The Academy Mythbuster

The Academy Mythbuster

December 7, 2012

Letter to the Editor: ARC tutors don’t bite

Patricia Hare, Senior

December 7, 2012

Filed under OpEd

Here’s a real news headline for you all: ARC tutors are not there to hurt you. I know that teachers mandate ARC appointments and that the little white slip is worth its weight in gold, but don’t dread going to the ARC because... Read more »

Mitt malinvestment in the future

Andrew Blank, News Editor

October 26, 2012

Filed under OpEd

Governor Mitt Romney and Congressman Paul Ryan do not present a moderate alternative to President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden. Romney and Ryan’s economic policy proposals are misguided, and they do not adequatel... Read more »

My opinion on your opinions

Kim Hill, Copy Editor

October 26, 2012

Filed under OpEd

“Because my parents are,” I’ve heard one too many times. I’m not here to tell you that you should identify with a certain party or no party, or agree with your parents or disagree with your parents. I’m here to tell you to start caring about an election that could affect the rest of you... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: For the love of film

Ryan Goldsher, Sophomore

October 26, 2012

Filed under OpEd

Film: this is the word us cinemaddicts use for what everyone else calls movies, or what my grandparents still call picture shows. To most people, a movie is merely a long display of a story as told by actors they love. To me,... Read more »

October Likes & Gripes

Editorial Board

October 26, 2012

Filed under OpEd

Letter to the Editor: Voteless doesn’t mean voiceless

David Shekman, Junior

September 28, 2012

Filed under OpEd

Why doesn’t our generation care? Yes, many of us can’t vote until the next election four years from now. But doesn’t our voice still carry some weight? In an age where technology has made access to media instant, and... Read more »

One team, one heartbeat

Adam Goldsher, Page Editor

September 28, 2012

Filed under OpEd

Coach Pieper called us over and told us not to put on our helmets, something we had been trained to do since fifth grade. We took a knee; something on his face wasn’t right. Nobody said anything. We all were waiting to find out what was going on. Everyone was ner... Read more »

It’s not over until the clock hit 0:00

Jessica Hoffen, Executive Features Editor

September 28, 2012

Filed under OpEd

After three quarters, green helmets still dot the field and huge fluorescent lights still attempt to play the role of the sun. The scoreboard is still glowing, revealing a likely loss, a win or that nothing has been decided. The Spartans could be shutting ... Read more »

Editorial: Stay Classy, Spartans?

Editorial Board

September 28, 2012

Filed under OpEd

Storming the field was one thing. We get it. In that moment, months of intense emotions spilled dramatically forth as hundreds of Spartans hopped the fence and poured onto Glenbrook South’s brand new turf. Administrators looked... Read more »

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