• Natasha, I enjoyed reading your article on preschool as it is a prevailing debate in the current society. I agree with you when you say that “Preschool is also a place where children learn to interact with others and expand their creativity. During play time, children learn to share toys and play with other children that are in their class.” I…[Read more]

  • Kota, it is interesting to see your viewpoint on the school uniform policy as it directly applies to us and other students at Judge. I agree with you when you say “Someone will always have nicer shoes, or wear jewelry that is nicer than someone else. There is no way to fully grasp this, and I am glad to see that some people still give their own…[Read more]

  • As climate change has become a hot topic in politics and beyond, opposing viewpoints on this issue have had many controversial debates over the past few years. Some claim that climate change is being used as the

  • Wesley, you got me thinking about all the past concerts I’ve been to that I’ve used my phone at. I think it should be personal freedom on whether to use your phones at concerts. I agree with the notion that posting on social media about your favorite artists gives you a sense of accomplishment and self-care. However, it can get distracting to hav…[Read more]

  • Katie, I am also interested in this topic because my school has recently started this app where it allows parents to track their kids’ online footprint. When you say “speech does not disrupt the school’s environment” I agree because things that happen online had the equal likelihood to happen in real life also. It is interesting to see that a lot…[Read more]

  • Although service is highlighted and glorified in the media, currently, the motives of short term service trips are being challenged. The traditional aspect of bringing a convergence of cultures and introducing

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