Some Student Viewpoints on Online Learning

Evren Ozgu, staff writer

May 28, 2020

Students have mixed feelings about online learning and whether or not it is effective. Some students are a little on the fence and have nothing particularly nice or harsh to say about it. Others either dislike it, since they d...

People have a right to protest the Quarantine even if it is Dangerous

Simon Innaccone, staff writer

May 6, 2020

While the country has been on lockdown since mid-March, many disgruntled citizens have taken to the streets to protest their isolation. While some of the characters’ motives are questionable at times this has spawned an inter...

Is homeschool effective enough?

Kalina Kornacki, staff writer

May 5, 2020

So is homeschooling better than public schooling?

Some Ideas on How to Survive the Quarantine

Suzy Lalancette, staff writer

May 4, 2020

Throughout the past month or so, everyone’s been dealing with a lot. With the spread of Covid-19, there has been a lot of stress and tension in the air. People have started to get antsy in their homes and have been ready to ge...

Diagnosis: Pandemic is Bad for Trump’s Re-election Chances

Janie Wu, staff writer

May 4, 2020

Before the pandemic hit, President Donald Trump’s main reelection strategy was to focus on the booming economy. The fortunate state of the economy pushed Trump’s approval ratings into the high 40s, and it was speculated he m...

Should Professional Sports Teams Un-Retire Numbers for Incoming Players?

Brandon Fowlis, staff writer

May 4, 2020

The Dolphins should not un-retire their franchise's best player of all time in order to give it to a rookie quarterback.

From No Homework Weekends to No Homework School Year

Marilyn Keating, staff writer

May 4, 2020

Quarantine has taught us that homework is just not essential.

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April 1, 2020