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TAEHS STUDENTS WEIGH IN ON DRESS CODE: FAIR OR DISCRIMINATORY?

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The TAEHS dress code gives guidelines for what types of attire are and are not permissible to be worn within the building. Edison’s dress code is causing quite a stir amongst the student body. Some females find the dress code

Stressed Out

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Contrary to popular belief high school freshmen are constantly stressed out and there are many factors that contribute to it.

According to research the three main causes of freshman year stress is performance anxiety, workload, and social standards. Many freshmen …

How Necessary is a College Level Education?

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High school students from different shops and grade levels determine if a college level education is required for their career choice. 

For some students, the extent of a college degree isn’t required. However, if you want to pursue a …

Should We Implement Mental Health Days?

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A majority of students seem to be more stressed than relaxed as we approach the end of the fall semester. 

With finals coming up along with projects, homework  and transcript grades, students’ schedules will only get busier. Not to

Should Students Enjoy Their Summer Or Start College Classes Early?

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Starting a new school is always sad for students. At least for college students, they can study whatever they want and for how long they want to, but students are not sure if starting in the summer before the fall

Is College Necessary for Success?

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Graduate high school.

Get a college degree.

Guaranteed success?

Not exactly.

Attending college has become the socially demanded path and getting a college degree has become a goal in the chase to achieve happiness. The only problem with the ‘college

Senator Anning’s Reaction to the “Egg Boy” Was Unexpected

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Senator Anning's reaction after getting egged on the head.
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On March 15th, 2019 a shooting occurred in New Zealand in two Mosques in the city of Christchurch. The terrorist posted a live-stream video of the killings that happened.

Senator Fraser Anning of New Zealand gave a statement blaming Muslim

To Check Or Not to Check?

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Teenagers are commonly on their phones, even while being around friends.
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A simple ring of a phone call, text message or Snapchat has the power to make a person stop in their tracks to respond, look down from their steering wheel and grow anxious not knowing who is trying to contact

The Controversy Of The “Egg Kid”

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Will Connolly in action, hitting the senator with an egg.

Many were traumatized by the tragic terrorist attack that occurred in New Zealand. As a result the people of New Zealand along with others around the world have showed their support for the victims and their families.  Although they showed

Who Is Contributing to Climate Change?

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A map of the global temperature of countries around the world.
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Brutal weather conditions and polluted air are what Americans have to deal with every day.

Climate change is a change in regional or global climate patterns. Temperatures have been 0.4% warmer than the average in January globally since 1981. Extreme