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Better safe than sorry

Logan Battin, Contributing Writer

October 1, 2015

       It is better to be safe than sorry in almost all cases. Taking pre-emptive actions to be certain that a device in a school full of children is not a bomb should always be regarded as correct. Such was the scenario ...

Resentment and Paranoia in the United States

Alex Weidenhof, Contributing Writer

October 1, 2015

       The recent arrest of Ahmed Mohamed, a 14-year old Muslim high school student, for bringing a reassembled clock to school is a tragedy. But it is not exceptional. The United States has a long history of fanaticism wh...

Our candidates opinions reflect our judgments

Emily Greene, Contributing Writer

October 1, 2015

       The tragedy on Sept 11, 2001 permanently altered the American psyche, not unreasonably or surprisingly In the wake of this national tragedy, our society began trying to protect itself from more devastation. The resi...

9/11 bitterness a hindrance

September 15, 2010

On the recent anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, flags were hung, prayers were said, and tears were cried. Teens in school wrote down their memories of the day, and those who lost loved ones gathered for support. These are natural...

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