Category: Editorials

Curtsy of Singularity Hub
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Caption: An functional magnetic Resonance Imager. The subject is put into the bore of the machine, or the center of the magnet.

Addiction Medicine

Twenty percent of US Adults smoke cigarettes. Half will die of a smoking related illness. In fact, in this century alone, it is projected that one billion people worldwide will die of a smoking...

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Social Media in Education

Facebook recently reached 1 billion users and at least 700 of those users are HHS students. Walking throughout the atrium, it is hard not to see at least two students checking Facebook. Hanover High...

Bias

Bias in the Common Day Media

This year’s presidential election is quickly approaching. Polls open Tuesday, November 6, and much of what voters hear on their televisions and radios is composed of obnoxious ads from both political parties telling them...

Gym Class for All

By Matt Wood Standing on a wooden platform perched high in the trees during a gym class freshman year, I am terrified, yet excited. I jump off and speed down the long zip-line through...

The teenage brain works best during specific hours of the day. Photo courtesy of interestingfactsblog.blogspot.com

Curing the Teenage Caffeine Addiction

By Eben Holbrook According to Psychology Today, studies show that the teenage mind is most active between the hours of 2pm and 9pm. To get all we can out of our education, shouldn’t we...

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GOP Debate: A Candidate Report Card

By Nick Bernold On October 11, Dartmouth College hosted a debate featuring the candidates for the Republican nomination for the presidency. It was an exciting opportunity for the community to take center stage in...

Navigating NYC

By Jennifer Comi Navigating NYC. Photo courtesy of Margaret Caldwelland Matt Prince Miles of road have stretched before us, hours have been spent listening to music, and many stories have been exchanged: as part...