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For democracy to persist, silence cannot- by Online Editor-in-Chief Emma Ford

“Nevertheless, she persisted.” These words spoken by Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have, in an ironic twist, become an anthem among women. From fighting for the right to vote in the 1920’s, to gaining reproductive rights, and now, fighting for equal pay, women have proven time and time again that a little bit of persistence […]

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The name of this article is censored- By Online Editor-in-Chief Emma Ford

We live in a society where information is abundant. From sharing our whole lives on social media platforms to having an unlimited supply of documents and websites to use for research, society relies entirely on the accessible information that technology provides. However, with this new era of available information, debates over whether or not certain […]

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Standing Up for Progress- By Assistant Editor-in-Chief Charlotte Zerbst

How to stay hopeful in the wake of the election Waking up Wednesday after the election, I had a heavy heart. I felt the need to mourn. I made my opinion, made my side’s arguments, and brushed off the thought of America electing someone whom I disagree with so heavily. But on Wednesday morning, my […]

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The mentality of Modern High School Students- by Opinion Editor McKenna Gillard

The mentality of modern high school students. How does stress in schools affect high school students’ learning? Godwin High School is a is ranked 22nd in the state and recognized for its academic rigor.  This academic intensity is felt directly by the students. So many hours are spent by Godwin students stressing over grades, GPA, […]

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Why teaching “happy history” should not be encouraged

Recently, Colorado has been in the spotlight on account of high school students organizing mass walkouts.

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Should drug tests be required for welfare?

Miller Bowe and Ben Elia look at the merits and problems of making recipients of welfare get drug tested.

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New college football playoff may be the answer

Another college football season has gone by, and the Florida State University Seminoles have defeated the Auburn University Tigers to become the national champions.