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The Heart Of A Corporation

The Heart Of A Corporation

Meghan Pennington, Reporter
April 24, 2017
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Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are three inalienable rights that the United States government is sworn to protect. These rights, originally intended to protect the individual, are slowly being extended to include corporations. “[Giving them rights] is reasonable, but, at the same time, it...

Insensitive or Overlysensitive

Taylor Thornton, Reporter
April 17, 2017
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Today and throughout history, you could be separated by the color of your skin, how much money you have, how smart you are, or how talented you are. The ways people were separated in the past has an impact on the way we live today. Today’s society awards and compliments everyone as a whole, instead of...

Color Blind

Color Blind

Angela Coppola, Reporter
March 29, 2017
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Take a moment to think about your friends and family. You love them unconditionally, despite their looks, pigmentation of skin, and ethnicity. Imagine if every person had that same love for one another. Our earth would not be just a place we inhabit, but it would become a home for mankind : a home wit...

Saving Thousands with Thirteenth Year

Saving Thousands with Thirteenth Year

Josh Geden, Reporter
March 27, 2017
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As a middle college, Brashier offers numerous advantages that students would not be able to find at a public school. One of the advantages of attending Brashier is that students have the opportunity to take college classes while still in high school, but Greenville Tech offers a program called Thirtee...

Bad Times in Brazil

Bad Times in Brazil

Robin Conner, Reporter
March 13, 2017
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While America is busy with our new President, it is easy to forget that the rest of the world is experiencing their own problems. More specifically, Brazil. This country received a lot of spotlight and tourism for the 2016 Rio Olympics, but now the country is in turmoil. North of Rio is the state of Es...

In Our Image

In Our Image

Meghan Pennington, Reporter
March 9, 2017
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Throughout 2017, the London Science Museum will be having an exhibit on the 500 year history of robots and why they were created. The idea of super-intelligent robots has enthralled, and often unsettled, people for generations. People are simultaneously fascinated by and fearful of the machines we att...

The Gilded Race

The Gilded Race

Graeme Hanson, Reporter
March 8, 2017
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Every year, around February, a special day, swathed in red, arrives so people can express their affection and appreciation with expensive gifts and public proclamations of gratitude. The day, of course, is the Academy Awards, where this love of films is expressed through the Oscar. “The Oscars are i...

Lending a Helping Hand

Lending a Helping Hand

Josh Geden, Reporter
March 6, 2017
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During the four years a student attends Brashier Middle College, they are expected to become “valued contributors to the community and their school.” The school seeks to accomplish this task by requiring that students complete fifty hours of community service each school year, but whether this should...

Are Books Necessary…And Other Tales

Are Books Necessary…And Other Tales

Graeme Hanson, Reporter
February 27, 2017
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Language is, in of itself, the greatest human invention, always innovating and updating to the changing times. Regardless of these innovations, though, language can be preserved and understood across all of time. This preservation, unlike most inventions, does not take place in a museum; it takes pla...

Breaking the Finsta’s Enigma

Breaking the Finsta’s Enigma

Angela Coppola, Reporter
February 14, 2017
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Some of 2016 trends were Pokemon Go and the 100 layer challenge. Looking back on those trends most people may think, “Wow that was stupid why did we even do that?", but that's probably the best type of trend, something to laugh about later on down the road. Along with a new year comes new trends, an...

How Marches Impact History

How Marches Impact History

Monica Williams, Reporter
February 10, 2017
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On January 20th the 45th president of the United States, Donald J. Trump, held his highly anticipated inauguration. While his supporters felt a surge of victory, those on the radical left were outraged. Members of Anti-Fascist groups stormed through D.C. breaking windows of fast food restaurants, and e...

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