Category Archives: Editorial

OPINION: More emphasis should be placed on human space exploration

By Allison Pumo Humans could soon be heading to Mars. Humans have been exploring Mars with robots and special space technology for over 40 years, but soon, scientists plan to send humans to Mars to get a closer look themselves.

Space debris should be considered problematic

By Allison Pumo Space debris has been a growing issue over the years, gathering outside of planet Earth for years and years. Space debris is not only made of man-made objects. It is also made from natural objects as well,

OPINION: Guns should be banned to curb violence

By Joanna Garcia So far in 2018 there have been 18 shootings, which is an average of one shooting per week, according to David Emery, an author for Snopes. To reduce violence, guns should be banned. The U.S has the

REVIEW: ‘Infinity War’ worth decade long wait

By Rudy A. Mix Seventy-six characters, all developing from at least three decades of comic-book lore, ten years of moviemaking, and ten years of anticipation has led Marvel to Avengers: Infinity War. This one movie has had so much anticipation

OPINION: PE classes should improve education to curb obesity

By Alex Richards The percent of people who are obese has reached a staggering 36.5 percent of adults, according to the CDC. This number has not changed since 2011 when 36% percent of adults were considered obese by the CDC.

OPINION: SAT a poor judgment of student abilities

By Karlee Rindt When you hear about the SAT what comes to mind? Do the words pointless, dreadful, and time-consuming come to mind because those are all accurate definitions of the test. Most students probably know that the SAT has

OPINION: Clear back packs not the solution to school gun violence

By Izzy Mach On February 14, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, located in Parkland, Fla., was involved in the 17th school shooting this year. Seventeen students and faculty members were killed, and another 14 were injured. This tragedy sparked discussion on

OPINION: Japan is safe, kind, and fun

By Lilika Suzuki I hear that life in Japan is stressful. Comparing their work and salary, it seems the balance is not taken. The people in any sort of political parties are lying the TV news repeats. Social media is

OPINION: American public schools need better foreign language education

By Joy Mazur Vacations abroad are always a greatly anticipated event for BHS foreign language students. Students are allowed to wander through France, Spain, Italy, or Argentina as they test their language skills, learn about different cultures, and gain unforgettable

OPINION: NCAA athletes should be paid to play

By Hailey Holt Imagine putting in 40 hours of hard, manual work into a sport per week, on top of a full week of school and earning nothing in return. Now imagine having your face and jersey number being sold