special we are, how Gen Z is unique and weird, and what a difference we’ll make. But we certainly have a lot to say, and instead of talking about myself (I could do that forever), I decided to interview […]

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An Inspiration: Nelson Mandela

  By: Nadia Warab, Freshman  “A winner is a dreamer who never gives up,” said Nelson Mandela. Those words inspired the world. I did not know who he was when I was younger, but I often heard that quote in texts. It was not until December 5, 2013 that I learned his name, when old […]

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Christmas Walk

‘Tis the season of celebrations and town traditions. As the holiday season descends upon us, many of us have already decided how we will be greeting it. Houses have started to be decorated for Christmas or Hanukkah, Thanksgiving being only a flash in the frenzy of buying and preparing. The boy scouts have started selling […]

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