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A House (And Senate) Remain Divided

A House (And Senate) Remain Divided

Maureen Hines, Staff Reporter

December 12, 2018


Filed under Op-Ed

In wake of the recent election, it has become very clear how divided America’s politics are. In November, Democrats managed to take back the House of Representatives, ending up with 234 seats to the Republicans' 199. The Republicans managed to hold onto the senate, ending up with 52 seats to the Democrats'...

Regina Dominican Should Bring Back Exam Exemptions

Regina Dominican Should Bring Back Exam Exemptions

Beth Gillespie, Editor-in-Chief

December 9, 2018


Filed under Op-Ed

Final exam season is upon us, and students of every grade have begun to frantically study as much as they can. Many desperately try to maintain the grades they have accumulated in their classes, hoping these dreaded exams won't bring their grades down. Yet, this was not always so. In the past, Regina...

Why Should We Question Classic Literature?

Why Should We Question Classic Literature?

Beth Gillespie

October 1, 2018


Filed under Op-Ed

What makes a piece of literature a classic? Is it popularity over time that changes a book from being merely “good” to being “classic?” What standards are there to determine whether a book has truly earned this metamorphosis? Are they books that deal with deep topics related to human nature?...

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