The NCAA rules are bogus

By Kyle Dugan ‘21

May 22, 2018

Filed under Column, Opinion

Top high school prospects only have one choice to go to after high school, college. There main goal is to go to the professionals in their certain sport. Yet, the NCAA makes it harder for growing adults to grow their brand. Many...

Animals should not be kept in zoos

By Janeidy Valentin ‘21

May 22, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

It was a sunny day at the Dallas Zoo as everyone was visiting the animals and having a marvelous time. Then Jabari, a male western lowland gorilla, was shot to death after escaping the award-winning gorilla-conservation area....

The lack of school and parental involvement is why another person may post #MeToo

By Aliya Rembelinsky ’21

May 22, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

A young girl is part of a youth camp during the year 1996. One day, during a time of all-girl bonding, the girl asks to speak with Tarana Burke, the youth camp director, in private. This young girl, still developing, tells a story...

Are school dress codes telling girls to change for the comfort of boys?

By Elizabeth Patch ‘21

May 22, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

“You cannot wear that. Your shoulders are showing.” “Your outfit is a distraction.” Are these strict dress code rules making girls change because a guy simply cannot control himself at the sight of a female’s shoulders?...

We need to open our eyes to the abuse

By Alexis Leotta ‘18

May 22, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

There is so much evil in the world around us nowadays. We quickly forget about the horrors that go on behind the well-kept doors in our own societies. Abuse is nothing to turn a blind eye to, not something that we can say, “Well,...

Why We Need More Gun Control

By Sean Fleming ‘21

May 22, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

There has been over twelve thousand gun-related deaths so far in the United States in 2017 according to Daily Nebraskan, a newspaper in Nebraska. Unfortunately, those numbers have gone up drastically in the past decade. With the...

Animals should not be used as circus acts

By Hailey Finocchio ’18

May 21, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

Many people visit a circus and find it entertaining to watch the various animals perform their tracks. While this may sound amusing, the animals are having the farthest thing from fun. People should not be supporting the circuses...

We should all do our homework

By Kyle Dugan ‘21

May 21, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

Sweat runs down your face. You realize that you are not ready for this. You didn’t get enough time to study, and you thought this test was going to be easy. Then you look over your shoulder and see the person next to you is...

No More Red

By Kyle Dugan ‘21

May 21, 2018

Filed under Blog, Opinion

For decades, the Haddonfield Bulldogs have been the West Deptford Eagles biggest rival. It’s one of the biggest games of the year whenever they have the chance to play. On October 20, 2017, we will get the chance to see Haddonfield...

Skyrim Remastered

By Jeffrey Williams 20’

December 18, 2016

Filed under Column, Opinion

If you are a gamer, old or new, you have most likely heard of the re-release of The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim for next gen Xbox 1 and PS4, and PC. The hype leading up to the release has been huge since E3 2016 where Bethesda announced...

Halloween night 2016 is better than 2015

By Ali Vergilio ‘17

December 18, 2016

Filed under Column, Opinion

Halloween was just a couple weeks ago and was bigger than ever. Houses covered in spider webs and pumpkins filled the front porch steps of all houses. Some houses had blow up characters on their front lawn, scary lights and...

Visiting the heart of New Orleans

By Alexis Theckston ‘20

December 18, 2016

Filed under Column, Opinion

I traveled to New Orleans in June with my best friend and her family in their RV. The whole trip was worth the experience. New Orleans is so alive during the day or at night. It doesn’t matter what time of day. While walking...

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