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Hasan Minhaj breaks down "Punish a Muslim Day"  to viewers on The Daily Show. Courtesy of Comedy Central
Hasan Minhaj breaks down "Punish a Muslim Day" to viewers on The Daily Show.

For Muslims, "punish a Muslim day" is basically every day

One anonymous, hateful letter rattled United Kingdom communities on Apr. 3. The letter came in a plain white envelope and was sent to six different U.K. communities. Inside was a message that brought chaos and hysteria to the entire country.

Only a fool would extend school

MCPS plans to close the ever-growing achievement gap between low and high income students with a new strategy: an extended school year.

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Don't be rash when approving medications

Parkinson's Disease is a devastating neurological disorder affecting about 1 million Americans. The degenerative disease is marked by tremors, difficulty moving, and slurred speech, and can eventually lead to dementia and depression. So when the drug Nuplazid was developed, which could effectively treat the psychosis associated with Parkinson's, it was natural that everyone wanted the medication available as quickly as possible.

A night to remember

Red, gold, dragons, cherry blossoms and torii gates have more in common than just being different parts of Chinese and Japanese culture.

My teachers can barely use Canvas. Why on earth would we give them guns?

After the recent Parkland shooting, there has been a heated debate over whether teachers should be armed.

Football, Friend, Family

The media has become a revolutionizing force, both in shaping the railways of communication and our everyday lives. But perhaps, it is time to take a step back and reflect on how it has impacted our perception of reality. Yes, and there is no better field to explore this topic than that of youth tackle football, an issue that, regrettably, has been assailed by the media as a detriment to the future of America.

Anyone can earn it

They hang off bulletin boards, sit on shelves or are worn with pride on the front of a jacket. Varsity letters are a symbol of athletic prowess, marking the idea that a student's hard work and achievement has earned them a right to represent their school.
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