Archive for February 16th, 2018

Uniforms in an Age of Expression

In an age of self expression, it might seem ludicrous to force a strict mandate of clothing on students, but some feel there are great benefits with doing so, and that expression would not necessarily be hurt. The debate between having lenient dress codes which allow students to wear what they want, so long as it is within reason, and […]

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Love Across the World

Love fills the air all over the world on Valentine’s day as couples and friends come together to show each other love and appreciation across countless cultures. From dining at a romantic setting or giving a box of chocolates to a crush, the day of love is celebrated in a myriad of ways throughout the world, no shortage of creativity in […]

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A Day of Lust and Love

A time for union and cheer, Valentine’s Day is a day set aside for lovers and friends to show their love and appreciation for each other in unique and romantic ways, but the origins of this celebration may not be as pretty as many are lead to believe. The “Roman” in “Romance” The true origin of the celebration has yet […]

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A New Kind of A.P.

A New Kind of A.P.

Empires fall, religions split, and lead scribbles on paper in the brand new Advanced Placement European History course. World History teacher Colleen Bonner has been integrated into the world of Advanced Placement, or AP, teachers. This semester has seen the start of her AP European History course, inspired by a group of students who had her their freshman year. “Students […]

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