The romanticism of toxic relationships in media needs to stop
A critique of the bookworm-centric subculture on Tiktok
The shift in power from Brazil’s former president Jair Bolsonaro to Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is exactly what Brazil (and the world) needs
AI provides unfair advantages to its users, undermining the spirit of competition.
If anything, it’s time to focus more on national security
The hijab ban in the state of Karnataka is a disturbing reminder of the BJP’s subversion of Indian democracy
Maryland’s house of delegates is slowly but surely moving towards decriminalization
Daylight Saving Time should be eliminated to protect the health and safety of Americans.
Under the pretext of health safety measures, the United States is endangering thousands of immigrants and refugees
School can be a lot easier if teachers make conscious decisions on how to assign work say students and teachers
Why you should consider going back to the movie theater this summer
How serious are the privacy issues with online school?
Is dressing up in tights really the most effective way to keep Gotham City safe?
Despite America’s general unwillingness to take action in advance, we must in order to prevent the worst effects of global warming
The U.S. must take a leaf out of other developed countries' books and switch to universal healthcare
While reposting information is an easy way to express support and awareness for global issues, let us consider its efficacy and credibility
Gifting is a reflex that loses money and gains waste
A stack of cash is neither a show of thoughtfulness nor a spirited effort
Female athletes should be paid equal to their male counterparts
The College Board's new test policies inconvenience both staff and students
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.
Blair's new lunch schedule solves logistical and academic problems
The College Board's attempts to address testing inequity haven't been enough.
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