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Eastwood’s “Sully” does justice to the ‘miracle on the Hudson’

Nicholas Ronk, Reporter

February 2, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Some heroes, especially the humble ones, never really get the attention they deserve. For Captain Chesley Sullenberger (played by Tom Hanks), he received plenty of attention, but not all of it was was in good intent. Based on...

Jmblya 2016 provides delicious mix of artists

Jake Gray, Reporter/Podcast Personality

March 23, 2016

Filed under Reviews

Friday the 13th has historically gone down as cursed day, a day where something is sure to go wrong. However, I have a feeling that Friday, May 13 will be a little bit different. Why is that? Music superstars Post Malone, Kevin G...

Computer Science Department needs a language change

Daniel Garcia, Website Manager

March 17, 2016

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Computer science is currently one of the most in-demand fields. However, the Computer Science department’s standard of teaching Java for Pre-AP Computer Science class is a misguided way of exposing kids to this amazing field. For...

Lebanon and Lethargy

Jad Saleh, Special Contributor

February 19, 2016

Filed under Guest Opinions, Opinion

Having parents from different hemispheres of the globe, I have done my fair share of traveling and seen both developed and underdeveloped countries plagued by the misfortune of an authoritarian government that has little concern...

We must protect Earth’s resources

Patrick Quinn, Special Contributor

February 19, 2016

Filed under Guest Opinions, Opinion

Social justice is a very important thing to consider when talking about land rights. There are seven pillars of social justice, but the two I am going to talk about are “Care for God’s Creation” and “Rights and Responsibilities.” According...

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