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Consequences in lack of student involvement outweigh participation benefits

Consequences in lack of student involvement outweigh participation benefits

Allie D'Angelo '20

March 6, 2019


Filed under Opinions

As administrative decisions grow ever more consequential, the need for student opinions is greater than ever. However, despite the countless surveys sent out by the administration in an effort to acquire perspective, many students refrain from taking advantage of such opportunities to say what we wa...

Kavanaugh nomination backed, pending FBI investigation

Kavanaugh nomination backed, pending FBI investigation

September 28, 2018


Filed under Breaking News

Daniel Harizman '19 The senate judiciary committee voted to send the nomination of Supreme Court Justice, Brett Kavanaugh, to the full senate pending a one week FBI investigation surrounding sexual assault accusations made by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford earlier this month.   “The due diligence needs to be done, a...

Public school students condemn Education Secretary confirmation

Molly Mahoney '18, Staff Writer

February 9, 2017


Filed under Extended Coverage, Top Stories

By Molly Mahoney '18 Betsy DeVos was confirmed as Education Secretary Feb. 7 when 50 senators voted in favor of her confirmation and 50 opposed it, forcing Vice President Mike Pence to cast his vote as a tiebreaker. Despite party alliances, Republican senators Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski...

[Nov. 2016 Opinions] Honored to spend my 18th birthday at the voting booth

November 22, 2016


Filed under Paper Archives

By Megan Brown '17   Election day fell on my 18th birthday and I could not have been happier to kick it off in the voting booth.  I walked into Long Lots Elementary School wearing 5-inch heeled boots and with my ID in hand. I was ready to go, but I had no idea what I was doing. Being one of ...

Meet the Candidates

Meet the Candidates

November 1, 2016


Filed under Features

By Daniel Harizman '19 and Nicole Dienst '18 ...

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