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Is Vaping Really an Epidemic?

Is Vaping Really an Epidemic?

Ryan Bradley

January 16, 2020

Companies that manufacture, produce and sell e-cigarettes and vapes have been under intense heat over the last couple of years from the media and government. This has mainly been the result of an increase vaping-related death and illnesses among teens. According to a study from the Centers for Disease...

Here’s What I Think: Silence

Here’s What I Think: Silence

Phil Mullen

December 18, 2019

Silence is one of the most powerful tools that humans have, and the best part about it is that anyone and everyone can utilize it. The ability to just sit down all alone and be completely silent is a beautiful thing. It’s how you can discover who you really are and open up the door to a much more...

The True Cost of Black Friday

The True Cost of Black Friday

Michael Jaeger

November 29, 2019

It’s Thanksgiving night. The whole is family gathered around a table in their finest garments, eating a home cooked meal and enjoying each other’s company, Uncle Jim tells that story of that one time on vacation, Grandpa tells everyone how thankful he is to be there, and 50 million people are fighting...

Here’s What I Think: Standardized Tests

Here’s What I Think: Standardized Tests

Phil Mullen

November 14, 2019

“Stop. Put your pencil down and close the test booklet.” The infamous words that we all know too well. Whether it be the ACT, SAT, or one of the standardized tests many of us took as middle schoolers, that phrase is said at the end of each section when time is complete. There are many flaws involved...

Here’s What I Think: Toilet Seats

Here’s What I Think: Toilet Seats

Phil Mullen

October 13, 2019

It was a gloomy Wednesday morning. I had just finished my first Statistics test, and I was not feeling good about it. The cramps in my stomach weren’t helping me out either. All I wanted was to go to the restroom and relaxingly use one of the stalls. I walk in, sit down, and immediately spring up…...

Sleeping on the Job: Why Chaminade Should Change its Start Time

Sleeping on the Job: Why Chaminade Should Change its Start Time

Ryan Bradley

October 9, 2019

One of the ubiquitous problems that affects most school communities is the issue of school start times. At Chaminade, our school day officially begins at 7:45 AM.  Unfortunately, this early start time almost guarantees that many students will not get the recommended number of hours of sleep each night. ...

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