Cruz Cruises away from Crisis

Texas Senator Ted Cruz abruptly left Texas to go on a lavish vacation to Cancun, Mexico with his family while residents of Texas battled a winter storm crisis. Over the past week, Texas has experienced the worst weather crisis they have ever had. Temperatures dropped below freezing, leaving it colder than Alaska. Many Texas residents […]

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Social media is a lose-lose battle

You probably took around 20 pictures, then uploaded them into some editing app, found a quirky caption (usually something about “missing summer” or whatever activity seen in said photo). Immediately after you post it on social media, you leave your phone, obsess over the number of likes you got, try to reply to some of […]

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The voting age should be lowered to 16

As of late, our country has been struck by a pandemic. However, the pandemic in question is not a physical ailment like that caused by COVID-19 which has affected our lives so greatly. Rather, it is a pandemic that attacks our very democratic practices—political apathy. In recent years, an alarming trend has been observed: Decreasing […]

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Transportation Situation

One great aspect of Kingswood Oxford is that it brings in students from all over Connecticut. However, this needs to be considered when making the decision to have school on days when the weather forecast shows a potential hazard. The lack of consciousness about hazardous conditions on the Kingswood Oxford campus presents a number of […]

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! 2020 is finally over. I feel like everyone says that every year. They complain about how terrible their year was then pledge to start waking up early and eat more vegetables. Each year of their lives they say, “This year was terrible. Thank God it’s over.” If every single year of your […]

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