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Opinion & Editorial

Because of the Constitution's 10th Amendment, states have authority over their election administration. (Carolyn Vaziri'22)
Opinion & Editorial

How Will You Be Heard on November 3rd?

The COVID-19 pandemic has posed new questions for the government at both a local and national level–one of which being, how will we vote in November?  To answer this question, I set out to find an expert in election science and one of our local representatives.  I interviewed Professor M.V. Hood, a leading expert in

Dr. Kristin Foley, an Academy parent, and Dr. Greg Lam protest in favor of ODH Director Amy Acton and 'Stay Safe Ohio' order. (Courtesy/Katie Forbes)
Opinion & Editorial

Physicians Rally for Acton at the Statehouse

Ohio Department of Health Director, Amy Acton, is a familiar face on the television screens of families all around Ohio. On March 23, 2020, Acton’s Stay Safe Ohio order went into effect. The order requested that Ohioans stay at their homes or places of residence and wear masks when going out into the public. Acton

Simone Biles led the USA team to gold in the 2016 Olympics at the age of 19 (Wikimedia Commons)
Opinion & Editorial

Olympic Age Limits Won’t Stick the Landing

Olympic officials declared on April 9 that athletes slated to participate in the July 2021 Olympics must meet a minimum age requirement of only 16 years old, even though the later date is just a postponed version of the 2020 Games. This implies that those born in 2005 could compete in 2021, even though they

Joe Biden was a good pick for Barack Obama, can he do the same?
Opinion & Editorial

Biden’s VP Pick Critical for His Presidential Hopes

With fewer than 7 months until the presidential election, it seems that Joe Biden has already alienated a large chunk of Democratic voters. With his numerous verbal gaffes and allegations of sexual misconduct, there is a faction of liberals who are vowing not to cast their vote for the former vice president. Moreover, many Bernie

Cydney Platt'21 laughing with friends at Goldman Union Camp Institute. (Cydney Platt'21) 
Opinion & Editorial

When Summer Camp becomes a Possibility

Cydney Platt’21 laughing with friends at Goldman Union Camp Institute. (Cydney Platt’21)    Since the fourth grade, I have spent every summer at Goldman Union Camp Institute (GUCI), a Jewish overnight camp in Zionsville, Indiana. From campfires to cabins to singing with childhood friends, camp has always been a home away from home. But the