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  • The MLB Needs to Wake Up and Smell the Roses (Opinion)

    Robert Powell '19

    He has 4,265 hits. He played in 3,562 games. He is a 3 time World Series champion. He is the 1975 World Series MVP, the 973 NL MVP, and a two time Golden Glove winner. He is one of the greats, maybe even the greatest to ever play baseball.  But he will probably never get into the MLB Hall of Fame. He is Pete Rose.
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  • Result - Do you think Pete Rose should be in the MLB Hall of Fame?

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  • Antidepressants are Effective: but are they Over-prescribed?

    Eva Pierrot '19
    With antidepressant prescriptions on the rise, it is important to ask what the reasons are behind this increase.
     
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    Dissociating DID from Media’s Stereotypes

    Laura Bedser '19
    Can you fathom sharing the space of your body and mind with other people? Or, more specifically, multiple personalities? This is the reality of life for people living with dissociative identity disorder (DID), previously known as multiple personality disorder, and this mental illness has been sorely misrepresented in media.  
     
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  • Fed Care About Testing, What About Protecting? (Opinion)

    Lauren Wright '19
    After former President George W. Bush enacted the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, communities and parents were given hope that all children in America would recieve equal opportunities for quality education. This act put in place standards that involved testing and curriculum requirements which exemplified the federal government’s emphasis on educating the youth of America. But what about protecting the youth of America?
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  • 2018-19 NBA Drama

    Michael Carroll '22
    The Golden State Warriors completed their second straight demolition of the NBA four months ago, and now a new ride of potential domination begins. There are an abundance of new storylines before the 2018-19 NBA season gets underway; from the arrival of a fifth star in Golden State to the Jimmy Butler saga in Minnesota.

    And, of course, superstar LeBron James has migrated to Los Angeles to play for the Lakers.

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  • Friendship is More Than a Comment Section

    Maggie McGill '21
    The idea of having apps where you can call, text, and post pictures as a way to communicate with your friends, appears to be a useful and innovative 21st century tool. However, while an overwhelming number of people are using these apps, are we overlooking the many issues that these social media apps bring to the table?
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  • Trolls. They're Not Living Under Bridges Anymore

    Dean Luciano '19
    Do you remember grumpy old trolls or the troll dolls you rub for good luck? Well, trolls no longer live under bridges - they live behind computer screens. In today’s high tech world of internet slang, the word trolls refers to people who “antagonize others online by deliberating posting inflammatory, irrelevant, or offensive comments or other disruptive content.”  And these self-proclaimed internet personalities are part of a social media subculture whose behavior can be dangerous.
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  • Brutality Behind Beauty: Stop Animal Testing Now

    Amy Young '20
    As one would think, beauty should be positive and appealing; or so we think. The purpose of cosmetic products is to make consumers feel attractive and confident. If this is so, than why is it that cosmetic brands continue to use animal testing to ensure the safety of their products, despite the not so beautiful consequences?
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  • Alzheimer's: Becoming Aware

    Maggie McGill '21
    Since 1906 when Dr. Alois Alzheimer, a German physician analyzed patient Auguste D’s memory loss and other psychological symptoms to microscopic brain changes, the focus on Alzheimer’s disease has been a serious one. Senior Grace Conboy knows all too well the personal effects of this devastating illness.
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  • Don't Let Go Of Your Childhood Books

    Laura Bedser '19

    Your childhood books may be gathering dust right now, but your favorite stories are one treasure from the past you’ll want to keep.
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  • SPOILER ALERT

    Laura Bedser '19

    It’s a phenomenon that’s destroying friendships everywhere. Toxic social media is full of hidden mines one must carefully maneuver on the dawn of new releases.
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  • How To Read A Book You REALLY Don't Want To Read

    We’ve all been there. For me, it was sophomore year, and the dreaded novel was A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. 
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  • Banned Books and Literary Rebellions

    Laura Bedser '19

    What’s a banned book? You may be picturing a leather-bound copy found only in the restricted section of the library. In reality, though, you’ve probably read at least one banned book during your high school career.
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  • Reading Is Not Pretentious

    Laura Bedser '19

    Everybody has a hobby. No one hobby is better than the other; us humans are just doing activities we enjoy. 
     
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  • Reading Might Make You Feel Unintelligent... And That's Okay

    Laura Bedser '19

    Not every book is easy to follow. Classics, with their flowery language and dated dialect, can be especially confusing. One of the most intimidating things about reading is fearing your own capability to comprehend the plot of a complex book.
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  • The Great Book Debate

    Laura Bedser '19

    There’s an ongoing debate in the modern world of readers: which reading format is better: paper or screen? Here’s a simple breakdown of some perspectives to consider.
     
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  • Books You Should Read!

    Laura Bedser '19

    If I hadn’t made it clear already, I love to read. Here’s a handful of phenomenal books that left a lasting impression on me. I hope you’ll give them a try, too!
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  • The Name Game

    Laura Bedser '19

    We are not defined by our names, but they are how we’re identified by others. Your first name is what you’re called and foremost recognized by, and your last name marks you as part of your family.
     
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  • About Me!

    Laura Bedser '19

    I’ve been a lover of words for as long as I can remember. This began at age two, as my parents fondly recall, when I’d ask them what every single road sign said from my child-seat in the back of the car. Early on, I discovered a love for reading, and soon after, writing.
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Notre Dame High School

Located on 100 beautiful acres in Central New Jersey, Notre Dame High School, founded in 1957, is a college preparatory school for grades 9 - 12, preparing young men and women for lives of purpose, built upon a foundation of Catholic faith, with a commitment to academics, co-curricular activities and service to others.