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Opinion: Health Education Should Not Be Optional

Felix Cooper, Opinion Editor

February 1, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Parents and instructors, it’s time to face facts: Teens are going to have sex, so they need to know all the risks. Many high school students plan on having families some day. We all learned at some point that babies do ...

School Day Should Start Later

Teresa Hutchinson

December 19, 2018

Filed under Opinion

For teenagers, waking up in the morning is like swimming against a current and staying awake is almost an impossible task. Many students have issues with the time that school starts. This is not just a Glenwood problem. Ther...

Opinion: New Grading Scale Flawed

Lillian Becker and Isabella Milone

October 9, 2018

Filed under Opinion

The new grading scale is not beneficial to hard working students. The new scale is based on a four point grading scale where a four is equivalent to 100 percent, a 3.5 is equivalent to a 90 percent, a three is equivalent to...

Staff Editorial: Connections Really Helping Students Connect?

Rambler Staff

September 10, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Connections has been the talk among students these past couple weeks. Students and teachers alike have very different opinions on the subject. But the one question often asked is, what is the point? Every single day, except early-out Wednesday...

Facing Opposition from the Community

Allie Hundt, Copy/Communications Editor

April 19, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Students from our school used the school walkout March 14 to boldly express their opinions on the most recent shooting in Florida. Most students who walked did so to support the victims and speak out against gun violence. A...