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Technology and Relationships: Not a Good Match

Aaliyah Khan, Opinion Editor

February 8, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Whether it be in school, work, or home, chances are that you will see someone fixated with their personal device. It is scary to think of how much technology has taken over our lives and how much we are addicted to our gadgets. Today,...

Editors’ Debate: Amazon: Labor Nightmare or Consumer Paradise? – Pro

Alex Schwalb, Editor In Chief

February 8, 2019

Filed under Editors' Debate, Opinion

Amazon has staked their claim as the premier e-commerce retailer in the world by supporting third-party sellers and providing convenient consumer-friendly services such as Amazon Prime. The company’s ability to provide consumers...

Editors’ Debate: Amazon: Labor Nightmare or Consumer Paradise? – Con

Phoebe Sessler, Staff Reporter

February 8, 2019

Filed under Editors' Debate, Opinion

With the ease and luxury that comes with Amazon and a Prime membership, our reliance on the online shopping conglomerate raises exponentially. While shopping on their sofas, many consumers fail to consider the detrimental side...

Bee There for the Bees, or Pay the Fees

Sofia Senesie, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2018

Filed under Opinion

We swat at them and boy, do they get angry. Their buzzing is annoying. They give painful stings, too. The facts, however, sting more than the bee. According to the Greenpeace website, eighty percent of the world’s pollination...

Editors’ Debate: We Dish…You Decide Homework: Time Waster or Grade Saver? -Pro

Kirsten Dorman, Editor in Chief

November 15, 2018

Filed under Opinion

In a world where it’s demonized as a tool to make students suffer, many fail to see the value of homework. While nobody looks forward to homework after a long day, it’s integral to learning.   Homework is a great tool ...

Editors’ Debate: We Dish…You Decide Homework: Time Waster or Grade Saver? -Con

Alex Schwalb, Editor in Chief

November 15, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Most students are introduced to homework at a young age, but is all the extra work helping students or harming them? Recent studies have shown the problems that come with giving students too much homework. These problems can inc...

Technology in Education: Not All It’s Cracked Up to Be

Aaliyah Khan, Staff Reporter

June 12, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Technological expansion is causing many schools to increase the use of electronics in education, but with teens spending the majority of their day using technology, there has to be a separation between cyberspace and education...

Technology Continues To Accelerate Student Learning

Aidan McHenry, Staff Reporter

June 12, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Technology is here to stay, so let the students use it. Rather than being pushed aside in schools, technology should be further immersed in the school community. This would greatly improve school life for students and teachers...

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