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Trusting environment gives students chance for integrity, not academic dishonesty

John Park, columnist

September 30, 2016

Filed under Opinions

“Helga and Claus are partners for a project on the causes of the Great Depression. Helga has no research to support her arguments and makes up false sources, while Claus uses legitimate information. The pair compiles and turns in ... Read more »

Harambe doesn’t get honor he deserves

Jonathan Lee, co-opinions editor

September 30, 2016

Filed under Opinions

Hey South, I’m back. How was your summer? Nice! Mine was terrible. Yep, I have sad news, so get those tissues out. But don’t act like you’re surprised, you can’t spell opinion without “onion.” So you’re probably... Read more »

“Blonde” defies norms, reflects change

Gigi Cepeda, assistant opinions editor

September 30, 2016

Filed under A&E, Reviews

“It begins to blur, we get older,” Frank Ocean sings on the track, “Skyline To,” from his newest album, Blonde. “Summer’s not as long as it used to be, every day counts like crazy.” This line embodies everything that c... Read more »

Senior portraits miss meaning of senior year

Maeve Plunkett, asst. opinions editor

September 30, 2016

Filed under Opinions

For seniors, there are so many demands to be met before we leave, one being driving to Deerfield for your senior portrait. This requirement has absolutely nothing to do with the spirit of senior year and is a waste of precious... Read more »

EpiPen price hike raises concern, fear for patients

Sasha Vassilyeva, co-opinions editor

September 30, 2016

Filed under Opinions

In the last couple of years, pharmaceutical companies have been rapidly increasing drug prices and a few weeks ago, Mylan, a pharmaceutical company, skyrocketed prices of the EpiPen to a whopping $600. For those that don’... Read more »

Pointlessness of life harbors self betterment

Erica Gelman, columnist

June 21, 2016

Filed under Opinions, Web Exclusives

So, it sometimes seems like I spend the majority of my life as if I’m stuck in one of those cartoons where the characters wake up and although something different happens each day, they still all wear the same clothes and make the... Read more »

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