No one likes to think about how much sugar is in a single Starbucks Frappuccino. However, all hope is not lost for leading a healthy life and indulging in your favorite pick-me-up. The key is moderation.
Reese Kuhns and Travis Smothermon reflect on the costs and benefits students and families face in changing school hours. Kuhns argues students are worse off, while Smothermon promotes the later schedule.
With such a drastic increase in the number of young voters, residents are questioning if Donnelly is the appropriate representative of Indiana. Grace McCormick argues that voting in the best interest of Indiana is Donnelly’s main goal as senator. Noah Ehrman argues that if Donnelly votes like a Republican, proudly displays Republican views and constantly vies for Republican votes, he has no business running as a Democrat.
It is easy to admit to a certain degree of dependency on smartphones; after all, one would be hard pressed to find someone this day in age who is not at least somewhat reliant on the device. Confronting the harmful effects of that dependency, however, is another story.
When we gaze upon our national flag, whether we stand for what it represents, or kneel for what it has done, we cannot forget that we are united under it.
Be wary of the decisions you make now. Your future self might thank you for it. The time has arrived for us to think more critically about the decisions we make and take into account the consequences those decisions will have on our future.
“To me, this is bigger than football,” said Kaepernick in an interview with NFL media, “and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way.”
The FDA’s statement regarding the banning of Juuls is a much needed one, especially for the safety of high school students.
Since Columbine, the American people have lived a life of fear. This fear has caused Americans to reach for a safety net in an uncertain world. To some, like Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb, safety is found in metal detectors.
As teachers see students compete for the top of their class, schools across America are altering how they name valedictorians.