CT Primary Outcome: Republican

  On April 26, Connecticut voters headed to the polls to select their preferred candidate for the Connecticut Primary. Republican frontrunner Donald Trump easily took home the 28 delegates. The 69-year-old also claimed Pennsylvania, Maryland, Rhode Island and Delaware. According to the Associated Press, Trump entered the contest with 845 delegates, followed by Ted Cruz… Read More CT Primary Outcome: Republican

Should Apple’s Refusal to Comply be Allowed?

On Feb. 16, a federal judge ordered Apple to build custom software that would enable the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to break into an iPhone 5c used by San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook. Apple has refused and the result is a “complicated legal skirmish” (livescience.com). The FBI has argued that the All Writs… Read More Should Apple’s Refusal to Comply be Allowed?

Should We Have to Read Shakespeare Every Year?

Con Oh, Shakespeare! One of the most dreaded units of the English 9-12 curriculums, stressing out teenagers nationwide with the Early English language. After reading A Midsummer Night’s Dream freshman year, the point of Shakespeare has been made. He wrote plays about love stories, tragedies and even a few ‘comedies’ that made new additions to… Read More Should We Have to Read Shakespeare Every Year?

The Way Super Bowl Commercials Should Work

There’s a reason non-football fans watch the Super Bowl. The commercials. We’ve all come to expect great things of Super Bowl commercials, like the adorable Clydesdale and his puppy friend or the stripper M&M. But this year, all the commercials were sadly lacking. We were swamped with dull car commercials and famous people talking to… Read More The Way Super Bowl Commercials Should Work