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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Opinion vs Complaints: feedback’s place

After reading the Opinion section every week, I can’t help but wonder if opinions have become synonymous with complaining. Although the Archway prides itself in its quality newspaper, our writers are neither professionally trained nor paid journalists. The lack of...

What is the True Meaning of Success?

By Kevin Cameron Throughout my educational career and mainly since the start of this school year, the words success or successful have been the topic of many family conversations. I am constantly told that I...

Does the Student Programming Board really reflect students’ wants and needs?

Recently, I released a poll to all grade levels asking students to quickly detail their opinion of Bryant’s Student Programming Board, or SPB. For those who do not know what SPB is, they are...

Paying for Time and Prestige: Prevalence of Micro-transactions in Gaming

By Scott Smith Mobile gaming has introduced a new business model into the gaming landscape: micro-transactions. A micro-transaction is the exchange of real world currency into a game currency. Game currencies allows the player to...

Election and American Society

By Zeuxan Yang Apparently, up to now, Trump’s support rate had bottomed, and his comments on Twitter were improper, as people did not agree on his plan for rebuilding the U.S. In the Olympics, people...

A Case for the Chicken, Not the Cow

By Taylor McHugh Almost everyone on earth loves fast food. If they don’t then I'm not sure they can be trusted, or they may just be flat out lying. When it comes to the fast...

An Endangered Republic? Not So Much

By Michael Troy As we traverse through yet another year on this Earth, many in the media would have us believe that the world is on the precipice of destruction. Nuclear war, climate change, and...

Why You Shouldn’t Have a 4.0 GPA

I'm going to be honest: I'm not impressed by your 4.0 GPA. A 4.0 is not something that should be easy to obtain. A 4.0 is a goal that we often come up short...

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