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SENIOR PROJECT CONTROVERSY

SENIOR PROJECT CONTROVERSY

Shelby Dorman, Web Staff

January 13, 2018


Filed under OPINION, SHOWCASE

To the dismay of many students, the SHS administration announced a number of topics banned for the senior projects. Most were highly controversial issues such as the death penalty, abortion, legalization of marijuana, same sex marriage, and religion. Was it ethical to limit the academic freedom of s...

APPEARANCE EXPECTATIONS

Ahna Groat and Aaron Cole

December 22, 2017


Filed under OPINION, POINT/COUNTERPOINT

Ahna Groat Despite bloggers who use social media as a platform to try and help boost self confidence in girls, there still seems to be a deficit in overall self confidence. Many girls feel incapable of coming to school without looking nice. Some even wake up hours before school to put on their ...

MATERIALISM MINDSET

MATERIALISM MINDSET

December 22, 2017


Filed under OPINION

As the month of December progresses and we delve deeper into the holiday season, people begin the arduous task of seasonal shopping. While the “giving season” may have started with noble intent, the lines between buying things to show gratitude for another person, and buying something because of...

THE ANATOMY OF A HIGH SCHOOL RELATIONSHIP

THE ANATOMY OF A HIGH SCHOOL RELATIONSHIP

Evelyn Webster, Web Staff

December 13, 2017


Filed under OPINION, SHOWCASE

Relationships and dating may not seem beneficial to a high school student’s future romantic life, although, in my opinion, they seem to help teenagers with social growth and maturity. Being a high school student, and having a few relationship experiences, I know that they’re not detrimental ...

1-Minute Debate

1-Minute Debate

Cedar Post Staff

November 28, 2017


Filed under OPINION, SHOWCASE, VIDEO

PUNCH OUT PUNCTUATION

Sarah Brown, Web Staff

November 20, 2017


Filed under OPINION

Punctuation in texting: Is it important? Although in some instances punctuation is important, in texting, not so much. When texting a family member or a friend, how often does one think about the punctuation that they are using? For many people, the answer is probably not often or never. Texting...

PROCRASTINATION PROBLEMS

Emerson Kanning, Opinion Editor

November 20, 2017


Filed under OPINION

Procrastination is an established feature of the high school experience. Students stay up late when they cannot finish their homework, yet if students learned to cope with the constant parasitic procrastination, then they would be more likely to be able to handle schoolwork. Studying for tests can...

TAKING MORE TIME THAN A TWEET

TAKING MORE TIME THAN A TWEET

November 20, 2017


Filed under OPINION

At the advent of the social media era, traditional pen and paper activism has become less prevalent. Instead, technology-savvy people have turned to utilizing social media as a way to make their point.  While everyone deserves the right to voice their opinion, is utilizing a social media platform really...

1-MINUTE DEBATE

1-MINUTE  DEBATE

Cedar Post Staff

November 18, 2017


Filed under OPINION, SHOWCASE, VIDEO

STEREOTYPICAL STANDARDS

STEREOTYPICAL STANDARDS

October 31, 2017


Filed under OPINION

When the term “teenager” comes up, people immediately imagine the stereotype of young people partying, driving recklessly, playing loud music, and not getting along with the adults around us. It’s important to remember that no matter who someone becomes, or what they do, there will always be a...

ACCESS-IBLE RESOURCES

Corinne Capodagli, Opinion Editor

October 31, 2017


Filed under OPINION

As the semester progresses and students familiarize themselves with the ups and downs of a new school year, they begin to realize the importance of one integral learning tool in particular: ACCESS. An approximate half hour window after school between 2:48 to 3:15, ACCESS provides students with the...

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