Opinions

Opinions

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By Alecia Sexton Layout Manager Most people have heard the terms ‘acid’ and ‘base’ at some point in their lives. For many, however, the closest frame...

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By Josie Rerecich Staff Writer “Abby Carnelia’s One and Only Magical Power” by David Pogue is a fantasy novel, written in the form of a biography....

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By Christopher Trick Staff Writer “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States...

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By Morgan Kashinsky Staff Writer I agree with the column by Christopher Trick published by the Pioneer on Nov. 28 about the opening of Amazon’s new...

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By Jaqueline Escobar Staff Writer Many people have strong, thoughtful opinions about birthright citizenship. Although it may anger some, I want to be clear that my...

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By Christopher Trick Staff Writer On Tuesday, Nov. 13, Amazon announced that it would move its new headquarters to New York City and Arlington, Virginia; the...

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By Josh Tolentino Staff Writer Editor’s Note: “Voiced” is political opinion column taking a liberal stance. While “Voiced” reflects the thoughts and beliefs of the columnist,...

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In the Nov. 14 issue of The Pioneer, we published a political opinion column, “Trick’s Take,” that gives one student’s perspective on the issue...

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By Josie Rerecich Staff Writer “The Search for Wondla” by Tony DiTerlizzi is the first book in the Wondla trilogy, which chronicles the story of Eva...

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By Alecia Sexton Layout Manager With the stress of finals approaching, holiday shopping, trying to stay warm in this frigid weather, commuting long hours, and anything...