Opinion

Promoting healthy female identity

May 29, 2020 The Arrow 0

BY GABBIE MARCUCCIO There is a clear struggle to empower young women amid a culture that has shamed them for centuries for one of the most basic aspects of a woman: her sexuality. The rise […]

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Does technology make us happy?

May 29, 2020 The Arrow 0

BY LIAM O’DONNELL Social media has been marketed as a way to keep friends in touch with each other, and as a result make people happy. With increasing technology one has to wonder if technology […]

Opinion

The SAVE club wants to make a difference

February 19, 2020 The Arrow 0

BY MADELYNN DUNAHOO Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) is a new club whose goal is to help students in Canton High School create a safe and more positive environment, in support of Superintendent Kevin Case’s […]

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Why homework does not equal better learning

December 11, 2019 The Arrow 0

BY MARA LLOYD Along with school, occasional stress and anxiety are parts of any American teenager’s life. It’s well-established that there is a connection between the two— there’s already plenty of evidence to support that. […]

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Planet Earth: the good news

October 23, 2019 The Arrow 0

By MARA LLOYD Lately, the only articles with the word “earth” in the title are about the rising of sea levels, the extinction of a species, or what percentage of plastic is actually recycled. It’s […]

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