Opinion

Technology Takeover

June 16, 2017 The Arrow 0

BY JESSIE WEBB Whenever I’m with my family, my mom always tells me to put my phone away because it’s not necessary. I get that she might want to talk as a family, but what […]

Opinion

Homework or Chores?

June 16, 2017 The Arrow 0

BY GABRIELLE SCHINKEL There are many days -mainly during sports seasons- when I come home and already am stressing about how late I will be up getting ready for bed and doing my homework.  Some […]

Opinion

Goodbye from the Editor

June 16, 2017 The Arrow 0

BY KASEY CHARRON I will try (and fail) to avoid cliches in this. While I look forward to attending Ithaca College this Fall, it saddens me to know I will no longer be Editor in […]

Opinion

No Excuse for Agression

June 16, 2017 The Arrow 0

BY NICOLE LAPLANT Although some people may believe that males are born to be aggressive and females to be peaceful, aggressiveness is a human condition, and is in everyone. Aggression is dependent upon the person, […]

Opinion

Respect for the Flag

May 19, 2017 The Arrow 3

BY LAURAINE NICHOLLS I always thought of the United States of America as the home of freedom, dreams, hope, and opportunity. With all the things happening in the world, I am happy to be an […]

Opinion

Pom Poms are so Last Year

May 12, 2017 The Arrow 0

BY GABBY BUTEAU “5,6,7,8” may be the only chant you hear a cheerleader say in today’s age, replacing the cheers and pom poms of yesterday. Today, the main focus of this debated sport is a […]

Opinion

Baton Twirling is a Sport

May 5, 2017 The Arrow 0

BY NICOLE LaPLANT As a sport that has been misrepresented by the old-fashioned majorettes for decades, baton twirling has been swept under the rug as no more than a fun activity. Baton twirling is a […]

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