Category: Opinions

In Remembrance

Charlie Ryan Opinions Editor Sunday, November 11 marked 100 years since the of the end of the First World War, a global conflict that revolutionized warfare, shattered ancient empires, carved out new nation-states, and shaped the 20th century at the cost of some 15–19 million military and civilian […]

Upper Kimball Review

Spencer Caron ’20 Opinions Editor I would like to take this week to write about something lighter than usual. No politics, nothing about rights (and the violation of), or societal ills that one is all too aware of after this week’s news cycle. I want to review upper […]

Keep the Libraries Alive

Henry W. Noe ’22 Opinions Editor With the amelioration of the internet and e-readers, libraries are becoming less and less sought out as a valuable resource. Individuals are less inclined to pursue their local library when in search of a certain resource or in need of assistance; the […]