August 23, 2017

Posts from "Opinion"

  • Opinion | Nov.17, 2016

    Our Divided Nation

    by Lela Biggus ’18 Opinion Staff I think we’ve all read plenty of opinions this week. In fact, from the news media to snippets on Snapchat to your dad ranting on Facebook, there are enough extreme opinions on the Presidential…

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  • Opinion | Nov.10, 2016

    The Next Four Years

    by Taylor Godfrey ’19 Asst. Opinion Editor Watching the results from the 2016 Presidential Election pour in on Wednesday night, I was completely panicked. And not just “really hoping my candidate wins but I will be okay either way” panicked,…

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  • Opinion | Nov.10, 2016

    Students Deserve Sick Days Too

    by Hannah Paxton ’19 Opinion Staff As someone whose primary concern at college is attending all of my classes and ensuring that I maintain good grades, there is one thing I deem to be more important than school, and that…

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  • Opinion | Nov.10, 2016

    Under Pressure

    by Allison LaBelle ’20 Opinion Staff Race To Nowhere, a documentary produced by Vicki Abeles in 2010, examines the pressure put on teenagers to excel. This documentary highlights the idea that today’s teens are put under far too much pressure…

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  • Opinion | Nov.10, 2016

    Stop The Pipeline

    by Kevin Copp ’18 Opinion Staff The Dakota Access Pipeline and its intrusion on the sacred lands of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe has finally started to make some headway as major news recently, but it still remains outside of…

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  • Editor's Column | Nov.10, 2016

    Let Us Not Lose Faith

    by Jacquelyn Kelley ’17 Associate Editor-in-Chief As America faces what was once an unimaginable outcome, anxiety overcomes me. This presidential election, the first one I had the privilege of partaking in, has been nothing short of disorienting. Here I am…

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  • Opinion | Nov.10, 2016

    Is It Thanksgiving Yet?

    by McKenzie Tavella ’18 Opinion Staff Halloween has ended, and now everyone is wondering, where is Christmas? However, let’s take it one step at a time. Even though Halloween is over, there are still plenty of upcoming events to look…

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  • Opinion | Nov.03, 2016

    FBI Falls Short of Political Neutrality

    by Carolyn Walsh ’17 Opinion Co-Editor Last  Friday, FBI director James Comey announced that the Bureau would be further reviewing the private email server Hillary Clinton used during her time as Secretary of State. Comey’s supposed reasoning for doing so…

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  • Opinion | Nov.03, 2016

    Casting Your Vote: Trump

    by Courtney Day ’19 Guest Opinion Regardless of who you plan on voting for, it is impossible to argue that Donald Trump does not have substantial experience as a successful American businessman. His intense work ethic and love of America…

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  • Opinion | Nov.03, 2016

    ‘Ken’ We Please Discuss This?

    by Brianna Abbott ’17 Opinion Co-Editor Although the country can’t agree on much anymore, most people can agree that the series of presidential debates for the 2016 Presidential Election was more like reality TV than policy review. Name calling and…

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