Should Eighteen Year Olds Be Allowed to Vote? The Short Answer is, NO

Alexis Leonard, J1 Staff Writer

April 18, 2018

Filed under Journalism I, Opinions

In 1971, the 26th Amendment deemed eighteen year olds as eligible to vote, but are eighteen year olds of today’s society equally qualified? The Amendment to lower the voting age to eighteen was a result of the rise in student...

Kids and Sports: All Kids Should be Required to Play

Giulia Pires, J1 Staff Writer

April 18, 2018

Filed under Journalism I, Opinions

Sports may not be every kid’s cup of tea, it may not even be yours, but every kid should play a sport. In this generation kids are more drawn to iPhones, TV, and video games than they are to playing sports. They are bigger...

March Madness 2018 Lived Up to It’s Name

Abrahim Karzai, J1 Staff Writer

April 18, 2018

Filed under Journalism I, Sports

The Villanova Wildcats defeated the Michigan Wolverines 79-62 on Monday, April 2nd to cap off another great season and win their second national championship in three years. The Cats, led by Coach Jay Wright and Player of the...

Give it Up for Spring Sports! Is Anyone Watching?

Giulia Pires, J1 Staff Writer

April 18, 2018

Filed under Journalism I, Sports

Spring sports do not get the credit that they deserve. By the time spring rolls around, everyone is so anxious to get school over with that they don’t really pay attention to the spring sports. It seems that when football...

Why Do Most Parents Treat Their Sons Differently Than Their Daughters?

Jocelyn Wade, J1 Staff Writer

April 10, 2018

Filed under Journalism I

Is the way that parents treat their sons versus how they treat their daughters based on how society treats women? Perhaps the reason that parents are more protective of their daughters and give their sons more freedom is a fo...

Glorified Thieves

Tiaret Mitchell, J1 Staff Writer

April 10, 2018

Filed under Journalism I

Cultural appropriation occurs when a dominant race takes in elements of another race’s culture. Cultural appropriation harvests cultural practices, often for profit or personal gain, and takes credit for it. This is somethin...

Private Prisons are Bad for America

Victor Arung Bate, J1 Staff Writer

April 10, 2018

Filed under Journalism I, Opinions

America. Home of the brave and land of the free. You might be surprised, however, that the US leads the world in prison population per capita. Adam Liptak of the New York Times reports that “The United States has less than ...

Gun Legislation Moves in the Right Direction

Kai Tresvant, J1 Staff Writer

April 2, 2018

Filed under Journalism I

Imagine kissing your daughter before her getting on the school bus and she never returns home. This is what happened to 17 families in Parkland Florida during a school shooting. In Parkland, Florida a mass shooting took pl...

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