Split Conscience Poll: Brexit

Split conscience is a reoccurring page where Opinions Editor Jonathan Philips writes two sides to an issue, an issue that the editor themselves is undecided about. Students are urged to vote below on which side of the issues they stand on. 

Brexit

Guest writer English Teacher Mark Mazzenga on the necessity of the Alternatives changes

Guest Writer English Teacher Mark Mazzenga

Surfing on a beach in Morocco…for school? Sounds like a sweet field trip if not an enviable life story (even if many of those surfers returned to London with a gnarly case of food poisoning). When discussing the ASL Alternatives program, it’s never been a question of if ASL can provide amazing experiences for its student population. The question, rather, is “Why?”

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Saying meaningful goodbyes

Each spring, approximately 10 percent of ASL’s 1350 community members do not return for the following school year. And each fall, those spaces are replaced with new faces.

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Sal Cerrell (’21): Why we must get behind Nancy Pelosi’s bid for Speaker of the House

Sal Cerrell Staff Writer

In the Pennsylvania House Special election at the end of April, Democratic candidate Conor Lamb pulled off what was deemed a political masterpiece in beating Republican Rick Saccone in a traditionally Republican district. Lamb ran a well-messaged campaign focusing on a set list of issues including affordable health care, increase in job creation and infrastructure improvement. He purposefully steered clear of the drama surrounding President Trump and his legal troubles regarding his campaign’s possible coordination with Russia which, according to Bloomberg, a news publication.

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Split Conscience Poll: Leaving the Iran Deal

Split conscience is a reoccurring page where Opinions Editor Jonathan Philips writes two sides to an issue, an issue that the editor themselves is undecided about. Students are urged to vote below on which side of the issues they stand on. 

Leaving the Iran Deal