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Lost in Translation

Snovia Moiz, Voice Editor

December 17, 2013

There was a time when education was a privilege meant only for the elite. Tutors were hired for children of wealthy families, teaching two to three languages,  while the rest of the population could not even write their names. Today, education is a requirement for kids between the ages of six and 18...

Firewall changes ignite frustration


October 16, 2013

At the beginning of the school year a new firewall was put in place of the old. This put more restrictions on what content students have access to in their school day. On Sept. 16 students and teachers were not able to access classroom resources that would be approved by the old firewall. Access was...

Offensive books continue to astound students

Offensive books continue to astound students

Molly Wade, Co-Web Editor

December 6, 2012

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Opposing viewpoints part one: Why I support Obama

Trevor Nichols, News editor

November 5, 2012

This November, Americans will vote whether to keep President Obama in office for another four years, or elect Governor Romney to the presidency. For the following reasons, I support re-electing President Obama. I support Obama’s education policy. He has supported governmental programs to make college...

Standing on my SOPA box: Why anti-piracy laws sink to Davy Jones’ Locker

Trevor Nichols, staff writer

February 8, 2012

The Stop Online Piracy Act, or SOPA, was introduced last October by Republican Representative Lamar S. Smith of the 21st district of Texas. If passed, it will allow judges to issue court orders that ban United States internet providers from allowing access to websites deemed unacceptable due to unautho...

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