Month: October 2017

Discussing Democracy: Why Politics Should be Part of Education

By Olivia Gubel ’21 Every school across America has unique rules regarding current politics. Some ban the subject entirely, while others gently discourage the banter. Some even encourage debates among students. But should students have to be a certain age to partake in these discussions? Most students understand how heated arguments regarding politics can be,

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Hungry Hungry Students: How Assigned Lunch Periods Still Need Improvement

By Sophia Musante ’22 Student hunger has been an issue in the school community for years. The Administration has made several changes over the years to address this problem, the most recent being assigning mandatory lunch periods. While designating lunch periods has certainly helped, has it done enough to end student hunger? According to Eighth

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