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Trigger Warnings

Josh Seipp, Opinions Writer

February 3, 2017

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Imagine walking onto the campus of your brand new college or university ready to start the next chapter of your life.  But then you see a roped off section of campus  with a big white sign with a poorly written “Safe Space...

New Pledge Law a Problem for Parkway South

Colby Ritchie, Opinions Editor

October 13, 2016

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The announcements every day during the the last block of the school day have always arose challenges for Parkway South. Getting people to listen and pay attention have always been among the largest difficulties but this year a ne...

Problems with Ac. Lab restrictions

Tatyana Murray, Opinions Writer

October 5, 2016

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HEY ! You right there do you have your orange card in your hand?” says the third hall monitor in the last 60 seconds. That is a small example of the rules to aclab that have progressed over the years and gotten worse. Some...

Sign me up for a new library

Michael Paul, Opinions Writer

October 5, 2016

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For the 2016-2017 school year the library is trying to cut back on noise and clutter by adding a signup procedure for lunch. Due to noise and space concerns the library added a signup sheet to cut back on the 70+ students added...

New food protocol

Katelyn Hutchins, Opinions Writer

October 3, 2016

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Were you ever the kid in elementary school who would always bring in snacks to school for your birthday or a special event? You know, the one who would always bring a cookie cake or cupcakes? I know I was. It was the best time...

The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend

Liv Salzman, Book Reviewer

October 3, 2016

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Never have I read a more charming story centered around the sleepy lives of Midwesterners than the one I found within the pages of Swedish author’s Katarina Bivald’s first outbreak novel, The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend. ...

How this Political non-sense came to be, and why it should be stopped

Colby Ritchie, Opinions Editor

May 10, 2016

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  People are always talking about low voter turnout and how it reflects badly about the state of democracy in America and if we are going to try to curb that problem we should at least understand why voters are so apparently un...

Farewell, South

Farewell, South

May 4, 2016

Hazlewood teachers

Liz Bruschi, Opinions Editor

March 30, 2016

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Ask any kid what their favorite subject is and ten out of ten times they will respond, “P.E., recess, and lunch!” Especially, in elementary school, physical education (better known as P.E.) is a time in the student's d...

Scalia

Krymson Hammond, Opinions Writer

March 30, 2016

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On February 13, a legacy lost his life. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died of presumably natural causes in his room at a luxury hunting ranch in West Texas. Scalia was appointed by Reagan in 1986 and has since been a fo...

RACE slows down classes

Colby Ritchie, Opinions Writer

March 30, 2016

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Parkway South this year started a new RACE (restate, answer, cite, and explain) for literacy, in an attempt to improve literacy of every single student at Parkway South. Idealy students would learn new reading strategies for all...

The invisible candidate

Samantha Ruland, Opinions Writer

March 30, 2016

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  “Constantly choosing the lesser of two evils is still choosing evil.” -Jerry Garcia The right to choose is the foundation of freedom. But what happens when you’re only allowed to choose between two options? Voting ...

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