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American airports are filled with visitors as the travel ban for dozens of countries has now ended.

America terminates the international travel ban for dozens of countries

Jolie Gefen ’24, Staff Writer November 18, 2021

Travelers from countries around the world are now allowed back in America as of Nov. 8. After almost two years of strict pandemic restrictions, travelers are now able to enter the United States. Although...

As shown by the statistics above, polarization is running rampant in today’s political climate. In order to keep our nation unified, we must respond by improving our stances rather than only denouncing others’.

Biden’s Connecticut visit alludes to severity of today’s political polarization

Giselle Oldani ’22, Web Managing Editor October 28, 2021

When President Joe Biden visited a child care center in Hartford, Connecticut on Oct. 15, he faced “yelling, cursing [and] the F-bomb,” according to Gov. Ned Lamont. These protestors were in the presence...

The transgender ban hampered potential for national growth and togetherness. Now that it is lifted, this country has a better chance of seeing more positive change.

Lifting of military ban on transgender people one step further to a better America

Anna Diorio '23, Staff Writer March 2, 2021

The societal limits placed upon transgender people are both unnecessary and harmful to the growth and welfare of our nation as a whole. Among the ideals of the Constitution is equality. By impeding on...

First Lady Biden brings education to forefront of American politics

First Lady Biden brings education to forefront of American politics

Rachel Suggs ‘21 February 11, 2021

https://anchor.fm/rachel-suggs2/episodes/FIRST-LADY-BIDEN-BRINGS-EDUCATION-TO-FOREFRONT-OF-AMERICAN-POLITICS-eq0778

If the Democrat Congress isn’t careful, they could lose their majority in the 2022 elections.

United government to not last long without caution

Jack Dennison '21, Staff Writer January 14, 2021

The 2020 election has revealed a great deal about the public opinion of American citizens toward the government. It showed that a lot of people were not content with Trump’s presidency, especially his...

Trump interrupts Biden during his two minutes on the impact that the coronavirus has and the lives taken from the lack of action taken by the Trump administration. Image taken from taken from C-SPAN

First Presidential debate proved lack of professionalism, maturity

Prasaus Yeager ’22, Paper Opinions Editor October 25, 2020

When I sat down to watch the Sept. 29 presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, I got more than what I expected. And I mean much more. One could argue that there were some hits of the 90-minute...

The presidential debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump was exactly what I expected it to be—a mess. Both candidates shouted and hurled insults at each other, and seldom answered the questions that were given to them.

Trump motivates base while Biden fails to lure undecided voters in first debate

Jack Dennison '21, Broadcast Director October 23, 2020

The presidential debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump was exactly what I expected it to be—a mess.  Both candidates shouted and hurled insults at each other, and seldom answered the questions...

Social studies teacher Suzanne Kammerman’s classroom board depicts the Democratic and Republican tickets as well as dates for the online and absentee ballots and Presidential and Vice-presidential debates.

Social studies teachers approach election education with confidence

Maya Hruskar ’23, Staff Writer September 26, 2020

The November election is coming soon, and everyone can feel it. A global pandemic, nationwide protests and, arguably, more political polarization than has ever been seen in recent history. With all this...

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