NubiaGomez School policy states students shouldn’t carry any weapons such as guns, pocket knives, lighters or anything that may harm an individual. If students can’t carry any of these objects with them, then why should teachers? Teachers should not be armed with guns in school. Although it may save lives, it can also take them… Continue reading Arming teachers: a threat for school shootings?
SebastienGanivet In another article, I talked about how the quest for money was making video games, among other things, less original. However, lack of originality is not the video game industry's biggest problem right now. Microtransactions are gradually becoming more and more prevalent and video games as well as those who play them are hurt… Continue reading Microtransactions: A plague on video games
SebastienGanivet Entertainment is a core part of our lives more than ever. According to the Bureau of Labour Statistics, there has been a steady increase in leisure time as well as money spent on non-necessities since the beginning of the 20th century. However, as people spend more resources on entertainment, I believe entertainment… Continue reading The entertainment industry is worse off because of money
A look into how a competitive classroom environment is harmful for students. Sports is where competing should be, not in our own classrooms. In today’s society, we constantly compare ourselves to others; that rolls over into classrooms. We feel the need to be the very best at everything, to get in the best… Continue reading Staff Editorial: Crisis in the Classroom