What Happened to Our Lunch?

By Yong   Although we settled down quite a bit, at the beginning of the year our school was loud with complains about our lunch service. So why did the school made the change from what seemed to satisfy students to a choice with so many problems? To understand the reason, we must first look […]

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Isolation By Choice

By: Shivya   Passing a tiny island, you see people wading through the water. They’re pointing at your boat, so to be friendly, you wave. The next thing you know, you’re looking for cover as an arrow passes above your head. And, while in shock, you do your best to get the hell out of […]

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Don’t Let Vape Cloud Your Judgement

By Roberto   Stop Vaping. It’s really that simple. In case you didn’t know E-VAPE is made of: 5% propylene glycol, glycerin, water, nicotine, and flavourings and it also contains 95% propylene glycol and glycerin. It’s been increasing from 2015 to 2018 (it went from 20% to 35.5% of the U.S population). Basically, more people […]

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A Desperate Plea For Democracy

By Aidan As of two or so months ago, Venezuela’s inflation rate has reached a jaw-dropping 2.7 million percent as Venezuela’s economy only spirals further downwards, but the question on everyone’s mind is naturally, how did this even happen?  The answer to that lies directly in the Venezuelan president  Nicolas Maduro’s blatant mockery of a […]

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Come Back Old Pals: Pen and Paper

By Yunik Avoid the privacy sucker. Accept pen and paper In ancient Egypt, there lived a wise King named Thamus. One day he was visited by god Theuth, an inventor of many useful things. God Theuth came to share his new discovery, “letters”.  “Letters will grant your people wisdom and intelligence.” However, King Thamus refused. […]

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The Right to Not Be Right

By Scarlett   To be free is saying what you want. To be free is doing what you want. To be free is having a say in something even if it is not necessarily what you believe in…at all.  Because, how is there a line drawn to something that’s sole purpose is to act on […]

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Online Security: Things you Know but Don’t Change

By Romane (Christianne Nates) – photo credit Every day 2.77 billion people are active on social media. Knowing what dangers can occur to us, why does it seem like we don’t do anything about it? We need to be aware of the dangers. We need to stop being so comfortable with this platform. We need […]

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Does The Pakistan Cricket Board Support Terrorism?

By: Manas   India and Pakistan, a turmoil that is even seen in sports, and this time it wasn’t anything different. Pakistan have made a lot of senseless statements in the past, but this time it was a bit extreme. In February a terrorist attack allegedly carried out by a Pakistani terrorist group called the […]

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Happy Belated Brexit

By Liam   Out of the frying pan, into the fiery pits of Parliament. Brexit, Britain’s exit of the European Union, still has made no progress on a decision since 51.9% of the population voted to leave in 2016’s referendum. British MPs who have spent their terms selling brexit now find themselves disoriented in a […]

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