Technological progress could bring intellectual regress

Ryan Neely, Guest Reporter

February 14, 2019

Filed under Opinion

One of the much-hyped technological advancements of our day is “artificial intelligence”. While this isn’t quite as pie in the sky as flying cars and space tourism, we still have a long way to go before technology can tru...

One Year Since Parkland.

One Year Since Parkland.

February 14, 2019

Stop the fighting but not the discussion

Ryan Neely, Reporter

January 28, 2019

Filed under Opinion

In our country, people often disagree on political and social issues. Some people find this quite irritating. That said, those same individuals would probably not feel more comfortable in a country where people do not have these ...

Pick a side

Ryan Neely, Reporter

January 25, 2019

Filed under Opinion

In this country, especially among our generation, there has been a very noticeable movement against political parties. This is sensible in some respects. Blind partisanship is a cancer to our government. We need people who are willing ...

Students deserve adequate and comprehensive sex education

Drue Cappawana, Opinion Editor

January 11, 2019

Filed under Opinion

The topic of sex education has been a contentious issue in the United States for the better part of the past five decades. According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), the rise of teen pregnancy in t...

Social Media: Good or Bad?

Social Media: Good or Bad?

December 17, 2018

Analyzing potential 2020 Democratic presidential candidates

Ryan Neely, Guest Reporter

December 11, 2018

Filed under Opinion

The 2020 presidential election has everybody on edge. In recent history, presidents have typically won re-election, but given how many rules have already been broken in the past few years, it stands to reason that the next Democra...

Why we need vaccines

Nick Tewell, Guest Reporter

December 3, 2018

Filed under Opinion

What won the Revolutionary War? The discovery of vaccines. If it were not for vaccines, the Revolutionary forces would be crippled by smallpox early in the war. In 1777, George Washington discovered the effectiveness of vaccines w...

Students reflect on the first marking period and express their opinions on all of the changes that the school underwent

Emma Brooks, Reporter

November 29, 2018

Filed under Opinion

   The first quarter of the 2018-2019 school year has proven to be hectic for many of the students and staff at MASH. For some freshmen students, such as Eddie Drumheller, the first quarter of the year went by fairly slow, but for others, li...

Americans deserve bipartisanship going into 2019

Ryan Neely, Guest Reporter

November 29, 2018

Filed under Opinion

The 2018 elections leave America in a bit of an uncertain position. With Democrats winning the House and Republicans keeping the Senate, two paths lie ahead of us. One path, the low road, involves both parties pandering to their...

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