Is Free Higher Education an Option?

Adaora Ede

May 19, 2016

In the wake of the recent shift in the 2016 Presidential Campaign with the dropping of major Republican candidate Ted Cruz, many eyes have shifted to the focus of the Democratic Party with the currently running candidates Bernie...

The Tax Haven Nextdoor

Adaora Ede

April 22, 2016

It feels like in this internet age of privacy and secrecy that more things are exposed than kept to ourselves. Our bank PINs, computer passwords, and smartphone locks do not evade the laws. This is how the internet-based Wikileaks...

Speech – With no Debate

Adaora Ede

March 16, 2016

The founding fathers gave American citizens a guarantee of freedom of speech after years of oppression from the British Crown. The First Amendment of the Constitution also grants us this right. However, the validity of this right...

Harford County Public School’s Ban on Baltimore Trips

Adaora Ede

February 28, 2016

Recently, the Harford County Public Schools field trip ban to Baltimore was lifted. Didn’t know anything about this? I didn’t know about it either. Frankly, I wouldn’t expect most of us to be aware of the ban, as the majority...

What’s the Deal with Black History Month?

Adaora Ede

February 8, 2016

For many, February marks the beginning of a new semester, the approaching threat of spring (yes! actual warm weather! Oh, the horrors) and getting cozy with someone for our fave holiday, Valentine’s Day. February, as the shortest...

Gowns without Genders

Mary Talbard, Editor in Chief

January 14, 2016

It’s Tuesday, January 5th, and you’re sitting in the auditorium. You think it’s going to be just another boring senior meeting, filling in minuscule details about fundraisers, yearbooks, prom, etc. However, the teachers t...

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