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Students Shouldn’t Feel Uncomfortable Talking About College

Bailey Smith, Staff Writer

April 14, 2014
Filed under Opinion

As March comes to a close and we roll into April, seniors are hearing back from their last few colleges and making their final decisions. For some, it’s... Read more »

Declare Your College Major Undeclared

Elizabeth Chenok, Managing Editor

March 14, 2014
Filed under Opinion

As senior students, you are 17 (or maybe 18) years old, and have the future ahead. Most live at home, aren’t allowed to drink alcohol legally, vote, get piercings without parental permission, or participate in 18+ activities... Read more »

The $105 Question: To Prom or Not to Prom?

Sarah Rockwood and Margaret Ross, Staff Writers

March 14, 2014
Filed under Opinion

Why blow $105 on a night of mediocre food, painful high heels, awkward date photos, and uncomfortable dancing to obscure music? Not including the money spent finding the perfect dress and shoes or renting a tux, Junior Prom costs... Read more »

Pro: Should 18-Year-Olds Sign Themselves Out?

Kate Laughton, Business Manager

March 14, 2014
Filed under Opinion

Turning 18 is the first step down the road to adulthood. An 18-year-old can buy lottery tickets and cigarettes, vote, sign off as their own legal guardian, and even refuse medical care after going down a ski patrol toboggan.... Read more »

Editorial: It Should be Acceptable to Die with Dignity

March 14, 2014
Filed under Opinion

Huntington’s, Parkinson’s, ALS... All diseases in which at one point or another you lose control of your body. Suicide is illegal, not to mention frowned upon by the common public. Many people view any form of suicide as cowardly... Read more »

Do AP Courses Actually Prep for College?

Grayson Judge, Staff Writer

March 14, 2014
Filed under Opinion

AP classes are hard. Everyone knows that. But still, students take them year after year. The gpa boost, college credit, and admission attraction draw students to take APs every year. But with these increasing numbers... Read more »