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Biden, Not Sanders, Is the Key to a Democratic Victory in November

Graham Quigley, Sports Editor

March 30, 2020

The fate of both the Democratic Party and the United States of America rests on the outcome of this November’s election. Yet, if Democrats fail to understand the monumental gravity and immense danger present in this election, the nation will not only face another four years of Donald Trump as president but also see countless pieces of harmful legislation enacted that will o...

Pictured: The closest thing CRLS has to a garden, a movable wheeled bed.

CRLS Needs a Garden

March 25, 2020

Down-Ballot Races Are More Important This Year Than Ever

Down-Ballot Races Are More Important This Year Than Ever

March 23, 2020

The race for the Democratic presidential nomination has been intense over the past few weeks. Many surprising twists, turns, endorsements, and dropouts late...

Media Consolidation is Threatening the Spirit of Journalism

Media Consolidation is Threatening the Spirit of Journalism

March 23, 2020

Journalists are the truth-seekers of society. But what happens when journalism itself struggles to survive? In the past ten years, many industries have...

Tik Tok: The New Epicenter of Cultural Appropriation

March 23, 2020

Practically everyone with any kind of social media has seen at least one TikTok. Most likely, it was a person, or a group of people, doing a fast-paced d...

REAL ID Will Further Divide America and Actually Threaten Our National Security

REAL ID Will Further Divide America and Actually Threaten Our National Security

March 23, 2020

As October of this year approaches, countless people in Cambridge, as well as millions across the nation, will be faced with the task of obtaining a RE...

Consumerism has made Valentine's Day a materialistic holiday.

Valentines Day Has Been Corrupted by Consumerism

March 5, 2020

Because of this assumption, consumers are guilted into spending more than they should—rather impulsively, as well—in order to show their love.

Mr. Benson teaches his classes in a flipped classroom style.

Flipped Classrooms: Best as a Choice, Not a Given

March 5, 2020

Teachers are always striving to find the most effective ways to educate their students in the most time-efficient manner. One new teaching method that is becoming more and more popular is the “reverse” or “flipped” classroom method.

The Coronavirus Is Fueling a Harmful Epidemic of Racism

The Coronavirus Is Fueling a Harmful Epidemic of Racism

March 5, 2020

Over the past month, the coronavirus, a deadly respiratory disease, has struck communities in China and sparked worldwide concern, but it’s not the onl...

CRLS Ski Club went on their annual three night trip to Stowe, VT over February break.

Hit the Slopes with the Ski Club

March 5, 2020

Saturdays can be boring. We’ve all been there. Perhaps you want to do something exciting; you want to get on your feet. Do not fret—the Ski Club is h...

Given that it is debt-ridden, it is not in the MBTA’s best interest to offer free fares.

Equitable Transit in Cambridge Without Free Fares for All

March 5, 2020

About a month ago, the Cambridge City Council voted to “look into” the feasibility of free MBTA bus service throughout Cambridge for the purpose of increasing usage, taking traffic off of the road, and “equity.”

The legal age to consume alcohol in the US is 21.

A National Minimum Drinking Age is Unconstitutional

March 5, 2020

Despite our stated commitment to freedom and liberty, the United States is the only Western nation where the minimum legal drinking age is 21.

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