The Spectrum

Regulations on Parking, Exits Aim to Ensure Safety
Tutorial, TASC become more fun, productive
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle?
Students Seek Clarifying Communication of Definition, Consequences
Service Path Recognition Inspires Engagement, Focus, Dedication
Pets Decrease Stress Despite Added Responsibility
Girls’ Basketball Optimistic for Start of Season
Boys and Girls State Soccer Photos
Lizzo Spreads Positive Vibes at the Armory
Plastic  Surgery Popularity Rises
New Game: Line Bouncer!
Ad Astra Defies its Genre
Bubble Tea Blows Up
What is Impeachment All About?

Daniel Lesov, Online Editor | December 9, 2019

As the impeachment inquiries against President Trump continue, perspectives this month is looking at impeachment and whether or not it is the correct decision for the many players in politics and the larger nation as a whole. Most importantly, impeachment is not the removal of a president from office but rather it is the decision on whether a trial is to be conducted to consider his/her removal. Currently,...

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Failure to Ease Asylum Policies Worsens Illegal Border Crossings

Caroline Hardy, Co-Editor-In-Chief | November 8, 2019

In the past 10 years, the number of people seeking asylum in the United States has skyrocketed— from 5,000 people in 2008 to more than 97,000 in 2018, a 2000% increase according to Time. Deteriorating conditions in many countries around the world has led to this dramatic increase. With deteriorating conditions comes desperation to reach the life that many migrants feel is their only way to safety.  The...

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