The Great Debate: Uniforms vs. No Uniforms

Mansi Sharma and Stefani Woll, Editors in Chief

May 17, 2018

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Mansi: Teenagers in high school would thrive with uniforms. Everyone would have extra time to sleep or do whatever their heart desires in the morning. Tardies would decrease, bullying would decrease and everyone would be stres...

I learned a few kind of cliché high school lessons

Jino Chough, Senior Editor

May 17, 2018

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A familiar scene: 18 year old boy dons his cap and gown, walks down the football field, receives his diploma, goes to college. And so on. Aren’t we ready for it all. As I was writing this opinion, I was trying my best to thin...

Down with our USDA-approved compliments

Kayla Song, Senior Editor

May 17, 2018

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During a time when equality is such a highly debated topic, the tendency may be to start shying away from the idea of diversity. It can sometimes feel like anything racial becomes racist, and anything gender-related becomes se...

To become limited or to be limitless: a rant

Hannah Ilagan, Senior Editor

May 17, 2018

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As clear as the sun in a cloudless sky, as clear as my reflection in the mirror and my fantastic vision—after putting on my glasses, of course— I can remember the first time my mom shattered my dreams. Ever since I receiv...

America’s divided fall

Brian Figg, Senior Editor

May 17, 2018

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The United States of America has never had a single culture or identity. Our nation is a "melting pot," a cliché term that truly represents how our country has been populated by immigrants for hundreds of years. With that being sa...

To my past and future

Ahmed Ali, Senior Editor

May 17, 2018

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Hey Ahmed, this is Ahmed from 2018. You’re about to graduate, but all you can think about are looming AP tests and the exorbitant costs of going to college. But for now you’re writing your article, so you’re gonna have to st...

I will follow my success

Gianni Lomeli, Senior Editor

May 17, 2018

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Life sometimes pushes us over the edge. We make these reckless decisions that make us a a certain way in order to fit in or to be successful. We shouldn’t feel obligated to accept this as our path. We are our own individuals and w...

We’re all in this together

Kacie Nielsen, Senior Editor

May 17, 2018

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Here and now, it’s time for celebration. We’ve finally figured out that all our dreams have no limitations. We have begun to achieve great things because we have been there for eachother. We have reached our dreams with the ...

Trust me Indians, time will never stop for anybody. I know.

Sofia Fernandez, Senior Editor

May 17, 2018

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It’s an old watch, lined with a reflective silvery metal and bound by two straps of shabby black leather with the name Cristobal stitched in the interior of one of the straps. Every morning, I strap it on, sliding the tongue of the buckle thro...

Grateful Goodbyes to the Tribe

Delaney Gibbs, Senior Editor

May 17, 2018

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I can honestly say that I loved high school. There were some very rough times during my four years at Hart, but everyone goes through times like these. Through the rough times and the best times I had the most amazing people ...

The change we face as we grow older

Kathryn Supple, Assistant Editor

February 21, 2018

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The dictionary defines growing up as maturing from childhood to adulthood and as to stop thinking in childish ways . However, I feel that the definition the dictionary supplies is only a small part of what it truly means to grow ...

The Dark Side of Capitalism

Brian Figg, Head Copy Editor

February 21, 2018

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Outsourcing: moving the production of goods or the management of services to an offshore location to decrease costs and improve profits. Sweatshops: foreign factories that underpay workers, violate basic human rights and leave ...

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