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The Quintessence of Romance- Barack and Michelle

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The Quintessence of Romance- Barack and Michelle

Posted on 20 January 2017

by Ibrahim Khajanchi (‘18) If people try to emulate a Hollywood relationship, they’ll likely find themselves caught in an entanglement of drama, deceit, and superficiality. Our beloved Kardashians stand as a testament to that. But, if looking for the actual epitome of romance, one need not look further than the White House. Yes, President Barack [...] Continue Reading

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The Visionary: Barack Obama and His Legacy

Features, Opinion

The Visionary: Barack Obama and His Legacy

Posted on 20 January 2017

by Patrick Peralta (‘18) After eight years at the helm of American leadership, President Obama’s time as commander-in-chief has come to a close. He will remain in Washington for a few years untill his youngest daughter graduates high school, then retire to the peaceful Chicago suburbs that he once called home, and where his historic [...] Continue Reading

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How to Become Politically Active

Features, News

How to Become Politically Active

Posted on 13 January 2017

By Elizabeth Griefer (‘20) The election season brought politics into the realms of many young adults. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump catered to the millennial vote, but both struggled with younger demographics. According to an article in The Atlantic, in the 2016 election, more young adults voted for someone other than than the Democratic or [...] Continue Reading

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How to Get Good at Baking

Features

How to Get Good at Baking

Posted on 11 January 2017

by Tulip Sengupta (‘20) As more and more people are becoming concerned with what they are putting into their bodies, baking is entering the spotlight. Many are attempting to make delicious desserts for themselves, in order to ensure they know what is entering their body. Culinary Arts teacher Mrs. Bridget Wiernik said, “Baking makes people [...] Continue Reading

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The Role of Media in Terrorism.

Features, News

The Role of Media in Terrorism.

Posted on 11 January 2017

By Malaika Jawed (‘17)     Specified as the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims, terrorism has plagued society since politics and religion have existed. The effects of terrorism go beyond immediate injuries and death as survivors often suffer post-traumatic stress, anxiety and depression. The economy often takes a hit with [...] Continue Reading

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From Russia With Love

Features

From Russia With Love

Posted on 03 January 2017

Ibrahim Khajanchi ‘18 As if the recent US presidential election weren’t convoluted enough already, disquieting news regarding possible Russian intervention in the election has emerged, and it brings a rogue wave of controversy, confusion, and a whole lot of finger-pointing. Russia, a country notorious for its cyber attackers, is suspected of meddling in the recent [...] Continue Reading

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