How to start saving the world today
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How to start saving the world today

Lessons of conserving material and sustaining the Earth are punctuated throughout society. They’re folded into…

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Advocating for academic activities at RBHS
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Advocating for academic activities at RBHS

Support for RBHS is evident across Columbia. Parents sit on cold bleachers Friday nights at…

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Homework inflation leads to negative impact on students
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Homework inflation leads to negative impact on students

Inflation is an inevitable part of all economic systems. While on the surface, inflation seems…

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Late start policy beneficial
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Late start policy beneficial

For an entire straight week last winter, school was cancelled. On that Monday, CPS decided…

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Media too eager to use the ‘T’ word
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Sexualizing students based on clothing is unethical
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Sexualizing students based on clothing is unethical

Standardized tests do not test ability of teachers
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Standardized tests do not test ability of teachers

Early one Saturday morning, a high school senior sits down to the last of his…

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Apparent normalcy of shootings causes apathy
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Apparent normalcy of shootings causes apathy

Last Friday, Jaylen Fryberg shot five students at his high school in Marysville, Washington and…

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Buzz-in system leads to loss of freedoms
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Buzz-in system leads to loss of freedoms

CPS didn’t want it. Superintendent Peter Steipleman didn’t want it. Dr. Jennifer Rukstad didn’t want…

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Two sides to America’s new Middle East war
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Two sides to America’s new Middle East war

[column] USA not economically ready for a new war In John F. Kennedy’s inaugural speech,…

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