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Polina Dashevsky
Polina Dashevsky (‘21) is an Opinions editor in Print, and has been writing for the Standard since her sophomore year. She is passionate about sharing her opinion on a variety of topics, ranging from fundamental social issues to current events, and wishes to promote awareness among the ASL community. Dashevsky also loves to brainstorm possible solutions to modern-day problems as she hopes that her ability to address challenges and problem-solve may one day change her community for the better. Her other interests include volunteering at the Winch, playing tennis and being an MUN delegate. 

Polina Dashevsky, Opinions Editor: Print

Jan 12, 2021
Biden’s stutter carries inspiration (Story)
Nov 18, 2020
Trump’s online misinformation raises red flags (Story)
Oct 30, 2020
Unequal coverage of candidates blinds voters (Story)
Sep 24, 2020
AP culture deters students from true interests (Story/Media)
Sep 08, 2020
DLP shifts classroom dynamic upon return to school (Story)
Jun 12, 2020
Voices of ASL: confronting systemic racism (Story/Media)
May 26, 2020
COVID-19 must result in structural economic, climate reform (Story/Media)
May 18, 2020
Distance learning grants new opportunities (Story/Media)
May 14, 2020
Release of prisoners due to COVID-19 sparks concern (Story)
May 11, 2020
New format of AP exams shifts mindset (Story)
May 01, 2020
Sweden’s relaxed approach to COVID-19 results in dangerous outcome (Story)
Apr 22, 2020
Oil prices drop below zero, then recover (Story)
Apr 15, 2020
Putin to remove Russia’s presidential term limits (Story)
Apr 07, 2020
Isolation impacts mental health (Story)
Mar 10, 2020
Laziness highlights flaws of Generation Z (Story)
Feb 04, 2020
Censorship extends to Internet (Story)
Nov 20, 2019
Grade 11 students bond at sixth annual Lock-In (Story)
Nov 19, 2019
16 year olds should have right to vote (Story)
Oct 03, 2019
Israeli elections remain contested (Story)
Jan 26, 2019
Recent Brexit votes pose more questions than answers for U.K. fate (Story)
Nov 22, 2018
Community partnerships teach valuable lessons, but place limitations for interested students (Story)