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How We Eat Doesn’t Make Any Sense.

Chris Lakin

December 3, 2019

How we eat today does not make sense. Because of this, we need to protect ourselves from ourselves.    Our sense of taste has evolved, like everything else we have, to be as reproductively successful as possible. The guy that...

The Best Places to Fuel up: Where to Curb Your Coffee Craving.

Gigi Petti

November 8, 2019

We all run on caffeine here, and though Dunkin’ Donuts is a classic hit among students at VHS, perhaps you are looking for a different type of experience? If you want a change of pace from the quick stop coffee chains and wo...

Democrats Must Trim Their Numbers

Gigi Petti

October 15, 2019

The Democrats might be destroying their chance in the 2020 general election.  The party currently has too large a pool of candidates that is effectively dividing their votes. It's becoming clear that they will  nee...

The Power of Literature

The Power of Literature

October 9, 2019

Youth Leading the Charge to Demand Climate Change Action

Isabella Hussar

October 3, 2019

“6 million people join latest wave of global protests” reads a recent article published by the Guardian. Within the past couple of years, Generation Z has begun to take the reigns in the fight against climate change. Just...

What The Heck is Impeachment?

Michael Sluck

October 2, 2019

“Impeachment” is a word that has been floating around a lot recently, but there is also a lot of confusion on what impeachment means and what exactly is going to happen. With that in mind, let’s look at a few of the basic ques...

The College Admissions Scandal: The Finger-Pointing Trifecta

Jess Sidrak

September 30, 2019

When news of the College Admissions Scandal first broke in March of 2019, much of the nation’s students (and presumably those involved in the scandal, as well) were left with a single pressing question: “How the hell did t...

A Note on Capitalism From the Perspective of the Tortoise and the Hare

Jess Sidrak

September 25, 2019

Disclaimer: any resemblance of the characters to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental Hare: So you say you’ve heard the story of the tortoise and the hare, huh kid? Well, I’ll bet you today’s portion of carrots that you haven’t heard the story of the hare and the hare. Hare to the second power, as I like to call it. And...

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