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Point-Counterpoint Affirmative Action: A System Full of Inequity and Injustice

Danielle Markowitz, Online Editorial Editor

May 30, 2012

Filed under Opinion, Point-Counterpoint

Affirmative action is an attempt at providing special accommodations to people of races that have faced economic and social roadblocks. These accommodations include accepting a minority to a college as opposed to a person of a ...

(Continued from Print): The AP Dilemma: Are They Worth the Stress?

Megan Chun, Online Feature Editor

May 25, 2012

Filed under Opinion

In March, the winter weather is clearing up, but for many high school students, the school year is not winding down. We all know it: the countdown on the whiteboard, the practice tests and the seemingly endless review books. Over...

Bryce Harper Dominating the Big Leagues Already

Daniel Thaler, Online Sports Editor

May 23, 2012

Filed under The Inside Pitch

Just a week into his Major League career, Washington Nationals number one prospect Bryce Harper is making all sorts of noise. Known for taking some time to adjust when moving up levels of play, no one was surprised when Harper...

(Continued from Print): Summer Playlists: Start Off Summer with a Kick

Ali Jawetz and Taliah Dommerholt, Online Editor-in-Chief and Print Arts and Entertainment Co-Editor

May 22, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Ali's Picks Somebody - Jukebox the Ghost Sweeter - Gavin Degraw Ok It’s Alright with Me - Eric Hutchinson  Cars - Lady Danville This Head I Hold - Electric Guest Little Talks - Of Monsters and Men Afterglow - Schuyler Fisk Fr...

Pick-By-Pick NFL Draft Grades

Daniel Thaler, Online Sports Editor

May 20, 2012

Filed under The Inside Pitch

On April 26, round one of the NFL Draft was completed. As usual, some picks were expected, and others made fans scratch their heads. Highlighted by the anti-climactic top selections of quarterbacks Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin,...

Ask Ali: Scared of Leaving

Ali Jawetz, Online Editor-in-Chief

May 20, 2012

Filed under Ask Ali, Opinion

Dear Ali, I’m really afraid to graduate high school. Everyone is so excited to leave this suburban bubble and move on with their lives, but I’m legitimately worried about relationships changing with my best friends, being...

Prom Restaurant Last-Minute Solutions

Cameron Keyani, Online Entertainment Editor

May 17, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

1) Central Michel Richard  1001 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20004 Central is a pricey but classy D.C. restaurant that features gourmet hamburgers and a completely visible kitchen.  Some delicious eats can be ...

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