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Language classes provide future opportunities

Maeve Plunkett, asst. opinions editor

March 17, 2017

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How many of your classes are teaching you something today that you could use in ten years? Probably not many of them. Sorry, math teachers, I’m not usually calculating my velocity while I drive to the Jewel, I have a speedo... Read more »

Stressful burden of indecisiveness cured through taking risks

Sharon Kim, columnist

March 17, 2017

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The words in front of me blur as sweat cascades down my forehead, stinging my wavering eyes. I swallow the lump in my throat as I count the footsteps of the approaching man. I’m not ready... not yet. “What can I get you?” His question... Read more »

Math administers more than pure calculations

Al Solecki, columnist

March 17, 2017

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Good for you! You’ve voluntarily begun reading something that has the word “math” in it! Honestly even getting this far is a feat. Go you! Obviously some people truly love math, and that’s awesome, but for others it is ... Read more »

Test prep creates uneven playing field, unfair advantage

Maeve Plunkett, asst. opinions editor

March 8, 2017

Filed under Opinions, Web Exclusives

Two sharp number two pencils, a non-CAS calculator, a school ID and pink eraser shavings can only mean one thing: standardized testing season. Last year, I chose a different path than many of my peers. I chose not to do any te... Read more »

Chief Keef falls short of expectations

Anushka Kalra, asst. news editor

February 10, 2017

Filed under Opinions, Reviews

Chicago native Keith Cozart, better known by his stage name, Chief Keef, recently dropped an album titled Two Zero One Seven, a homage to the new year–although some of the lyrics probably should have stayed in 2016. The album co... Read more »

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