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Rioters Invade Capitol Hill

Co-written by Colin O’Malley  UPDATE (1/7): This article has been adjusted to signify that four people were killed in the riot on January 6th and that the woman shot and killed was from San Diego Early Wednesday afternoon, millions of Americans were stunned as a rally for President Donald Trump …

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The Gradual Reopening of Youth Sports

In addition to education and social activities, Covid-19 has impacted the cherished extracurriculars of many high school athletes. As empty stadiums bring gloom on school campuses, students long to reconcile with their beloved sports.  “During these strange times, I understand how it may be hard to get students back on campus …

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The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes

The odds were in Suzanne Collins favor when she released the prequel, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, to her hit trilogy The Hunger Games. Despite the skeptical nature of many long-term fans, due to its focus on the psychotic villain, President Snow, the prequel does the series justice.  The …

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Joe Biden’s Worst Nightmare

While Democrats gain confidence in former Vice President Joe Biden’s lead in the election polls, others note that their hope may be short-lived. Biden’s polls appear similar to those of 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who lost the election despite winning the popular vote. Clinton is often criticized for …

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Students Reveal Their Opinions on Reopening

With the USA death toll rapidly exceeding 224,000, Covid-19 has remodeled all aspects of modern life. Minor tasks, such as grocery runs and family get-togethers, have become potentially dangerous practices – while larger issues, such as education, prompt worry and dispute.   Decisions surrounding  the reopening of schools are changing with …

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The Rising Demand for Young Leaders in Office

As November approaches, the future of young voters will depend on two candidates – both of whom are over 70. Critical decisions for the country rest on men who qualify for senior citizen benefits; this fact emphasizes a desperate need for young people in government.  Powerful youth are pivotal in policy-making, as …

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The Impact of LGBTQ+ Cartoon Representation

In today’s entertainment, queer representation often drags a flood of controversy alongside it – often due to the backlash it faces from homophobic individuals. Despite this setback, however, television programs continue expanding their outreach to queer children at home. The Loud House, Gravity Falls, and The Legend of Korra are …

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