What’s In a Name?

Ryan Klimkewicz

February 12, 2014

Filed under Editorials

Is the phrase “Lax Bro” an accurate representation of a college or high school lacrosse player? Many people outside of the sport think of lacrosse players as hardcore partiers with grades only high enough to pass. This image...

Bullying on Twitter

Ryan Klimkewicz

December 23, 2013

Filed under Editorials

You hear about it every time you turn on the TV: “Teen commits suicide over cyber bullying” or “three arrested in cyber bullying case.” Cyber bullying is an epidemic sweeping the nations schools and The Albany Academies...

The Era of Selfies

Sarah Jones

December 15, 2013

Filed under Editorials

These days, almost anybody with an Instagram account has, at least once, had the experience of scrolling through their feed, only to be bombarded by endless selfies posted by their peers. While mindlessly scrolling, and perhaps,...

Reputation

Sawyer Balint

November 22, 2013

Filed under Editorials

There is a common misconception that one’s value is based on one’s financial status. That is to say, to increase one’s personal value, he must pursue a life of accumulating material wealth. In reality, this is far from the...

How Much Do You Owe?

How Much Do You Owe?

October 10, 2013

Editorial: Gun Control

Editorial: Gun Control

October 6, 2013

Keeping a Watchful Eye on North Korea

Griffin Keegan

April 30, 2013

Filed under Editorials

Since 1951, the Korean peninsula has been a flashpoint in world affairs.  U.S. troops have been stationed on the DMZ since the armistice, more than fifty years ago, and throughout the Cold War and the years following, two dictators...

Gun Control: Another Perspective

Griffin Keegan

February 11, 2013

Filed under Editorials

In the time since the Newtown shooting, the debate on gun control has raged in the United States.  The President has introduced a proposal barring assault rifles, and our own governor has rammed an extremely controversial bill...

Looking Ahead to 2016: The Future of the Republican Party

Griffin Keegan

December 1, 2012

Filed under Editorials

It is finally over. The constant ads, signs littering every lawn, and heated political arguments have, for at least the next two years, receded. The result, as we all are aware, some of us painfully, was a stunning victory for...

Editorials