Category: Opinion

Helping Students Make History

In the last four years that I’ve attended Hanover High School, I rarely heard justified complaints about the high school’s academics.  We have a building of motivated, talented, and educated people looking over us;...

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Opinion on Ferguson

Being 16 years old, I had many reasons as to why I was still awake at 12:58 PM on a Saturday evening. But rather than watching television or playing video games like anyone my...

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Delaney’s Opinion: Objectifying Women

Something that has recently become a focus point in our culture is the objectifying of women. Catcalling, “inferiority” in the world and even some religious standpoints can shrink a woman’s feeling of self-worth. Call...

FORD’S RANT: THE DREADED CONDOM

Before we start talking about a thin, latex tube, in use since the 1800’s – originally sold “for the prevention of disease only” – let’s talk about life-changing events. And at the top of...

Libertarian club

As students at Hanover High School, we represent freedom. We are one of the few local schools to have open campus, x-periods, and such a meaningful form of student council. It seems this year,...

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Ford’s Rants: THE FEWTURE

Today – The Fewture of the American Public High School   It is important that you think about the fewture – ‘cuz you are it. And besides – it’s fun. The fewture of the...

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Bullying Awareness Month (October 2013)

Every year PACER hosts the National Bullying Prevention Month. This month brings awareness to what bullying does to people in a community. The months’s mantra is “The End of Bullying Begins with Me.” Everyone should take...

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The State of Vermont vs. Common Sense

            The Vermont legislature has proposed a tax on sugary drinks. According to the Valley News, this tax would add “a penny per ounce to the cost of sodas...

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Paperless School

Think of how much paper is used by schools. Even with the technological glory of computers, an average school uses an enormous amount of paper. Paper is everywhere; students read from books made of...