Many athletes have responded to the killing of George Floyd by voicing their opinions on social media or even taking to the streets themselves
The U.S. must take a leaf out of other developed countries' books and switch to universal healthcare
Reopening rallies put all protesters and non-protestors at risk and aren't anywhere near worth the risk of human lives
A pass/fail system unfairly rewards students for doing the bare minimum
Montgomery County Board of Education has to decide whether to leave room for better toilet paper in the 2021 budget
Gifting is a reflex that loses money and gains waste
A stack of cash is neither a show of thoughtfulness nor a spirited effort
Older generations have been mocking younger generations for years. Fast forward to 2019 and young people have clapped back with the term “OK Boomer.”
The NCAA made a new rule that will allow athletes to make money off their name, image and likeness starting in 2023. California was the first to pass this law, leading the NCAA in the right direction.
The healthier options are just one step in the right direction
New law effectively prevents anyone under 21 from getting their hands on tobacco products, but increased reinforcement is necessary
The sensitivity of mass shootings renders the new lockdown largely ineffective
Starting in September 2020, students will have new options when taking the ACT and reporting their scores
Students concerned about bias in the dress code and its enforcement
The county’s initiative aims to address the mental and physical health of K-12 students
At the start of a school year, there are a million things Blazers anticipate, likely including classes, teachers, the new one lunch, or homework. But for some it’s high capacity buses that are at the top of their list of things to worry about.
Red flag laws, universal background checks, bans on assault weapons and large magazines are necessary to decrease gun violence
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