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A shift in halloween

A shift in halloween

Se Kwon, Opinion Writer

October 29, 2019

Ahh, Halloween time. I remember the days when I would dress up as a scary witch or a High School Musical cheerleader. Also, in the movie Mean Girls when everyone went to a Halloween party dressed up in scandalous costumes and Katy showed up as a scary witch? Oh, how things have changed.  Halloween no...

The problem with modern education

America’s schooling system may be leaving some students behind.

Quinn Robinson-Duff, Staff Writer

November 29, 2017

The modern education system, designed to help kids create a future for themselves, is ultimately failing to do so. The system that we know today has changed very little since schooling became available to the masses during the 18th and 19th centuries. It was the rise of the industrial revolution and...

Second languages should be mandatory

Early immersion-based learning of a second language is key for lifelong fluency and language comprehension.

Jill Morton, Staff Writer

October 8, 2017

Bonjour! Hola! Kon'nichiwa! Ciao! Do you ever wish you knew another language? And I mean more than just how to say hello in that language or count to ten. Being able to actually fluently speak in a foreign language can be very helpful in a lot of ways. First off, it looks really good on your resume. This will all...

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