Get to Work, Write Away
Nov04

Get to Work, Write Away

    By Alex Romano, Opinions Editor I do not enjoy this, in case you were wondering. I do not enjoy this at all. This section of the newspaper is meant to be filled by all of you: the students, organizations, and administrators of our fine institution. The Opinions Section is supposed to be a page that showcases the school’s diversity of thought and passion for intellectual growth and discussion. When I assumed the...

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Ashamed to Triumph
Sep27

Ashamed to Triumph

By Alex Romano, Opinions Editor Did I vote for Trump last November? Yes. Will I vote for him again? If things keep going the way they are now, no. That previous paragraph warrants an explanation. People who voted for Trump are generally grouped into the following categories: Hateful Racists, Hillary’s Basket of Deplorables, the murderous thugs who dress up in ghastly white robes and masks and mow down peaceful left-wing protestors in...

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To Your Right

By Alex Romano, Opinions Editor When one searches the words “Trump Nixon” on any Internet search engine, one is bound to find oneself overwhelmed with results that consist of bulleted lists and op-eds comparing the incumbent president to his disgraced predecessor. Many are finding the current leader of the free world’s hypersensitivity, paranoia, and shrewdness akin to the thirty-seventh’s own personal flaws. Hawkish Democrats are...

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Why the Republicans should be taking the L…back
Apr10

Why the Republicans should be taking the L…back

By  Alex Romano, Opinions Editor Liberal. The mere mention of the word conjures up images of frantic college-age yippies waving boards and signs in protest of the Trump administration on the White House lawn; of massive welfare programs keeping the working-class American family afloat in times of economic peril; of gussied-up bureaucrats laying on heaps of red tape on Cabinet departments and executive-level agencies in Washington; of...

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Time to stop believin’
Apr01

Time to stop believin’

By Alex Romano, Opinions Editor Since the Age of Enlightenment that began in the eighteenth century, there has been constant friction between the scientific and religious communities regarding such questions as the origin of man, that of the universe, what happens after death, and the existence of a divine being or divine beings. It is unquestionable that this touchy topic and the unending feud fought because of it have caused ample...

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