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Question of the Week

October 26
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The 1.2 billion dollar super highway called Eurasia is a 3.3 mile underwater highway. The purpose of the highway was to decrease the east-west journey time from more than an hour to just 15 minutes! The highway itself contains two lanes that can hold 130,000 cars and small buses. Do you think the wor...

Question of the Week

October 15
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Many shootings have taken place these past few months in the U.S. Recently, at Northglenn High School in Colorado, another shooting took place. The school's faculty cares very much for their students, and just to see this, shocks them.  With all these shootings taking place, what do you think schools could do to ...

Question of the Week

October 9
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Over the past couple weeks, Hurricane Joaquin traveled along the coast of the USA. This caused torrential flooding in many parts of South Carolina. This flood has made history as one of the worst floods in South Carolina. Many families lost everything. Many parts of the state were told to evacuate, ...

Question of the Week

September 25
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A high school boy in Texas named Ahmed made a clock and brought it to school to impress his teacher and peers. The teacher and principal of MacArthur High School thought this clock Ahmed brought to school could be a bomb. They called the police, and Ahmed was questioned by them. The police say the o...

Question of the Week

September 16
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Child Obesity has dramatically increased over the years. In order to improve the health of students, schools have decided to serve healthier lunch options. Brashier has replaced regular potato chips with baked chips, and candy is no longer served; instead, there are granola bars and apple crisps. Some students find t...

Question of the Week

September 9
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Tablets are being used in schools instead of textbooks. Many people oppose this because tablets are too distracting and expensive. Textbooks are expensive as well, but not as much as tablets. People against using the tablets are saying students will be less likely to do their homework. They could be a...

Question of the Week

May 6
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On Saturday, May 2, Floyd Mayweather beat Manny Pacquiao in the so-called “fight of the century” which resulted in Mayweather earning a smooth $100 million check. Pacquiao faces a lawsuit in Nevada for allegedly lying about a shoulder injury he suffered prior to the fight. The Nevada Athletic Commissi...

Question of the Week

May 1
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According to Fox News, riots from protesters occurred on Monday, April 27 and Tuesday, April 28 over the death of Freddie Gray, a teenager who was killed by a neck injury while in police custody. Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's, the mayor of Baltimore, slow response to the riot sparked controversy. Most pr...

Question of the Week

April 20
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Friday, April 17 was the Brashier Prom. What are your thoughts on prom this year, and how can it be improved?

Question of the Week

April 13
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On Saturday, April 4, Walter Scott was pulled over by a North Charleston Police Officer, Michael Slager. After routine procedure of a traffic stop, Scott jumped out of his car and ran in fear of being arrested due to unpaid child support. Slager shot Scott in the back multiple times, and Scott was killed...

Question of the Week

March 26
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The Islamic terrorist group, Boko Haram, recently kidnapped a large group of students and teachers. It is estimated that up to 500 people were taken from schools. These people are being used as human shields. What are your thoughts on this? Should the U.S. get involved to try and help the people tha...

Question of the Week

March 18
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On April 15, 2013, the city of Boston received one of the biggest scares in a long time. Two brothers planted bombs near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing several people and injuring many. The trial for one of the brothers, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, has recently begun. What are your thoughts on this trial...

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