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Controversy behind Uncle Tom’s Cabin

When it was first published in the mid-19th century, Uncle Tom’s Cabin was an instant success, gaining worldwide acclaim for its groundbreaking stance on slavery and becoming the best selling novel of the century. Even now, 165 years later, it retains popularity and acknowledgment among critics and lay…

The faults in the celebration of Valentines Day

According to the National Retail Federation, in 2016, Americans spent a total of $19.7 billion on Valentine’s Day. To put that into perspective, it is more than the United States spent on Food and Agriculture in the year of 2015. The sheer monstrosity of Valentine’s Day’s spending shows…

Oprah for President?

With the start of a new year came a variety of awards shows, from the Golden Globes to the Grammys, all eyes are on Hollywood. These award shows have become increasingly polarized throughout the years, with many issues being discussed in tangent with the show through the many…

The benefits of snow days

Snow days. Those two words are music to the ears to thousands of students across Montgomery County. Every…

Pyeongchang Olympic ban on Russia shows positive step toward anti-doping

Every two years, there is an event that brings the world together, all competing against one another for…

Why “offensive” artwork and surrounding controversies are valuable

For millennia, artists have poured their souls into their work, fashioning incredible (or sometimes atrocious) pieces that leave…

The faults in the American public school system

Jokes and complaints about the quality of the American public school system have been circulating for years from…

A take on the ethics behind physician-assisted suicide

Life. Liberty. The Pursuit of Happiness. These three unalienable rights, espoused by our forefathers and guaranteed to us…

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