Appeal to today’s teens to reverse the fading political passion

When was the last time you noticed an opinionated political conversation occurring between a couple of teenagers that didn’t involve

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Price of college continues to rise at an unprecedented rate

With the upcoming graduation of the class of 2019, many students will begin pursuing their post-secondary educations. However, the incredibly

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Our Side: The Pledge of Allegiance goes against Founding Fathers’ ideals

For most Americans, the various icons of our country―the American flag; the Pledge of Allegiance; the National Anthem―are constants. They’re

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Our Side: The blue tape on the halls in GLMS taught us ‘direction’

Gull Lake Middle School hallways all have blue tape dividing the hall into two equal lanes. Teachers and administrators are

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GLHS should be more accommodating to Independent Studies

By the Staff By the time students get to high school, especially their junior and senior years, students already have

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Right to Privacy: Parents need to respect children’s rights too

Whether it’s as extreme as reading someone’s diary or as subtle at checking browser history, invasions of privacy generally aren’t

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Our Side on Weekly Wednesday Seminar: Forty minutes not time enough for GLHS students

Almost every Wednesday during the school year Gull Lake High School students have from 8:38 to 9:18 to work on

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At School and Sick: How the pressure to succeed pushes students to neglect their health

October through March is notoriously known as Flu Season. In a school with hundreds of other unsanitary kids, students push

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Excelling students should be able to opt out of exams

At the end of each trimester, students are faced with the distressing task of each class: the exam. Every class

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The importance of unity in our divided nation

What makes our country, the United States of America, so incredible and distinct is that each and every one of

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