Religion in Public Schools

Religion in Public Schools
December 22, 2020

The debate about religion in public schools is not a new one. For centuries, countries around the world have tackled the question of whether religious practices, such as prayers and holiday celebrations,...

Should a race and gender class be required for Minnetonka students?

December 22, 2020

The issue of race and gender inequality is seen in many different settings across the globe. It plays a big role in society and influences how people treat each other. Many people might blame the American...

The Flaws of the CASE Act and Christmas Tree Bills

December 22, 2020

A few years ago, the issue of Net Neutrality was talked about everywhere because it fundamentally threatened the way we use the Internet. Since then, there have been numerous less-discussed issues that...

Is Tofu Taking Over? The Case for Veganism in the 21st Century

Is Tofu Taking Over? The Case for Veganism in the 21st Century
December 3, 2020

Though virtually unheard of a few decades ago, words like “veggie burger” and “plant-based” seem to be everywhere today. With the turn of the century, vegan and vegetarian diets have become more...

A Contemporary Analysis of Minnetonka’s Queer History

A Contemporary Analysis of Minnetonka’s Queer History
December 3, 2020

Notes to the reader: Towards the end of the article, there are brief mentions of suicidal thoughts, so discretion is advised.    2020 has been a unique year - we’ve seen the rise of a pandemic,...

The Right to Vote in the United States and How It’s Suppressed

The Right to Vote in the United States and How It’s Suppressed
December 3, 2020

Throughout US history, there have been deliberate efforts to limit who can vote, typically to keep political power structures in place that benefit rich white men. Yet there have been many important movements...

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