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The Wrong Way to Handle Terrorism

The Wrong Way to Handle Terrorism

by Eli Duncan, Reporter
May 29, 2017
Filed under editorials, OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

Radical Islamic terrorism has plagued the Western world and the Middle East since the late 70’s. Islamic terrorism entered the Western world on April 12, 1985 when explosions shook the El Descanso restaurant in Madrid. That blast killed 18 people and injured 82, including 11 American servicemen. Over th...

The Effects of Apple’s Monopoly

The Effects of Apple’s Monopoly

by Joseph David, Reporter
May 25, 2017
Filed under editorials, OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

Apple’s release of the iPhone on June 29, 2007 marked the day that would initiate a technological global phenomenon that would continue to accelerate with each new release over the course of the following decade. Prior to the iPhone, companies such as LG, Blackberry and Motorola were already ins...

Are Video Games Harmful?

Are Video Games Harmful?

by Alexandra Timpa, Reporter
May 8, 2017
Filed under editorials, OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

It’s no secret that video games are loved by kids and teenagers all over the world. However, with the video game community increasing rapidly, and with no signs of slowing down, children are spending more time locked in their rooms rather than outside. So the question is; are video games harmful? There...

We’re Sorry if This Story Offends You

We’re Sorry if This Story Offends You

by Jake Grosvenor and Chandler Patrick
March 13, 2017
Filed under editorials, OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

Censorship (n): the suppression or prohibition of any parts of books, films, news, etc. that are considered obscene, politically unacceptable, or a threat to security. It’s been an age-long issue of trying to draw the ever-so-thin line of what is considered offensive or not. In more recent years, it ...

Anti-Bullying Programs Being Antiproductive

Anti-Bullying Programs Being Antiproductive

by Audrey Purciful, Reporter
March 9, 2017
Filed under editorials, OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

Over 3.2 million students are victims of bullying each year. Though that isn’t many, in comparison to the world's population of 7.4 billion, but that is still a lot of people. A lot of children and teenagers. That’s 77% of students who are bullied mentally, physically and emotionally. In the U.S. alon...

Why People Need to See More Independent Movies

Why People Need to See More Independent Movies

by Cole Greenberg, Senior Reporter
January 6, 2017
Filed under editorials, OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

“I’ve never heard of that movie.” “I could hardly sit through that.” “But have you seen Suicide Squad?!” These are the types of questions and responses I’m bombarded with when I talk to people about films. In the modern age, mainstream blockbusters are so resonant among such huge n...

Movies that irrationally scared us as children

Movies that irrationally scared us as children

by Panther Print Editorial Staff
May 16, 2016
Filed under editorials, movies & tv, SHOWCASE

The Time Machine Rating PG-13 Drama/Action This 2002 film was a late adaptation of the classic 1895 novel by H.G.Wells. In this story following Dr. Hartdegen, a young inventor who makes a time machine in attempt to go back in time and save his beloved fiancee Emma from death, but instead, ...

Why do people hate astrology so much?

Why do people hate astrology so much?

by Annaka Cieri, Editor-in-Chief
March 11, 2016
Filed under editorials, HOROSCOPE, OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

As a person who finds an interest in astrology and in people, one question I seem to ask a lot is: "Oh, what's your sign?"only to hear mixed responses of either groans or an excited "Taurus, my birthday is May 14th, and you?" With this process continuing with everyone I meet I can't help but wonder:...

Country Music is at an all time low

Country Music is at an all time low

by Trina Ausbon, Entertainment Editor
October 19, 2015
Filed under editorials, music, OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

I personally love country music. I’ve listened to it for as long as I can remember and it has always been my favorite genre of music. However, today’s country music is absolute garbage and an insult to legendary artists such as Hank Williams and George Jones. Country music once had a terrific meaning wi...

The cost of putting a price on education

The cost of putting a price on education

by Panther Print Editorial Staff
April 21, 2015
Filed under editorials, OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

Political forces, students and parents have debated the business aspect of American education for decades, but as thousands of students paid more than ever to take Advanced Placement exams this year, the high price of education becomes more apparent. The price to take one AP test this year is $91....

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