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The AP U.S. History class curriculum should teach facts, not opinions. Courtesy of Princeton Review
The AP U.S. History class curriculum should teach facts, not opinions.

APUSH to stay true to curriculum

But the point of school isn't to influence students' beliefs, which countries to support and how patriotic they should be. Teachers need to give the facts.

Rated R for ridiculous

A new type of ratings system would force the MPAA to shy away from their prudishness and leniency towards violence, which is apparent in their current standards for what defines different movie ratings.

Op/Ed »

Tableting to the future

Although some disagree, MCPS has the right idea. However, the arrival of the tablets is long overdue and insufficient: MCPS should add tablets to students of every class and grade level.

Darren Wilson likely to escape punishment

The grand jury's delay in the case of Ferguson, MO police officer Darren Wilson speaks volumes about the ineffectiveness of our legal system, especially in certain states.

Humor »

You might want to double check that

It's (almost) 2015, which is supposed to be Blairís Eightieth 80th anniversary, and last time I checked, 2015 minus 1925 equals 90, not 80

Goodbye, penny

No offense to Abe Lincoln, but it's time for the U.S. to retire the penny.

Poll »

What's your favorite Halloween candy?
  • Kit Kats
  • Skittles
  • Snickers
  • Reese's
  • Hershey's
  • Starburst
  • M&Ms
  • Gummy
  • Raisins >.<
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