Category: Opinion

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I can consistently and accurately identify why the proficiency grading system fails students

By: Natalie Foote Grading day. After a week of exhausting finals, grades pour in, and students start to wonder: “What did I get on that math test? How will it affect my grade? How will my teacher grade my work and average the scores?” All of these questions and more run through students’ minds on ...

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It’s time for students and staff to reconnect

By: Melody Cosgrove Recently, students and faculty at Beaverton High have expressed concerns that our school administrators are out of touch with the student body. Given the constant stream of advisories and assemblies during Beaver Lodge, it’s not surprising. We’ve all had that moment where we walk into Beaver Lodge, ready to either slack off ...

Gun safety classes for first graders are a good idea

A suggested bill that needs to be heard out completely before making a decision

Let’s get loud, Latinos

Together, Latinos and other oppressed groups can rise up and vote Trump off the Presidential thrown and help restore the democracy

Take the “Old Town Road” into new music

Old Town Road shatters stereotypes, set to be sound of the summer