• Editorial

    The Power of Knowledge (And Why It’s So Constantly Taken For Granted)

    by  • March 17, 2016 • Editorial, Homepage • 0 Comments

    It wasn’t until I was watching the Democratic debate recently, while I was listening to presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders discuss the environment, that it hit me. Hydraulic fracturing–a topic I had recently covered in my science class–is more than just a unit that I had to memorize to pass another quiz....

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    Customize Your Ride

    by  • January 12, 2016 • Editorial, Homepage • 0 Comments

    Have you ever seen a car with its wheels slanted outwards? Don’t worry, it’s not broken; the car was actually purposely built like that. People spend countless hours perfecting their stance builds. Stance is when car-owners “drop” or lower their cars, so low that almost the whole car is touching the ground. Along with...

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    First Isn’t the Worst (But Second, Third, and Fourth Aren’t Bad Either)

    by  • December 17, 2015 • Editorial • 0 Comments

    As college application deadlines draw ever closer and seniors all around Malden High School begin the most intense session of cramming that their educational careers have ever seen, I’ve noticed a particularly troubling social trend amongst my peers; the stress and anxiety surrounding being the “best.” Alright I’m no star student myself, but I...

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    Pulling Our “Trump” Card: How One of 2016’s Presidential Candidates Revealed that America’s Liberties May be a Fleeting Idea

    by  • December 9, 2015 • Editorial, Opinion • 0 Comments

    Unless you’ve been living under the largest and deepest rock in recorded geological history, there’s a good chance you’ve been subjected to the numerous reports and countless headlines dominated by the one and only, Donald Trump. Whether you love him or hate him, there’s no denying in that his rise from political joke to...

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    Self-Interest Versus Solidarity

    by  • November 17, 2015 • Editorial, European News, From the Editor, International, Middle Eastern News, Opinion, Political Opinions, World • 0 Comments

    On Friday, November 13, France faced the deadliest attack on its soil since World War 2. Individuals associated with ISIS carried out numerous bombings and gun raids across Paris, resulting in the deaths of over 100 individuals, as well as the injury of hundreds more. While this raises many issues within France and other...

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    Editorial: Is it the End for Bacon?

    by  • November 9, 2015 • Editorial • 0 Comments

    In recent days, there has been yet another discovery that everything we do and everything we eat in America somehow causes cancer. The most recent victim of media-induced cancer hysteria? Bacon. Or more specifically, red and processed meats. The IARC (International Agency for Research on Cancer)  has published findings listing delicious red meat as...

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