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The Electoral College vs. Popular Vote

Features, News, Opinion

The Electoral College vs. Popular Vote

Posted on 16 February 2017

Mike McDonald (‘19) The electoral college was created in 1787 to help elect the next president. Whichever candidate wins at least 270 electoral votes is the winner and next president. In the electoral college, each state has a different number of votes based on population which cast by electors (people chosen to represent each state). [...] Continue Reading

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Patriotism In and Outside of School

Features, News

Patriotism In and Outside of School

Posted on 10 February 2017

By Indira Walsh (‘19) From the time children in the United States start school at the tender ages of 4 and 5, they are taught that the American flag is to be revered. They pledge allegiance to a flag, often without even knowing what it means to dedicate oneself to a country. It is almost [...] Continue Reading

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WomenÕs March on Washington

News

Women’s March Demonstrates Solidarity Against New Presidency the Day After Trump’s Inauguration

Posted on 03 February 2017

by Malaika Jawed (‘17) Attended by at least 3.3 million people in more than 500 US cities, according to the University of Denver, the women’s march on January 21 was one of the largest demonstrations in US history. What began as a Facebook post just after the election, the march symbolized the start of what [...] Continue Reading

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swimming

Sports

How to Go from an Average Swimmer to the Next Michael Phelps

Posted on 03 February 2017

by Nina Claudia Soukhanovskii (’20) On November 17 and 18, five dozen swimmers gathered at the Snack Shack and anxiously waited for the 2016-2017 swimming team tryouts to begin. Each and every one of those students felt excited and slightly nervous, but they were all ready to win. However, after two long and tiring days [...] Continue Reading

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basketball

Sports

Basketball: The Ins and Outs

Posted on 03 February 2017

by Cassandra Vega (‘20)    Basketball has arguably been America’s favorite sport for over 60 years, as the National Basketball Association (NBA) for both men and women has gained an immense number of followers. This significant increase in popularity across the country allows for more students to expand their athletic boundaries. Though not everyone will [...] Continue Reading

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Jeff Sessions’ Danger to America

Opinion

Jeff Sessions’ Danger to America

Posted on 01 February 2017

By Indira Walsh (‘19) Photo courtesy of wikipedia.com Jeff Sessions being announced as Donald Trump’s candidate for attorney general is in many ways one of the more concerning cabinet picks. Sophomore Samira Mohamed said, “I think Jeff Sessions is a bigot and he has no interest in helping others. I also think that Sessions is [...] Continue Reading

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