opinion – the Gauntlet
Last Tuesday’s debate was as civilized as the legendary Lincoln-Douglas Debates
Retirement home discussion goes off the rails
Jackson Nealis, Staff Writer • October 7, 2020
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The Supreme Court faces a major change in the next month.
Opinion: Save the court, don't fill RBG's seat
Jackson Nealis, Staff Writer • September 29, 2020
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Original art by staff artist, Evanthia Stirou, displaying the dangers of addiction.
Ansley's Column: Thoughts on addiction
Ansley Morris, Senior Writer • September 25, 2020
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Art by Evanthia
The Body Positivity Movement: healthy or harmful?
Caroline Pope and Evanthia Stirou September 22, 2020
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Cancel Culture is finding it
Cancel culture needs to be canceled
Ansley Morris, Senior Writer • September 18, 2020
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Annotations can be helpful, but what happens when you don’t know what to write?
Are annotations a waste of time?
Evanthia Stirou, Creative Director • September 4, 2020
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The "Me Too" movement, founded in 2006 by Tarana Burke, has sparked significant conversation and activism about sexual assault.
The effects and misconceptions of sexual assault
Maddie Cashen • May 25, 2020
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An underwater shot of the Marine students snorkeling.
It's time for you to take Marine
Kate Folkens, Staff Writer • May 18, 2020
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What better time than the present to start working on savoring these last few years at home? Original artwork by Evanthia Stirou
The unexpected opportunity of being quarantined
Caroline Gans, Staff Writer • April 30, 2020
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Being home and staying safe is important during this time but so is spreading positivity.
Stop social-media shaming people who don't quarantine
Allie Serterides, Associate Editor • April 28, 2020
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Kids need a place like the Main Street of old to fill the void of a central locale where teens can hangout.  Image from Wikipedia.
Let's breathe some life into our small town
Aiden Kovich, Staff Writer • April 24, 2020
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Since the school has decided to remain virtual, we should start online classes at 8:45 am.
It's time to start the school day at 8:45 am
Sophia Berry, Staff writer • April 23, 2020
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