Category: EDITORIAL

The senior lot needs traffic controllers

The senior lot needs traffic controllers

One of many expectations of being a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is getting a parking spot in the senior lot. Many students look forward to knowing that they won’t have to walk from the junior lot in the heat during their last […]

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Social media and news platforms are not bringing light to world-changing news

Social media and news platforms are not bringing light to world-changing news

Positive and negative events happen around the world everyday; however, only some of it is broadcasted for the public to see. Social media and news platforms such as CNN and Fox News continue to emphasize the bad events but show very little attention to the good events that […]

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Veterans deserve more respect and better resources

America is the home of the free for one reason: our veterans. No matter what your view of the government is, it is vital to acknowledge that the elements of government you do agree with are protected by the U.S. military, including the freedoms you […]

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The debate on vaccinations

The debate on vaccinations

Emma BrognaEmma Brogna is a sophomore that has a knack for reading and writing and sharing her opinions.More Posts

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School activities aid in exclusion among teens

School activities aid in exclusion among teens

When spirit week rolls around, most people are excited to show off their school spirit by dressing up for the specific days with all of their friends, and even more excited at the end of the week for homecoming. What about the students who may […]

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Why non-black people should not say the n-word

Why non-black people should not say the n-word

Why the n-word should not be used by non-black people and how it continues to affect minorities. The usage of the n-word has been a debate since the creation of political correctness. Despite the dark and oppressive history attached to the n-word, the black community […]

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Low teacher pay hurts both teachers and students

Guest editorial by English teacher Katherine Posada. Ask just about anyone, and they’ll tell you that teachers deserve to be paid more. Teachers are creating the future, they’ll say; we wouldn’t have doctors, lawyers or scientists if we didn’t have teachers. Politicians win elections by […]

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College cheating scandal reveals truth about wealth in society

Guest editorial by debate teacher Jacob Abraham. In his recent CNN OpEd, “Know who’s not surprised by Aunt Becky’s rule-breaking? Every teacher,” elementary school principal Gerry Brooks contends that we are all “Aunt Becky,” suggesting that we are all willing to bend the rules when […]

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Arms for Hugging. Students protest gun violence at March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C. on March 24, 2018. Photo by Emma Dowd

Arming teachers would only exacerbate the issue of gun violence

Ever since the firearm legislation debate began to pick up more media attention in response to the events at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, various policies from every side of the aisle have been proposed in an attempt to try and prevent potential gun violence. […]

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Matt Gaetz’s attitude should not be tolerated at a meeting about HR-8 again

Matt Gaetz’s attitude should not be tolerated at a meeting about HR-8 again

Matt Gaetz is an unprofessional and insensitive politician who only has an agenda of his own to follow, with no respect for Manuel Oliver, a Parkland parent whom he [tried to dismiss] during a meeting discussing HR-8, an idea for a potential bill regarding universal […]

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