BY VANESSA RYCHLINSKI
The history, the culture, the quirks — this is the rest of the truth that you don’t see on the eleven o’clock news.
BY RACHEL VAN GILDER
Students and adults alike have the right to not say the Pledge if they don’t believe in it. But they should have the respect to stand up.
BY MATTHEW GREEN
Contradictions have certainly been part of American politics ever since our slaveholding forefathers tried to ingrain freedom and equality as part of our political discourse
BY ERIC SZKARLAT
If you can communicate effectively, then you can communicate how you please. I don’t need the Grammar Police — the Big Brother of English — telling me how to say what I want.
BY LIBBY ASHTON
Too many children spend the first part of their lives in a world that leaves them feeling hopeless and insignificant.
BY NOEL GORDON
We should educate ourselves and others about the importance of mutual respect and acceptance.
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