December 18th, 2017

Kentucky schools faced with moral decision on paying for AP tests

The price of six AP tests? 348 dollars. The price of a good education? priceless. But not when you're a single parent trying to...

Attack of Technology

Clara Campeau shares her opinion on the technology war between iPhones and Droids. Although I am not much of a technology person, I am aware...

Editorial: A Possible Solution, Starting the School Day Later

“I don’t know if we can ever fully close the achievement gap,” said Joe Burks, JCPS assistant superintendent, during a lecture. The achievement gap...

Editorial: Chorus of a million voices

History is unfolding before our eyes. 18 days of protesting has left 300 dead, yet it ended with the ousting of Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak....

Eclectic Friday: Flashback: The Generationals 2009 album “Con Law”

One of my favorite releases of 2009 was Con Law by The Generationals. The New Orleans based indie rock duo is comprised of Grant...

Editorial: For Success or Happiness

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you wake up ? Do you think that Today’s going to be a great day,...

Editorial: The Case for New Standards

The opinions expressed here are the views of the writer and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the students, administration, staff,...

Eclectic Friday: Skull Alley Closes Its Doors for the Last Time

In honor of the New Year, I would like to do something different with my blog this week. I’d like to talk about a...

Editorial: The JCPS Achievement Gap and The Planted Idea of Success

The opinions expressed here are the views of the writer and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the students, administration, staff,...