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Wearable Technology: Fad or Future?

Sindu Soundararajan, Staff Writer

November 27

Filed under Opinion

Google’s Google Glasses, Apple’s iWatch, and Samsung’s Galaxy Gear Watch are just a few of the several new and exciting wearable technologies that have fascinated our generation. Their ability to track our footsteps, call...

Blink and You’ll Miss It

Corey Stubanas, Staff Writer

November 24

Filed under Opinion

How do most people receive their news? Do they watch their favorite pundit every evening? Do they read the news online every day, week, or month? Or does their knowledge of the world come from what they hear going about their...

Stop the Madness!

Stop the Madness!

November 12

Rights for All

Rights for All

November 11

Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

Corey Stubanas, Staff Writer

November 10

Filed under Opinion

A central debate in the present day is if and how those who have much are obligated to help those who have little. Often, the center of the discussion is minimum wage. Those in favor of raising it argue that it is the only moral...

Is Harriton Home to Cliques?

Pranav Pillai, OpEd Editor

November 3

Filed under Opinion

If the lunchroom is a microcosm of Harriton society, then Harriton is a highly divided school. From the more prominent “cults” of Harriton Science Olympiad, discussing last night’s chemistry homework to the loud, often nonsensical...

Feminists Find a Cleavage Between Logic and Law

Laney O’Shea, Features Editor

October 27

Filed under Opinion

According to multiple media outlets, the cleavage has not only been freed, but embraced by society as “high fashion” so why not the nipple? What unholy presences does this small skin discoloration bring about to society and...

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