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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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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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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Teacher leave those kids alone: Rewards unnecessary in the classroom

By the time students reach high school, they’ve had plenty of experience of how to get the best rewards out

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End the Madness: Stop sending emails to the whole school

A certain phenomenon online is starting to turn into a trend here at Gull Lake High School. Sending emails has

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Students should vote… only if they are educated

In next year’s presidential election, most of this year’s seniors and a handful of juniors will be able to vote.

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