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A Look at America: Title VII

A Look at America: Title VII

November 7, 2019

Supreme Court is hearing cases to decide whether or not to outlaw discrimination based on sex identification or sexual orientation across the United States.

Women’s Representation in Curriculum

Women’s Representation in Curriculum

April 5, 2019

The editorial board staff explores the issue of women’s representation in academia and academic literature, especially that which is presented to students at school.

Presidential Qualifications

Presidential Qualifications

March 4, 2019

The U.S. Constitution establishes three enumerated qualifications for a presidential candidate: one must be a natural-born citizen, must be a resident of the United States for 14 years, and be at least 35 years old. The Gaucho Gazette editorial board considers the significance of these qualifications, especially in the political climate that will greatly influence the 2020 presidential election.

Screen Time: Tool or Distraction?

Screen Time: Tool or Distraction?

February 14, 2019

An age in which people are surrounded by screens prompts a discussion of whether or not human dependence and usage of electronics is a positive or negative advance in society. The Gaucho Gazette editorial board explores advantages and disadvantages to screen time. 

Editorial: Working for a Living, Working for a Future

Editorial: Working for a Living, Working for a Future

December 15, 2018

While many students at the school and in high schools around the country choose to take a job, some claim that taking on this extra responsibility isn’t as beneficial as they may think. The Gaucho Gazette editorial board debates the advantages and harm in being employed while in high school.

Editorial: Innocent Until Proven Guilty

Editorial: Innocent Until Proven Guilty

November 3, 2018

Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s Senate confirmation hearing for the Supreme Court raised questions regarding whether or not it was possible to convict Kavanaugh of something that happened decades before. However, many people were deeply concerned by the possibility that Kavanaugh was actually guilty. But is it okay to assume that a defendant is innocent if it could be harmful?

The Disputation over Addiction

The Disputation over Addiction

September 8, 2018

After singer Demi Lovato was hospitalized as a result of an apparent drug overdose on July 24, debate about drug addiction broke out; people disagreed over whether or not drug addiction is a choice. Many said Lovato had special treatment because of her fame and that most drug abusers were blamed because their addiction was seen as a personal decision. But what are the dangers of calling addiction a choice, and how do we keep addicts from avoiding responsibility for their problems?

The War on Internet Piracy

The War on Internet Piracy

April 11, 2018

Internet piracy is an issue that plagues the media, music, and film industries, as cyberspace is a vastly...

Quality Versus Quantity

Quality Versus Quantity

February 9, 2018

Tenure is a policy put in place to guarantee teachers job security. A novel idea, however, tenure provides...

Editorial: The Right to Bear

Editorial: The Right to Bear

October 7, 2017

Women have long been discouraged from pursuing powerful positions in the job field of politics. Recently,...

Senior Projects: Should they stay or should they go?

Senior Projects: Should they stay or should they go?

April 29, 2017

8,000 hours: Senior Projects benefit the community By Principal Eric Backman At our school, we strive to pre...

Fantasy Football: Gambling on the Quarterback Behind the Screen

Fantasy Football: Gambling on the Quarterback Behind the Screen

February 27, 2017

Pro: Not Just A Game of Chance Many consider football as “America’s favorite pastime”; however,...

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