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People remember those impacted by the Boston Marathon bombings. Patrick Whittemore/Boston Herald/MCT

America: the land of the free and home of the disheartened?

Shira Stein, Scot Scoop Editor-in-Chief April 18, 2013

It seems like every day that Americans hear about another crisis in this nation. One week, it was Hurricane Sandy. Another it was Boston. But what most Americans don't realize is that if we wallow in our...

Editorial: Why we write controversial articles

February 27, 2013

It’s not about shocking people. A newspaper answers the questions that most of society cannot answer themselves. A newspaper looks for the answers, verifies them and presents them so that the community...

Editorial: overlooked voices

December 5, 2012

It is sometimes difficult to differentiate between opinion and reality. Look to the many books that are recommended and required for students to reach in high school and middle school: Anne Frank’s...

Due to the current health concerns, limited social interaction is advised. This includes family members who are considered high risk.

Opinion: COVID-19 has taught us gratitude

Amber Chia, Staff Writer December 31, 1969

As I reach for the rear mirror in search of the most essential piece of cloth of 2020, I realize nothing is hanging around it. I sigh as I release my parking brake and make the journey home to retrieve...

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