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The Balance of Politics at Belmont Hill and Winsor

While most high school students are still under the voting age, many Belmont Hill and Winsor students found themselves interested, invested, and involved in the 2020 presidential election. Whether you took time out of busy homework schedules to watch the debat...

The “Hispanic Vote” Does Not Exist, 2020 Proves It

There is no such thing as the “Hispanic vote.” In misconstruing the US’ Latino community to be politically homogeneous, politicians and pollsters (especially Democrats) committed grievous miscalculations and were caught by surprise. Countless promisi...

Hybrid vs. In-Person Learning at Winsor and Belmont Hill

In response to varying demographics and school infrastructure, Belmont Hill and Winsor have adapted ...

Trump Leaves GOP at Its Most Diverse in Sixty Years

The prevailing political narrative since at least 2002, the year of The Emerging Democratic Majority...

The Perceptions of Election Polls on Campus

So what happened to the election polls? According to a November 13th New York Times article, there a...

The Lesson from 2020: Progressivism Wins Elections

Despite a pandemic that has killed over 250,000, a near-unprecedented economic recession, and one of...

Belmont Hill Movie Review: War With Grandpa

As we walked into the deserted movie theatre, of course, the only selection available was the PG mov...

Increased Discussions on Campus about Current Issues

This year has undoubtedly been one of stress, high tensions, and conflict. On campus, we as a commun...

Community Service Continues Despite COVID-19

One of the many casualties of the Coronavirus pandemic has been the myriad of community service oppo...