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April 18, 2019


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On Monday, the Notre Dame Cathedral went ablaze and much of the 850-year-old structure collapsed. Luckily, many of France's business leaders and businesses are donating to have the monument rebuilt. As of Tuesday, over $700 million have been collected to rebuild the cathedral. Why do people galvanize...

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April 11, 2019


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In a recent story by Tyler Davidson, an unsung hero of the civil rights era was highlighted. Sergeant Isaac Woodard's story  was instrumental in ending segregation in the Armed Forces, and yet he is not championed as much as contemporaries. Why is it that there are so many cases of this in histo...

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April 4, 2019


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According to the World Happiness Report, Finland has claimed the top spot followed by several other European nations. Why are some of these countries reportedly happier than many other places?...

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March 28, 2019


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Senior project is nearly done, and many are stressed, relieved, or even melancholy because something they have worked towards is almost finished. What makes a good senior project?

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March 21, 2019


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In Mallory Smith's recent article, she discusses how teachers can positively impact a student. Which of the teachers at Brashier have impacted you?

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March 14, 2019


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Having a sense of purpose in life has a positive effect on human beings, but there are countless accounts of people being stressed by their jobs. This has led to two main schools of thought, so do people "work to live," or "live to work"?...

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March 7, 2019


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Synesthesia is a neurological condition in which senses "cross over" via the stimulation of one sense, resulting in the activation of another sense. This condition has as many as 80 different subtypes, but the most common type results in numbers, letters, and other characters having specific colors or patter...

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February 28, 2019


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According to a study done by Pew Research Center, 70% of teenagers in the United States see anxiety and depression as major problems, far surpassing the second largest problem: bullying. What is the root of this problem?

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February 21, 2019


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According  to Pew Research Center, one of the most pressing issues to Americans is the cost of healthcare, which has conveniently been taken out of the spotlight of the media. Why then, would policy so important to the American people be in the background of the news?...

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February 14, 2019


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Much of St. Valentine's life is unreliably known, and what is known is just agreed upon by the Catholic Church. The saint is known as the patron saint of love, young people, and happy marriages, but with so little known about him, there seems to be little to warrant this. Why then, do we celebrate a...

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February 7, 2019


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After returning to her burnt home, Andrea Gaylord found her lost dog waiting for her by the debris of her burnt home. Why do dogs perform these loyal and loving acts to people?...

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January 31, 2019


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According to Pew Research Center, Gen Z (often described as being born in the early 2000s) and Millennials are becoming less diverse when it comes to the political landscape. Does this signify a platform shift for U.S. politics?...

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