The Masters to bring fresh faces, tough competition, record-breaking crowd

Ari Saltzman, Staff Writer

April 9, 2018

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The 82nd edition of the Masters gets underway today at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Today officially begins a major golf season with a lot of questions and storylines. Three players can clinch the career grand sla...

Doubt in faith important for maturity but not necessary for belief

Sydney Prescott, Staff Writer

April 9, 2018

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Can you have faith without doubt? This is a question asked by 73 year old Lesley Hazleton, who is an agnostic Jews that wrote a biography on the life of Muhammad. Her argument was the doubt without faith turns into only conviction,...

Political Moderation

Malcolm Durfee-O'Brien

April 9, 2018

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On February 25th, the California Democratic Party declined to endorse incumbent Senator Dianne Feinstein for reelection, with many delegates attacking her for being a "conservative" Democrat. This is part of a pattern in which...

High school flies by, important to enjoy little things, live in the moment

Heidi Heyden, Staff Writer

April 9, 2018

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Get this: 2008 was ten years ago. I know—it shocks me too. In 2008 I was both a kindergartener and a first grader who barely lost her first tooth and was taught bits of that year's presidential election from whatever news I...

Gun Control Movement

Malcolm Durfee-O'Brien

April 9, 2018

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For the first time in many years, teenagers have become invested in fighting for a major policy change in the United States, with thousands (if not millions) of students marching out of school on March 24th to push for changes...

Adults hypocritical, often more attached to phones than teenagers

Emma Whaley, Staff Writer

April 5, 2018

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Pretty much everyone over the age of 30 says the same thing about teenagers and cell phones. They claim we're all addicted. While this may be true for some teens, most of us aren't too bad. The idea that everyone under 25 is glued...

Prioritizing Students as One

Lizbeth Hermosillo-Najar, staff writer

April 5, 2018

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When I entered high school, I had my mind set on what career I was going to pursue and knew exactly what I had to do to get there. I understood that I was a teenager and that I would change my mind a lot the next four year on...

It’s time for ‘Time’s Up’

Anne Gallagher, Staff Writer

March 2, 2018

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Recently, there has been an uprising of people (specifically women) coming forward with sexual harassment convictions of celebrities via social media. After allegations of the famous actor Harvey Weinstein surfaced, an abundance...

Alternative school programs should be emphasized

Molly Ashford, Staff Writer

February 26, 2018

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Since I was a freshman, I have watched my friends and acquaintances have breakdowns over schoolwork, crying into AP textbooks. I have watched myself feel pressured to add as many high-level classes as I could into my schedule,...

Tourist traps are not accurate visions of a city

Grace Turner, Staff Writer

February 25, 2018

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Visiting cities other than the one someone lives in can show someone what life is like somewhere else and shows someone a new culture and customs.  However, there are some places that people visit that show nothing of living...

Young people don’t have basic cooking skills

Kaitlyn Engel, Staff Writer

February 23, 2018

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Following Christmas dinner, my family engaged in its annual post-meal discussion, which consists of the thank you’s and gossip about neighbors (who’s pregnant, who’s in jail, etc.). But it was during the thank you’s when...

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