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EDITORIAL: Rhetoric and bluster filling our screens

EDITORIAL: Rhetoric and bluster filling our screens

October 17, 2018

Jakob Srohl is a junior at NPHS. After reading many editorial pieces published by the Knight Crier, he felt the need to address the differences between opinion and rhetoric, This is his submitted piece to The KC.

EDITORIAL: Climate change more immediate than many realize

EDITORIAL: Climate change more immediate than many realize

October 16, 2018

A new climate change report threatens serious danger in the next twelve years if this reality is not handled. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) ...

EDITORIAL: Reflecting on Kavanaugh’s new position

EDITORIAL: Reflecting on Kavanaugh’s new position

October 12, 2018

Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh was officially sworn in this week. America is in a divided uproar. If our country wasn’t in chaos befor...

EDITORIAL: The never ending issue of discrimination

Hannah Nguyen, Staff Writer

October 11, 2018

Filed under Opinion

What makes someone “American”? Does it depend on the color of your skin or whether or not you were born here? Is it your capability to speak English? What makes someone “more American” than someone else? Discrimination against minorities for speaking a different language is a topic that is never discussed enough. We continue to watch videos of racists attacking min...

Opposing Views: Standing with Ford and Kavanaugh

Opposing Views: Standing with Ford and Kavanaugh

October 5, 2018

Knight Crier writers Gabby Corrado and Logan Dubil examine the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh in light of the allegations of Christine Blasey...

EDITORIAL: Can students best be measured on intellect or character?

EDITORIAL: Can students best be measured on intellect or character?

October 3, 2018

Most people can agree that the concepts of modern education are flawed at best. The foundation of teaching has been formed by strong roots, which is why i...

EDITORIAL: Young voters essential to political change

EDITORIAL: Young voters essential to political change

October 2, 2018

TOWAMENCIN - Even though there is an increasingly polarized political climate in the United States, the voter turnout for millennials is significantly lo...

EDITORIAL: The upside of undecided

EDITORIAL: The upside of undecided

October 2, 2018

At eighteen, I still have not decided on my favorite food. My favorite type of drink is a mystery. For colors, I remain confused on whether I prefer na...

EDITORIAL: Music is more

EDITORIAL: Music is more

October 2, 2018

TOWAMENCIN - Music has a different meaning for everyone. My parents divorced when I was in the fifth grade. At first, I was excited that my dad was...

EDITORIAL: Reflecting one year after the Las Vegas tragedy

EDITORIAL: Reflecting one year after the Las Vegas tragedy

October 1, 2018

TOWAMENCIN- 365 days ago, we all woke up to the news of yet another mass murder in America. That time, it was at a country musical festival on the Las Veg...

EDITORIAL: Humanity in crisis; Kavanaugh case more than politics

EDITORIAL: Humanity in crisis; Kavanaugh case more than politics

September 28, 2018

Senior year is the time where high schoolers can finally breathe; SATs are completed, applications are sent, and graduation is approaching. This is the tim...

EDITORIAL: The allegory of life

EDITORIAL: The allegory of life

September 27, 2018

Allegory - A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one. I used to think that I ...

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