Gerrymandering: a legal, yet unconstitutional practice in government

Jacob Gottesman, Staff Writer

April 27, 2018

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While we live in a democratic country, there is a bipartisan issue that is threatening the legitimacy of our elections: gerrymandering. Gerrymandering is the act of creating district lines in order for a specific political party...

Editorial: The walkout is just part of the movement

March 23, 2018

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A crucial part of political activism is persistence. People must follow through on their demands for the government. It is easy to go on Facebook and write a post about current events or march at a political protest, but your...

Editorial: We get it, you vape

March 23, 2018

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If one were to talk to both boys and girls, everyone would have the same feeling. Vaping is an epidemic. If you walk into any bathroom at any hour of the day, there is a very, very high probability that you will encounter someone...

Editorial: Deli-quality food for free? Sign me up!

March 23, 2018

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During the week of March 4, the cafeteria offered free breakfast every morning to all students.  The school decided to do this because many students are unaware that they qualify for free breakfast The week also provided students...

Policies for gun restrictions are a necessity for our nation

Jacob Gottesman, Staff Writer

March 23, 2018

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Though many shootings have taken place over the years, the Parkland shooting had a different effect on the country.  Protests demanding stricter gun control laws are on the rise, and students across the country are voicing th...

Register to vote in the state of your college to be an active citizen

Davida Harris and Sarah Finklestein

March 23, 2018

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Legally buying a lottery ticket is all well and good, and being able to go skydiving is even better, but the real importance of an 18th birthday is finally having the opportunity to cast your vote in an election and have your...

Counterpoint: Do Schreiber students segregate themselves?

Sydney Kass, Staff Writer

March 23, 2018

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With more students becoming politically engaged and socially aware, high schoolers have begun to apply “real world” issues to their personal situations.  A trend has arisen in which students test the validity of current topi...