Net Neutrality: Fighting for a Free Internet

Recently, Congress met to make changes to the way everyone in the United States uses the internet. Currently, if you access the internet via your phone, computer, or tablet, you will have an unrestricted experience. Once you have purchased internet access from your internet service provider, or ISP, you will have equal access and equal … Continue reading

Scandals Plague Hollywood and White House

In recent weeks, it seems that day after day the name of yet another man accused of sexually assaulting women appears in the headlines. We also see that our Commander-in-Chief, who is accused of sexual assault himself, will do anything he can to cover for his cronies, even if they are predators. Why is it … Continue reading

Regal Renovations Pose New Concerns

Over Thanksgiving break, I was able to watch both Thor: Ragnarok and Justice League in back-to-back showings. On Saturday the nineteenth, I hurried from my house to the theater, bought my tickets, large popcorn, and bottle of water, and sat down to enjoy two movies that I did, in fact, enjoy. However, on the way … Continue reading

News with North: The Iran Deal

It tends not to be the best idea to put immense trust and the lives of millions into the hands of your enemies. The Iran Nuclear Deal, which did this very well on behalf of the United States, was put into place by the United Nations Security Council in 2015. This deal was great, but … Continue reading

Halloween Hype and Parade

The smell of pumpkins fills the air. The sound of leaves crushed under Timbs and L.L. Bean boots reverberates throughout our humble campus. The sight of students hiding under fuzzy blankets and spilling their popcorn in fear of Michael Myers and Freddy Krueger is commonplace in every dorm. The scrumptious season of spooks and scares … Continue reading

Bike Safety on Campus

Ever wished you were gliding down the learning-community hill on two wheels to ensure a spot in the front of the exhibition line? I sure do! Bikes are an essential asset to our community. In member of the Classical and Modern Language Department Ralf Borrmann’s words, they are “an everyday means for efficient transportation, a … Continue reading

Pumped for Pumpkin Spice

Pumpkin Spice Latte season is back and stronger than ever! Cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove…what a beast combination! Everytime I walk through the doors of a coffee shop, store or restaurant, my eyes immediately scan the area for any sign labeled “pumpkin”. There is just something about the mix of pumpkin and coffee that makes the … Continue reading

News With North: North Korea

It seems that every time I tune in to watch Fox News or any other reputable news source, North Korea is a frequently discussed topic. So, what does that all mean? Why do we find ourselves in this situation? North Korea has been developing a nuclear arsenal for some time, and the fact that they … Continue reading

Zelch: Trump Dumps Dreamers

President Trump has repealed Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, an Obama-era government program that shields undocumented immigrants who arrived in the United States as children from deportation. DACA allows these immigrants, known as Dreamers, to receive basic benefits in exchange for registration and a background check every 2 years. These benefits include a … Continue reading

Hannah Stewart: Scotland Speaks

On the 13th of August, groups of jetlagged kids from all around the world arrived on the campus of Western Reserve Academy, nervous and excited for what was to come. Now, one month later, our perceptions have changed and these new international students feel at home, immersed into WRA’s way of life. When I first … Continue reading

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