By Nick Opsanic, staff writer For the past 100 years, life as a child growing up was made up of mostly “fun,” with great toys, games, and books. Lionel Trains, Crayola Crayons, Lincoln Logs, Dr. Seuss books, and Mr. Potato Head allowed kids hours of pleasure. Using these simple, but captivating tools, children could explore the changing world around them while expanding their imagination and … Continue reading Column: Is life being cancelled?
By Nick Opsanic, staff writer For more than a century, theater, music and the arts have been an historic staple in the American school system. As an opportunity to grow the imagination, expand the horizons, and encourage a better academic discipline, theatre and the arts have been an invaluable part of our high school education system, giving students the opportunity to apply their own ideas, … Continue reading Column: Save the arts in our school
by Kassie Boyd and Hannah Nicholson, news editor and opinion editor Following the school shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, there is a lot of debate on how to prevent and protect students from future shootings. One of the most controversial methods, supported by President Donald Trump, is arming teachers with guns. Many of those who do not support this method do … Continue reading Opinion: Should teachers be armed?