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Is Valentine’s Day Worth It?

February 15, 2018

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The ancient tradition of Valentine’s Day has brought both love and disdain to couples everywhere. From a partner successfully reserving a table at their loved one's favorite restaurant to completely ignoring the holiday, navigating...

Fans and Their Fiction

Elizabeth Panter, Staff Writer

January 29, 2018

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Though it’s popularity and even existence is unknown to many, fanfiction is quite popular. Simply typing the word into a search engine will pull up thousands of results. However, what exactly is fanfiction? Merriam-Webster.com...

How the War on Sexual Predators is Changing the Meaning of Sex

Dae Robinson, Overall Editor

January 28, 2018

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An explosion of sexual assault allegations has surfaced these past months, raising new questions and concerns on how to handle and react to such crimes. Twenty-three and counting well-known men have all lost their jobs due t...

Basketball or Football?

Cole Morse

November 14, 2017

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     The main sports-watching events for students attending St. Andrew’s Episcopal School occur during basketball and football seasons. These are times in which classmates may join together with the shared need for victor...

Why Indie Music is the Best Music

Evan Bowman, Opinion Editor

November 10, 2017

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Music is the one thing countless people can't live without. From driving to doing homework to just passing the time, music is prominent 24/7. Just like there are countless times for music there is also countless styles of music...

Spook Away These Offensive Halloween Costumes

Elizabeth Panter, Staff Writer

October 31, 2017

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Halloween is a great holiday to dress up in fun costumes. No one can go wrong with the classic witch or scary werewolf. However, there are many costumes to be left in the dark of the night.

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The American Education Epidemic

Dae Robinson, Opinion Staff Writer

October 25, 2017

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The United States of America leads the world’s economy, dominates global politics, and holds the highest standard of social liberty; however, our nation lags far behind in public education. Although there are thousands of above...

The Battle Between Long vs. Short Hair

Cole Morse

September 25, 2017

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What a difference a few inches can make! Though women prefer many different hair lengths, the most common are long and short hair. There are perks to having both hair lengths, as there are also disadvantages. Long hair tends...

Why Trump is Diplomacy’s Worst Nightmare

Evan Bowman, Opinion Editor

September 25, 2017

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Twitter is the go to social media platform for people to express their emotions. These short, 140 character “tweets” often become tirades that make the author arrogant and downright disrespectful. This becomes an issue...

Live TV VS Online Streaming

Elizabeth Panter, Opinion Section

September 20, 2017

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Imagine yourself settling down and watching television. Are you watching cable TV or a streaming site such as Netflix?

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The Great Cats vs. Dogs Debate put in Purrspective

Dae Robinson, Opinion Staff Writer

September 11, 2017

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Like most kids, the cats vs. dogs question was a huge part of my childhood. I had many intense arguments with my fellow third graders over which pet trumped the other. At times, the conversations would grow heated and Mrs....

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