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Opinion: The irony of the American extremists

Opinion: The irony of the American extremists

In the current American political climate, the contention between the two leading parties seems irreconcilable. The conviction on both sides could not be any more divergent. However, despite their vast ideological differences, Democrat supporters often share the same...

Opinion: Perfecting the art of inclusion

Opinion: Perfecting the art of inclusion

Art is for everyone ... except conservatives, it seems.  Especially evident in the political polarization of our time, there appears to be little room for conservatives in the realm of the arts and entertainment industries. According to the Daily Mail, 8 out of 10...

Anti-LGBTQ hate group protest at Claremont High School

Anti-LGBTQ hate group protest at Claremont High School

On the crisp fall morning of Monday, Nov. 12, the quiet college town of Claremont, California laid silent. Well, almost. Although Claremont High School students and staff had this particular Monday off due to Veteran’s Day, it was far from silent on the street running...

The Supreme Court through the ages

The Supreme Court through the ages

Looking back at recent history, certain American presidents have left bigger legacies than others and left varying degrees of permanent impact on our country. Something not often considered, however, is the legacy each president leaves in regards to the Supreme Court....

Opinion: The irony of the American extremists

AP U.S. History curriculum revision

Advanced Placement U.S. History is something that unites high schoolers nationwide, whether through those free response questions or the fun of document-based questions. But this year, when many of us take Advanced Placement U.S. History, or APUSH, there will be many...