Eye of the Tiger

College Board stunts success

SINO OULAD DAOUD | February 5, 2018

To exploit American students, one must slow the progress of American education as much as possible. The best way to do this would be to place education in the hands of one organization that squeezes every penny out of students, yet uses none of it to benefit society. Some sort of monopoly would establish standards which American schools will accept, corrupting the nation’s education, while convincing...

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PE policy reversal crushes fulfilled dreams
Unweighted Pre-Calc prevents fair rank
Spirits days counterintuitive by lack of inclusivity
Personal finance course lacks depth
Assigned $50  parking  hurts those without
Calls home when tardy inessential
Lax history coverage costs awareness
Drop-off table risks personal, school security
AP Human Geo faulty prep for APUSH
Healthy snack options lacking
Extra assignments impede student exam preparedness
Breaking Down the Walls schedule disrupts classes
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LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Follow useful cliches

ALEYNA CAMACHO and LAUREN JULIN
February 5, 2018

Over the course of our high school career, we’ve picked some life lessons and cliches that have genuinely...

LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Follow your priorities

ANDREW SMITH
May 8, 2017

As you advance in high school and juggle an increasing volume of commitments, you must allot your time wisely...

LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Do coast

JOHNNY MULLIGAN
April 3, 2017

You guys, we did it. We finished 80 percent of our high school career, we finished college applications,...

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