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Exploring pandemic responses, which one is best?

As America reaches its third month of quarantine and as 30 million Americans have filed for unemployment, when will it be appropriate to open up? Should we develop herd immunity or maintain our lockdown?

Graham Wood '20 and Prasaus Yeager '22, Staff Writer and Paper Opinions Editor

May 21, 2020

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Pass/fail grading system prompts discussion

Pass/fail grading system prompts discussion

Lyah Muktavaram ’22 and Anastasia Thumser '22

April 28, 2020

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Nationalism is rising, but is it necessary?

People are beginning to take charge with nationalism. Whether this is good or bad, is up for you to decide.

Prasaus Yaeger and Hannah Cohn

March 25, 2020

Underclassmen display mixed feelings over recent PSAT testing

With the PSATs coming up, students try their best to study using the student guide that was given out during the connections period.

Shira Zeiberg '22 and Tori Wilson '22

March 10, 2020

Early Decision application outcomes create too much stress for seniors

 Many students apply to their schools through the common application, a software that helps distinguish which applications are early decision (ED) and which are early admission (EA). Applicants are only allowed to apply to one ED school, but can often times also apply EA elsewhere.

Lily Kane '20, Broadcast Director

January 2, 2020

As a senior in high school, it is virtually impossible for me to escape the ever-increasing stress of the college process until I am in a school I’m happy with. For many seniors in my same position, these two weeks of mid-December are perhaps the most stressful of the entire year. With early decisio...

The evolution of school dances

As seniors look back on Counties they’ve realized it brought a lot of unnecessary stress and have regrets for not enjoying the dance. Current juniors are in the midst of that stressful time and seniors are going into Red and Whites with a fresh perspective.

Abby Fleming '20 and Mia Daignault '20

December 26, 2019

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