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Opposing Viewpoints on Local Transportation: Cambridge Is for Cars

Opposing Viewpoints on Local Transportation: Cambridge Is for Cars

December 23, 2019

The City of Cambridge seems determined to rid the streets of cars. With campaigns like eliminating parking in favor of bike lanes throughout the city,...

Opposing Viewpoints on Local Transportation: The Road Is for Everyone

Opposing Viewpoints on Local Transportation: The Road Is for Everyone

December 23, 2019

In many ways, biking is the superior form of transportation in an urban environment such as the City of Cambridge. While at this time of the year condit...

Tensions Rise in Controversial Edward Gallagher Case

Tensions Rise in Controversial Edward Gallagher Case

December 23, 2019

This past November, Edward Gallagher was tried and convicted for misconduct, which resulted in his demotion from the coveted position as a Navy SEAL. In...

Holiday Consumerism

Holiday Consumerism

December 23, 2019

Emails, billboards, social media, newspapers, and public transportation are just a few of the countless mediums used by companies to advertise their “super...

Splash Weekend at MIT: A Student’s Perspective

Anais Killian, Contributing Writer

December 11, 2019

During the weekend of November 23rd and 24th, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) held its annual teaching and learning event, Splash, which was founded in 1957.

Bowing to China, LeBron Pushes Justice Aside

Bowing to China, LeBron Pushes Justice Aside

December 3, 2019

In public discourse, the opinions and words of those at the top often ring out the loudest. When Muhammad Ali took a stand against the Vietnam War, it was heard around the world.

MrBeast’s Tree Planting Campaign Inspires Fans

MrBeast’s Tree Planting Campaign Inspires Fans

December 3, 2019

YouTuber Jimmy Donaldson is an internet sensation known for presenting his acts of charity in creative and elaborate ways.

A Critique of Memorization: Why Rote Learning Needs to Go

A Critique of Memorization: Why Rote Learning Needs to Go

December 3, 2019

I’m sure most CRLS students have taken a vocabulary test during their high school careers, or perhaps a test on the sines and cosines of the unit circle.

How the College Board Furthers Inequity in the College Process

How the College Board Furthers Inequity in the College Process

December 3, 2019

Any CRLS senior looking for further education after high school will inevitably cross paths with the College Board.

Technology: For the People or for the Corporate World?

Technology: For the People or for the Corporate World?

December 3, 2019

As we enter a new age of technological advancement, American consumers must distinguish the line between technology for the benefit of the people and technology for the preservation of the bourgeoisie.

Eating Local for the Future

Eating Local for the Future

November 30, 2019

In 2019, it’s common to eat without thinking about the food itself. What is often missed is that the journey your food has been through before it reaches you.

Representative Hill Resignation

Representative Hill Resignation

November 30, 2019

The case of Katie Hill is a peculiar one. When she won her seat in 2018, she was the first Democrat to win in California’s 25th Congressional district in 25 years, and she showed promise as an up-and-coming new member of the House of Representatives.

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