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2017 Protests and the Mainstream Media’s Double Standard

Samuel Kim, Staff Writer

March 9, 2017

Filed under News, Op-Ed

2017 will be known as "the year of protests." The Women's march and the anti-Trump rallies are both notable examples. However, did you know that conservatives have been protesting as well? Probably not. All around the world,...

Is Social Media Too Much Social?

Kathryn Hopkins, Sports Editor

March 7, 2017

Filed under Op-Ed, Uncategorized

Let’s be real.  I bet I could guess the first thing you see in the morning and the last thing you see at night.  Could it be your cell phone?! I was right, wasn’t I?  Now, when you checked your phone, do you find yourse...

Cooking for a Cause

Cooking for a Cause

February 23, 2017

Another Airhead?

Janet Song, Staff Writer

February 9, 2017

Filed under News, Op-Ed

From the Three Village School District website, January 30th, 2017: “We believe the individual who is confirmed to serve in this national position should be one who possesses a depth and breadth of knowledge in educational law, practices instructional standards, on both the state and federal levels, to ensure proper ove...

Chelsea Manning: Traitor or Freedom Fighter?

Samuel Kim, Staff Writer

February 7, 2017

Filed under News, Op-Ed

Some say that Chelsea Manning (formerly known as First Class Private Bradley Manning) is a freedom fighter. They say she released the horrible atrocities in the Baghdad airstrike and other known failures of the the government....

Second Avenue Subway FAQ

Second Avenue Subway FAQ

January 27, 2017

Merry Christmas vs. Happy Holidays: The Double Standard of Political Correctness

Samuel Kim and Darren Tung

January 14, 2017

Filed under Op-Ed, Showcase

Have you ever said "Merry Christmas" to a person who did not celebrate the holiday? Have you ever held back a joke because you were afraid it would offend someone? If you have asked these questions before, you may suffer from...

Is Russia to Blame? A look into Russia and the 2016 Election

Janet Song, Staff Writer

January 14, 2017

Filed under News, Op-Ed, Showcase

Allegations of Russia’s potential involvement with the 2016 election has only left Americans pointing fingers at each other to blame for the results. The exact details of how Russia “hacked the U.S. election” remain uncl...

A Short Winter Break

A Short Winter Break

January 2, 2017

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