Students provide their takes on different issues.
by Annabelle Wang ’22
23 Mar. 2021
Addressing deer overpopulation does not always receive much support because deer look like cute Bambis. But we should not reject respectful, regulated hunting as a form of wildlife management just because they are more attractive than, say, flies.
by Shreya Birudavolu ’24
23 Mar. 2021
The violence of hunting is not the only solution to deer overpopulation. Besides, if we use hunting as a primary means of controlling deer overpopulation, we only continue what created the problem in the first place: human interference.
by Madhumita Kannan ’22
17 Feb. 2021
Physics Honors was considered the first “hard” class of high school. It led students to develop better work ethics, ultimately preparing them for harder courses like AP classes.
Mr. Buszka’s passion for teaching and willingness to guide students also made the class much more engaging. The physics program has shaped Madhu’s high school experience, as well as that of many other students.
by Madison Li ‘22
24 Oct. 2020
The unique ability of a young child’s mind to be molded accentuates the need for parents to be cautious and conscientious of their own attitudes toward competition.
by Richa Chaturvedi ’21
28 Nov. 2020
Every point of view can be seen from another perspective, therefore everyone must do their part to contribute to the discussion in order for any progress to be made. Just because someone has contrasting beliefs, does not give anyone the right to take away their right to express those beliefs.
by Julie Edelstein ’22
10 Nov. 2020
Art is expressing beliefs with pride and not caring about whether people agree or not. Having opinions and perpetuating what one believes to be right is not something to be taken away from any citizen, regardless of how wealthy or famous they are.
by Ben Zhao ’22
20 Oct. 2020
Whether we hold ourselves back or adapt to become more independent individuals, it is all up to us. Although school is temporarily online, our experiences are, in fact, very real.
by Mikayla Salib ’22
4 Oct. 2020
New issues emerge as a new set of emotional and social obstacles for students arises with the new “normal” of virtual learning.
by Evan Zilber
4 Oct. 2020
Marxism seems to appeal to a large number of Montgomery students. When evaluating why it lacks a legitimate platform despite this, one must go back to the political speakers who erroneously associate the term with phenomena that are simply not Marxist.
by Meghana Paturu ’22
Does NASA need increased funding to improve its endeavors in space exploration, education, and technology? We should all recognize the benefits that NASA will bring to us and our lives in the future. It is clear that NASA will continue to inspire new industries and create new possibilities for the future if it receives an increased amount of funding. It is human nature to explore the unknown, and NASA is the embodiment of the pioneering spirit and hope of a brighter tomorrow in space.
by Arushi Ramaka ’22
Arushi Ramaka ’22 discusses what different forms of female oppression may look like and explores the impact of traditional Indian dance.
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