Staff Editorial 2/15 Judgement should be based on an individual’s merit not their sob story

At the 60th annual Grammy Awards, Ed Sheeran was awarded Best Pop Solo Performance for the popular Shape of You. Sheeran was the only male among four female nominees in the category, including Kesha. For the last couple of years, Kesha had been fighting her ex-manager, Dr. Luke, in court after a vicious fall-out, which ended with the singer accusing […]

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Staff Editorial 1/26 Obsession with views results fatality after Tide Pod Challenge goes viral

With a world revolving around social media and viral videos, people will go out of the way to get their post the most likes, views or retweets. At first, harmless stunts like the Cinnamon Challenge and Planking filled up the internet. Although stupid, the various challenges and pranks performed in order to garner views and like were tolerated and even […]

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Staff Editorial 12/19 FCC shows complete disregard of American opinion with repeal of Net Neutrality

Enacted in 2015, Net Neutrality prohibited service providers from slowing down or charging more for usage of popular websites such as social media platforms, Netflix and Google. The ensured every American could binge on countless episodes of The Office and send as many snaps as they so desired without being penalized. On December 14, the Federal Communications Commission too this […]

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OPINION: Lack of diversity in college football playoffs major problem

Bryan Hudnell | Staff Writer When the College Football Playoff system was announced at the start of the 2014-15 season, College Football fans were ecstatic. The outdated Bowl Championship Series (BCS) system was finally abolished and teams were given the chance to prove themselves in pursuit of a national championship. This year, the teams selected by the Playoff Committee were […]

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Opinion: Comet DNA is practical

Bryan Hudnell | Staff Writer At the beginning of this school year, we were introduced to the concept of Comet DNA and it received some mixed reactions from MHS Students. The slogan has slowly evolved into an amusing catchphrase that our teachers and administrators like to throw around. But if we dissect what Comet DNA represents and evaluate it at […]

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Staff Editorial 11/17 Society perpetuates sexual abuse by invalidating victims’ accusations

In a twisted way, it is as if sexual abuse is trending nowadays. Every day, you can turn on the TV to see yet another headline accusing yet another individual of power taking advantage of girls and women in their most vulnerable states. Within the past month, accusations against media mogul Harvey Weinstein, former team USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry […]

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Opinion: Take a Political Break

It’s been a year since Donald Trump was elected president; I am thankful that it has happened. President Trump has had almost one year in the Oval Office and that being said, he’s accomplished a small amount of things, we still have Obamacare, there is no wall and the United State’s debt is at 20 trillion dollars and counting. The […]

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