Schools are overcrowded and understaffed

In recent months, Hillsborough county superintendent Addison Davis has made several statements claiming that cuts in the number of teachers and budgets may be made ...
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Influencers have the right to use their platforms for politics

Every day people are being affected and shaped by what celebrities think and do. Celebrities such as Hank Green, Cardi B, Josh Gad, Ariana Grande ...
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How social media relates to body image issues in women and men

The idea of the ideal body constantly surrounds today’s teenagers, forcing them to fall into the narrative that if one does not look like the ...
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The moral purpose of higher education

To some people, the thought of having to grow up and go to a college scares them. To others, it’s exciting to think about the ...
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Social media influencers experience “pretty privelege”

When we scroll through Instagram or TikTok we see countless faces, some we will probably never remember. But, when a pretty face pops up, do ...
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Cutting in line is essential in schools [SATIRE]

“If you ain’t first, you’re last." This quote by Ricky Bobby in the movie Talladega Nights embodies the perfect attitude to have in every line ...
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Students should be able to choose if they get the COVID-19 vaccine

A little less than ten months ago, the world as it’s known was taken over by a previously unknown disease. Covid-19 has controlled the lives ...
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Partying in the pandemic is irresponsible

Since March of 2020, the United States has been in a panic. All summer and now into the new year, the COVID-19 pandemic has taken ...
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Volunteers are more valuable than store bought goods

High school has a vast number of clubs covering a variety of categories for students to sign up for each year. Some welcome anyone who ...
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Raising the minimum wage could be more beneficial if done on a state level

On Nov. 3, 2020 Florida voters passed a law set to raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour incrementally by 2026. Florida Amendment Two, ...
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