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Editorial: Does Middle School Matter in Life?

Being a student in middle school, it can be difficult to grasp the fact that high school seems right around the corner. Many middle schoolers ask, “does what we do in middle school affect our high school and college experience?”—and in the bigger picture, our life?

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Editorial: The Four Way Race


Over a year has passed since the election cycle has started, and it has been a very long year. When Trump first started running he was thought of as a joke. Many rumors and scandals kept on coming out, each time getting crazier and crazier, but somehow more believable.

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Editorial: School Security

After school shootings all over the U.S. such as Sandy Hook and Virginia Tech, many schools and colleges are tightening up their security. But there has been very little to no coverage on how Quaker schools such as GFS and other schools with similar values have been balancing their Quaker values of community with the need to protect students from physical harm from weapons such as guns or knives. How can administrators be proactive about school security without going over the top? Continue reading Editorial: School Security

EDITORIAL: Defined Lines

You probably have heard the song “Blurred Lines,” but it’s a good chance you haven’t heard that it’s sexist, or for that matter, taken the time to learn why it’s sexist. It’s hard to believe that a song so widely played and so frustratingly catchy, a song named the Billboard song of the summer, and also the official theme song of the recent NBA playoffs, could be so blatantly offensive, but alas, Robin Thicke and Pharrell have achieved a new low.

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