Phones should not be banned next year due to student dependence

OPINION BY JULIE WELLERT As the students of Wadsworth High School know, rumors of a not-so-great change have been going around. People already know about how the students are all receiving Chromebooks. The problem is, however, there have been whispers about phones being banned entirely along with the receiving of Chromebooks. While there has not been any official decision, students have been concerned about it more than anything. The most interesting part of this is the amount of emotion, or more specifically, worry, that is being put into a “rule” that has not even been set in stone yet. Currently, … Continue reading Phones should not be banned next year due to student dependence

Group related activities falsely advertise the enhancement of learning students should experience

BY ANNA BOWLING Throughout years of school, we are taught to play nicely with others, work with teammates, and develop strong leadership skills. These groups continue and mature and students develop independent characteristics. Many groups focus on creating a team, … Continue reading Group related activities falsely advertise the enhancement of learning students should experience

How The New York Times caused a stir in the Oval Office and how it affects The Bruin

A HEAD-TO-HEAD DEBATE BY ANNA BOWLING & PATRICK CHAMIER When advisors ignore set rules, it allows for confusion and exploitation of White House policy OPINION BY PATRICK CHAMIER On September 5, The New York Times released an Op-Ed article titled … Continue reading How The New York Times caused a stir in the Oval Office and how it affects The Bruin