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People of Color Should Not Anglicize Their Names for Others

People of Color Should Not Anglicize Their Names for Others

Vy Nguyen, Opinion Editor June 11, 2021

My name. It’s the first thing I hear when my mom discovers another hoard of cups in my room. It’s what makes me grin when I actually know the answer to my teacher’s question. It’s what my three-year-old...

Co-ed Locker Rooms Are Necessary

Lecya Santiago, Op-Ed Editor June 11, 2021

When preparing for a typical sports game, people are expecting to see their own gender while changing. Though, is turning around and seeing someone of a different gender so bad? Is it okay to give...

Self driving cars run by AI could become commonplace not too far in the future. Image courtesy of forbes.com.

Artificial Intelligence Raises Privacy Concerns

Thomas Daniels, Sports Editor April 30, 2021

Imagine a world 30 years from now. Cars that self-drive instead of fly and drivers’ ed reduced to learning how to turn the car on. Factories will be fully automated and replaced by artificial intelligence....

School Should Be Fully In-Person Next Year

School Should Be Fully In-Person Next Year

Jackson Steiner, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

The ability to go up to a teacher and ask for help. Being able to converse and collaborate with classmates if help is needed. To be able to experience an interactive and effective learning environment...

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez bartends at a New York City restaurant  in support of a campaign to raise the federal minimum wage. Photo courtesy of slate.com.

Raising the Minimum Wage: The Small-Business Killer

Kathrynne Hester, Staff Writer March 27, 2021

The federal minimum wage being raised to $15 per hour would be beneficial for a lot of Americans. This is what so-called progressive politicians want America to believe. In reality, a $15 minimum wage...

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WandaVision: A Visionary New Show Pushes Marvel to the Max(imoff)

Jack Rose, Staff Writer March 27, 2021

The author of this article, like most of you, is human and therefore not perfect. If you notice any mistakes made in terms of Marvel canon in this article, please feel free to write feedback letting them...

The Type of Fan Base Determines Forgiveness for Canceled Celebrities

The Type of Fan Base Determines Forgiveness for Canceled Celebrities

Karina Gonzalez, Feature Editor March 1, 2021

The internet: a welcoming, creative, scary place. Like any middle school P.E. teacher will say: once something is on the internet, it’s there forever. As children, this warning had little effect as social...

Maintaining a Scholarship Requires Dedication

Maintaining a Scholarship Requires Dedication

Vivian Jung, Staff Writer February 28, 2021

A scholarship is one of the best achievements a high school student can make that not only looks great on their resume but also has numerous benefits to their immediate future. Whether that scholarship...

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The Cruel Secret Pet Stores Try to Hide About Their Animals

Emelia Crump, Staff Writer February 28, 2021

Picture this: I walk into my local pet store and find myself looking at the tightly caged up animals who want nothing more than a loving home. Before I can look on the rational side of things, I wonder...

Cartoon by Ariana Tackett.

How the Internet Influences Opinions

Thomas Daniels, Sports Editor February 28, 2021

Echo chambers fill the halls of the internet. Information is coming in at Mach speed in all directions, which creates a disorienting news cycle never seen before. Reactions to the news cycle come just...

Rocks that student organizations paint on the Gorge Mason University campus. Photo Courtesy of nytimes.com.

The Importance of Choosing College

Kara Lynch, Staff Writer February 28, 2021

Choosing if you want to go to college can be daunting. A college education is viewed differently by different authorities. Parents and school counselors who want the best for their children encourage younger...

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Trump Unjustly Impeached

Carolyn Bonafede, Copy Editor February 28, 2021

If a sense of déjà vu permeates the current news cycle, it is not a figment of the imagination. The House passed articles of impeachment against former president Trump, again, and the Senate acquitted...

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