Staff Editorial: College For All Act: Idealistic or Realistic?

On May 19, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders proposed the College for All Act to eliminate undergraduate tuition and fees at all four-year public universities and colleges. He plans to fund this by implementing the “Robin Hood Tax” on Wall Street, a tax imposed on various investments, funds and trades of stocks. The College For All Act would also help

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Staff Ed: Is the Parental ‘Technology Leash’ Healthy for a Parent-Child Relationship?

In this day and age, it is very uncommon to find a teenager without a cellphone. In fact, according to a 2013 Pew Research study, 78 percent of America’s teenage population owns a cellular device. However, this poses a crucial question: how can parents protect their children from the dangers of the technological world? New apps such as Ignore No

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Staff Ed: Are SAT and ACT Scores a Good Indicator of a Student’s Future Success?

High school challenges and anxieties are familiar to all of us—balancing schoolwork and activities, trying to maintain a social life and stressing out about the future. For most, the latter entails researching colleges, studying for the SAT and ACT and even taking classes to prepare. However, we sometimes have to pause and ask ourselves, “Is this really necessary?” In a

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