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Is History Meaningful?

Initially, the question may seem unworthy of attention.  For over two-thousand years, have we not used thoughtful studies of human civilization to understand who we are, where we have been, and where we are going?  Haven’t those lacking such knowledge

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What would you do for Love?

The first season of You follows Joe, a bookseller who goes to strange lengths to lure in Guinevere Beck, an innocent hopeless romantic. Joe will do anything and everything to keep her

Melanie Martinez K-12 Review

In “K12”, her sophomore album, Melanie Martinez offers her commentary on the society we live in. Her visuals are airy, interspersed with pleasing pastel color schemes, but her lyrics and music resonate

folklore – Sad, Beautiful, and Tragic.

Folkore by Taylor Swift (stylized in all lowercase) is a phenomenal musical masterpiece.  Opening the album with a piano, the 1, starts off the album with a joyful sound and vibe, the

Review of Harry Styles’ “Fine Line”

As the colorful lights start to flash, an anxious audience trembles with excitement and anticipation. Out of nowhere, a mysterious, monotone voice comes over the loudspeaker causing the slew of fans to

Cross Country Gets No Respect

Here we are in November, so many months after Tommy Li, arguably Longmeadow’s best ever runner, broke the school record in the mile with the time of 4:21, and yet the Track

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Calculus is Trivial

“Calculus is trivial”. The phrase doesn’t even make sense. How can something as quintessential to modern society as calculus be of little importance? If calculus isn’t important, why is it taught all

The Tragic Lack of Readers

Upon the invention of the World Wide Web in 1989 by Tim Berners-Lee,the internet has made its way into the orthodoxy of everyday life. Neverbefore has history seen such a rapid advance

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