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A Student Perspective on Staffing Cuts to the Center School's Arts Program.


Through most of middle school I was homeschooled. I was artistic and I didn’t learn in a conventional way.

I hated public schools and thought I’d never go back to them. 778 more words

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Editorial: Do monorail projects deserve fair treatment? Part I : Building knowledge and consensus via the internet

Let me be very clear as to my motives here just so there is no ambiguity on my position. I would like no less than to drive a sharp stake through the dark heart of this egregiously unsustainable transport concept once and for all, so that we can concentrate our limited resources on approaches that are capable of doing the job and meeting the sustainability challenge head on. 1,691 more words


Op-Ed: Occupation is Not Safety

by Rhiana Anthony

This editorial is a calling out to call-in and hold the people who hold power in this city accountable for the realities they create. 496 more words


Opinion on New Mix of The Life of Pablo

About two months ago, controversial rapper, Kanye West released The Life of Pablo exclusively on the streaming service, Tidal, after weeks of confusion over what the final title, tracklist, etc. 588 more words


The cumulative nature of diverse reading

The name I gave my commitment to not read books by men in 2015 — the No Man’s Land Reading Project — is the only original thing about it. 2,608 more words

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