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Editor’s Column: Rising Rap Culture Among Teens

| June 5, 2017 | 0 Comments
Editor’s Column: Rising Rap Culture Among Teens

  In today’s increasingly hip-hop and rap oriented culture, many teens have been beginning to embrace such genre of music and producing their own tracks. Driven by the desire for fame, influence, wealth, or whatnot, eager high school students want to establish themselves in the industry. They are highly motivated and regard such a feat […]

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Apathy and Democracy; Not One and the Same

| May 22, 2017 | 0 Comments
Apathy and Democracy; Not One and the Same

With the recent impeachment of former President Park Geun Hye and the election of Moon Jae In in South Korea, great strides have been made with regards to politics in South Korea. Additionally, even more change is bound to occur in the political and social sphere of South Korea. The main catalyst for such great […]

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[Editor’s Column] The Beauty of the Hourglass of Life

| April 24, 2017 | 0 Comments
[Editor’s Column] The Beauty of the Hourglass of Life

While most biotechnology scientists have prioritized finding cures for cancer and other diseases, some recent biotechnology researchers and companies, like Google’s Calico, are hopeful of the dawning of the age of immortality. Debates between extending and perpetuating human life continue, and immortalists bicker about the method to achieve eternal life, whether it be by indefinite […]

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The Nomination of Neil Gorsuch: Termination or Emanation of American Values?

| April 17, 2017 | 0 Comments
The Nomination of Neil Gorsuch: Termination or Emanation of American Values?

The presidential nominee for Justice of the Supreme Court was confirmed Friday, April 7, following the use of the republican “Trump” card that altered the percentage of votes needed by the senate to nominate a potential candidate. Neil Gorsuch, current judge of the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, is regarded by conservatives as a heroic […]

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The Unique Experience of AMIS

| April 10, 2017 | 0 Comments
The Unique Experience of AMIS

“Amis” (pronounced [ah-mee]), or “friends” in French, is just one of the few things that high school participants gained upon returning home from their week-long trip to Luxembourg. From March 17th to March 19th, the best of the best from all over the world participated in one of the most highly regarded international music festivals […]

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High End Streetwear: Cop or Drop?

| April 3, 2017 | 0 Comments
High End Streetwear: Cop or Drop?

It seems to be everywhere. It’s at school. It’s predominant at public events. It’s promoted all over social media. But what is it, exactly? It is one seemingly simple phenomenon: streetwear. Originally, “streetwear” was a term used to describe a type of clothing or simple apparel that people wore in public, but in the past […]

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[Editor’s Column] Betsy DeVos Rises With New Educational Policies

| March 20, 2017 | 0 Comments
[Editor’s Column] Betsy DeVos Rises With New Educational Policies

Amongst many actions the newly elected Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has taken since joining President Donald Trump’s Cabinet, such as insulting middle school teachers, complaining about critics making her life a “living hell,” and making an ambiguous statement about the Common Core State Standards, she has also decided to implement a certain policy that […]

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