Thank you, keyboard warrior, for the outstanding gallantry you demonstrated in the comment section. Continue reading Students debate political opinions’ presence on social media
It’s Nov. 13. Days of advertising and anticipation have led up to this. All class instruction will be replaced by the school’s first Wellness Day. Continue reading Should there be another Wellness Day?
This year, spring break will be from Apr. 17 until Apr. 22, a mere six days. MCPS has also decided that this is not permanent and days could be removed from spring break if school is cancelled due to snow or other unforeseen circumstances. Continue reading Spring break threatened; students fear consequences
The most recent partial federal government shutdown began on Dec. 22 because the Democratic and Republican politicians could not come to an agreement on the budget to fund the government for the next fiscal year. Continue reading Shutting down the government: Is it worth it?
Let’s be honest, once the hype of the New Year’s passes, I’ll have forgotten about resolutions and will continue the same habits I had in 2018. Continue reading Resolutions deemed ineffective, waste of time
Getting good grades requires a year-long effort. Continue reading Is the beginning of the quarter more stressful?
The time to enroll in next year’s courses has come around, and the limited number of class slots has brought the question of mandatory electives back into the spotlight. Continue reading Patriot Points: Should gym, tech, art be required credits?