• From the Editor

    Erase The Waste

    by  • June 8, 2017 • Editorial, From the Editor, Homepage • 0 Comments

    Every year at the end of the summer the Office Depot and Staples commercials seem endless while millions of children of all different age groups embark on a new year of school. Parents and kids are convinced every year to buy the newest and trendiest school supplies resulting in parents spending an average of...

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    A New Beginning

    by  • October 27, 2016 • Editorial, From the Editor • 0 Comments

    Honestly, being the Editor-in-Chief of The Blue and Gold newspaper has been such a surreal experience so far. In 2012, I was fresh out of middle school and new to high school. I felt like a fish out of water.  I was just a freshman who did not know what he was really getting...

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    The Roman Catholic Church: Contracepted

    by  • February 4, 2016 • From the Editor, International, South American News • 0 Comments

    The Catholic church outlaws contraception as it believes that forms of birth control are associated with promiscuity and adultery. But with the rise of Zika virus,a mosquito-borne virus which is most prominent in Latin American countries, causes symptoms including fever, rash, and joint pain. But the virus is more threatening to pregnant women as there is growing evidence “that Zika...

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    Second Semester Seniors

    by  • February 2, 2016 • From the Editor • 0 Comments

    Senioritis is starting to appear in full force, and while many seniors may feel that it set in earlier than the second semester, the de facto start comes when the last college application is sent in and the first semester ends. The idea that many cling to is that with the applications done, and the midyear...

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    Social Democracy: Socially Acceptable?

    by  • January 27, 2016 • 2016 Presidential Election, From the Editor • 0 Comments

    In the recent months of this year’s presidential election, much fire has been tossed back and forth between candidates. While much controversy has risen around almost every candidate, I’ve noticed much dissatisfaction with candidate Bernie Sander’s social democratic plan for the United States. While some completely misunderstand the meaning of the phrase confusing it...

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    The Power to Change the World

    by  • January 26, 2016 • From the Editor • 0 Comments

    Some of the first computers were created with the intention of solving specific mathematical problems or making the rote calculations that were often done by mathematicians and workers more manageable. Over time, the technology has improved immensely, and as a result we are able to enjoy computers as devices of entertainment and luxury rather...

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    GE is Welcomed to Boston

    by  • January 14, 2016 • From the Editor, Homepage • 0 Comments

    Come 2018, General Electric Co. will be fully established at its new home in the Seaport District of Boston. Originally located in Fairfield, Connecticut since 1974, GE decided to make the move to Boston “after being offered a massive package of tax breaks and incentives.” The company had been looking to move locations for...

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    Money Makes the World Go Round

    by  • January 12, 2016 • From the Editor, Homepage • 0 Comments

    As college applications are being wrapped up, many students feel like they have finished the biggest task of senior year. But when acceptances come and decisions are being made, one final component becomes extremely significant: cost. Too many students are finding their dreams dashed by huge price-tags and less than ideal financial aid, and...

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