Student Opinion: Youngkin’s new transgender rules are a step in the right direction

Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin recently announced new rules concerning how public schools deal with transgender youth. The rules specify that children in schools must use the bathroom and locker room that corresponds to their biological sex. Additionally, teachers must refer to these children by the name listed on their birth certificate and their biological pronouns unless express permission is given […]

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Student Opinion: Homeschooling may be the fastest-growing educational trend

Homeschooling may be the fastest-growing educational trend in our country. With recent issues in both public and private schools, parents are opting for more control over what their children learn. But is choosing to homeschool your kids beneficial, or does it deprive them of certain life lessons and social skills? I have experience in both going to private school and […]

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Spoiler Warning: The Rings of Power Review

The Lord of the Rings franchise received its long-awaited prequel TV installment on Sept. 1 on Amazon Prime Video. The result, however, is a Second Age Middle-earth story with borrowed and original content sure to satisfy some viewers but disappoint others. New fans of the franchise will see that “The Rings of Power” is a directionless conglomerate of high fantasy […]

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Washington Monumental Disrespect

The Washington Monument, the skyscraping obelisk in remembrance of our first president, was found splattered with red paint and a profane message just days ago. Defacing our nation’s monuments has become a trend in recent years. People suddenly decide the individual or idea the monument stands for does not deserve the honor of a memorial and set out to destroy […]

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Why Christians should vote

Politics, for better or for worse, is something every single person will have some kind of interaction with in their lifetime. Many Christians bemoan this fact, seeing anything to do with politics as unnecessarily divisive, and choose to abstain from any political processes, including voting. But is this the right approach to take, or should Christians exercise their right to […]

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The expectations of the pro-life movement

In 1973, the pro-life movement began a 50-year plan to overturn the Supreme Court’s ruling in Roe v. Wade that legalized abortion in the United States. Three months ago, they finally saw the reward of all those years of protests, controversial Supreme Court nominations and lawsuits with the Dobbs v. Jackson decision, which gave states control over abortion regulations. Pro-life […]

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