Category: Opinion

The End of the Internet as We Know It

By Patrick To

Can we all just take a moment here to look at what Ajit Pai did? The Federal communications commission, with Pai as their chair, is destroying the internet that we all know and love. The FCC is an independent agency of the US government, and its job is to regulate interstate communications (radio, tv, etc.), but their decision may directly affect your life.

Continue reading “The End of the Internet as We Know It”

Love Advice: Teenage Marriage

Love advice makes its second year debut in the library. Everyone is free to submit questions or concerns that may arise in a relationship, and submitting said questions or concerns is easy! You can submit concerns either in the library, or via the online submission box below. All submissions are anonymous, and we respond to them as often as we get them!

This week’s question:

“Hi I’m 16 & my boyfriend and I are ready to get married but my parents are being mean and won’t let me. What should I do? Please help, thanks.”

Continue reading “Love Advice: Teenage Marriage”

Best Water Fountain in Salisbury High School

By Nathan Rolls & Lindsey Diamond

In Salisbury High School, an important question stands, “Which water fountain should I use?” There never seems to be a direct, concrete answer of, “Use this water fountain.” To figure out the answer, we gathered different water samples from the six main water fountains (three upstairs, and three downstairs) and put them in a cup with a corresponding number to the location. The test subjects did not have any knowledge about which cup came from which water fountain.

Continue reading “Best Water Fountain in Salisbury High School”

Love Advice: How do I get a boyfriend?

By Lindsey Diamond and Nathan Rolls

Love advice makes its second year debut in the library. Everyone is free to submit questions or concerns that may arise in a relationship, and submitting said questions or concerns is easy! You can submit concerns either in the library, or via the online submission box below. All submissions are anonymous, and we respond to them as often as we get them! 

 

Submission: How do I get a boyfriend?

Relationships are one of those things that you can’t be looking for to find. To more easily find a boyfriend, you can keep an open mind and be less judgemental. The saying “good things come to those who wait,” is exemplified by this question. There is nothing wrong with meeting new people, and if that’s something you’re interested in doing, don’t dismiss someone because of their looks, or based off of what you’ve heard.

Continue reading “Love Advice: How do I get a boyfriend?”

Don’t Ruin Thanksgiving!

By Brett Minnick

Thanksgiving is a joyous time of year where the crisp air and bountiful amounts of food bring together friends and family.  For many of us, it can be a nightmare.  We all love our friends and family but the idea of finding discussion topics with people we barely ever see, except for holiday occasions, can be dangerous.  Quickly, an argument can break out ruining the evening for all.  Politics are the primary threat where even mentioning the names Trump Clinton or Obama will result in catastrophic consequences.  The simple fix is don’t talk about politics but if you feel a need to or want to participate in a conversation, choose some neutral politicians and countries that will make you sound well informed.  

Continue reading “Don’t Ruin Thanksgiving!”

Zodiac Signs Nov. 6th to Nov. 13th

By Josie Du Bois

 

Aries (Mar 21-Apr 19) This week, connect with family and stay true to yourself. Your life may be spiraling out of control, but you are the only one who can fix it! Finish all of your work before helping others. You cannot help others until you can help yourself. Create a clean and clear workspace and create your ideas on paper.  

Continue reading “Zodiac Signs Nov. 6th to Nov. 13th”