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Kashmir: The Real Story
News

Sanjana Murthy | December 9, 2019

India and Pakistan have fought a number of wars and skirmishes since the 1947 partition. The conflict over Kashmir has been the cause of much of the fighting.
Demographics
The Indian State of Jammu and…

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Mayor Horwitz Investigated for Workplace Harassment
News

Tal Rothberg | December 2, 2019

Beachwood City Council held a public meeting with special counsel on Oct. 30 to discuss an investigation into allegations of workplace harassment by Mayor Martin Horwitz.

After a dramatic airing of…

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An Open Letter to Student Council
Opinions

Peter Soprunov | November 20, 2019

Dear Student Body President Lena Leland,

Executive Vice President Joelle Rosenthal,

Student Body Vice President Elizabeth Metz,

Student Body Secretary Greg Perryman,

Student Body Treasurer…

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Educators Consider the Pros and Cons of Cell Phones in the Classroom
News

Roberto DeMarchi | November 19, 2019

As cell phones have become increasingly omnipresent and powerful, schools, including BHS, must try to strike a balance between what is useful and what is disruptive as far as electronics are concerned.

“The…

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Hate Crime on the Rise
News

Prerna Mukherjee | November 18, 2019

David Johnson went back-to-school shopping with his wife and granddaughter on Aug. 3 at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas. Arturo Benavides, a war veteran, was checking out at the cash register. Jordan Anchondo…

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A Marxist Reading of TikTok
Arts & Entertainment

Peter Soprunov | November 15, 2019

In 2016, Beijing ByteDance Technology Co Ltd. released musical.ly, a lip sync video-sharing platform today most remembered for giving the world Jacob Sartorius and other faux riche preteen garbage celebrities.

In…

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Same School, Different Levels
News

Carrington Peavy | November 15, 2019

Beachwood City Schools is a thriving and diverse school district home to a population of over 1,500 students.

The district is ranked #6 in Ohio, according to the most recent school report card data….

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Protecting Lives or Protecting Guns?
News

Amy Chen | November 15, 2019

Only 13 hours after the Aug. 3 shooting in El Paso, Texas, a 24-year old opened fire on a crowded street in Dayton, Ohio. Within 32 seconds, 27 were wounded, including 10 now reported dead.

This is…

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