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What Students Are Saying About Teaching Race in Schools, Reviving Extinct Animals and Live Sports

What Students Are Saying About Teaching Race in Schools, Reviving Extinct Animals and Live...

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The resurrection of the wooly mammoth feels both dystopian and unattainable. But that is what our current science is, producing dystopian-like research to find what seems like unattainable findings. It’s strange to think about. Which animal, who has been dead for thousands of years, gets the chance to come alive again-where do you draw the…
Weekly News Quiz for Students: Tony Awards, Germany’s Election, Cryptocurrency Crackdown

Weekly News Quiz for Students: Tony Awards, Germany’s Election, Cryptocurrency Crackdown

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Have you been paying attention to the news recently? See how many of these 10 questions you can get right.
What Students Said About Vaccine Mandates, Nostalgia And Beachside Bliss

What Students Said About Vaccine Mandates, Nostalgia And Beachside Bliss

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As a Californian, the Los Angeles vaccine mandate comes as no surprise; my own school district has followed rigorous mask and social distancing policies that don’t look to be letting up soon. There is no question to me that increased practices of public health safety are crucial in tamping down the coronavirus. I worry, however,…
What Students Are Saying About What It’s Like to Be Back in School

What Students Are Saying About What It’s Like to Be Back in School

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Before this pandemic, waking up and sitting through boring classes was dreadful and felt like there was nothing I would want to do less. However, now I come to my classes excited. I am excited that teachers see me in person and can connect my name to my face. I am excited that I get…
Weekly News Quiz for Students: 9/11 Anniversary, Vaccine Mandates, U.S. Open

Weekly News Quiz for Students: 9/11 Anniversary, Vaccine Mandates, U.S. Open

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The new fall arts and entertainment season has begun, and Times journalists and critics are writing about new books, movies, albums and shows. All of the following pieces were published in The Times this September, except one. That piece is 17 years old, from 2004. Which one is it?
What Students Are Saying About Living in Political Bubbles, Annual College Lists and Being Productive

What Students Are Saying About Living in Political Bubbles, Annual College Lists and Being...

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I do not live in a political bubble. I have a 58% republican area, so I see a fair share of both parties in my neighborhood. I was surprised by how even it was though, because I do not really see a lot of Biden signs, and Trump flags seem to be everywhere. I think…
Weekly News Quiz for Students: Presidential Photo, Colombia Protests, China Rocket

Weekly News Quiz for Students: Presidential Photo, Colombia Protests, China Rocket

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Protests in Colombia against poverty and inequality over the past week have been met with a powerful crackdown by the government, which has left at least 24 people dead, most of them demonstrators, and at least 87 missing. Which country shown above is Colombia?
What Students Are Saying About ‘Learning Loss’ During the Pandemic

What Students Are Saying About ‘Learning Loss’ During the Pandemic

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In classes like math, social studies, or science, I feel like I’m learning just as much as I would in person, just in a different format, with google forms instead of test papers. In other classes, such as music and art, I feel like I’m missing out. Music used to be one of my favorite…
What Students Are Saying About The Verdict in the Derek Chauvin Trial

What Students Are Saying About The Verdict in the Derek Chauvin Trial

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This verdict is a turning point. But the cycle of injustice and brutality is still repeating itself. The verdict was an affirmation that George Floyd’s life mattered. It’s a verdict that we shouldn’t have doubted, that shouldn’t have been rare, that we should’ve expected. We should’ve been able to be certain about it, for we…
What Students Are Saying About Companies Taking Political Stands, Podcasting and Their Life Philosophies

What Students Are Saying About Companies Taking Political Stands, Podcasting and Their Life Philosophies

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Ever since I was little, I was enchanted by literature. The way an author could convey such extreme emotions as anxiety or satisfaction through words on a page enticed my mind, drawing me to literature of all kinds. From speeches filled with persuading and powerful phrases to fantasy novels that created an alternate universe that…

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