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Opinions on the Attack of the Capital

The events on January 6th have been called a riot, a protest, an insurrection, a vicious mob, and the list goes on. Although as a community we cannot all agree about what happened to the Capitol on that catalytic day, we do know that the deep divide in our co...

How Belmont Hill could change after the pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has altered numerous aspects of everyday Belmont Hill life, from sports practices to the academic schedule to meals, and has allowed students and faculty alike to reconsider long-held school traditions. While many of these changes will li...

President Biden’s first 100 days

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, newly-elected President Joe Biden has more to accomplish in his fi...

Pulled over: Police Stops

The new year uncorked a culture of emergency in our country that I always thought was the symptom of...

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 student...

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

There is no such thing as the “Hispanic vote.” In misconstruing the US’ Latino community t...

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...