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Media adversely affects politics

Payal Ahuja, Reporter

December 8, 2015

The mainstream media today is the most powerful it has ever been. What role should it really have in politics?

The Value of High School Journalism

The Value of High School Journalism

December 8, 2015

Many non-Tyro members out there are probably thinking, “Why do so many students join Tyro? Who woul...

Why Everyone Should Work in Customer Service

Margaret Hamm and Natalie Hartwig

December 8, 2015

Having a job while in high school provides incredibly valuable life lessons about how to coexist and deal with other people in the real world.

'Star Wars: the Force Awakens' comes to theaters on Dec. 18.

Will ‘Star Wars: the Force Awakens’ live up to expectations?

December 7, 2015

Star Wars fans have been scouring the internet for new sneak peeks of the next chapter in their beloved...

Shoppers flood Walmart on Black Friday, looking for deals on clothes, toys and electronics.

Is shopping infringing on Thanksgiving?

November 26, 2015

Thanksgiving is a time for giving thanks for all that we have: the people in our lives, the opportunities...

What are the advantages of a new Milwaukee Bucks stadium?

What are the advantages of a new Milwaukee Bucks stadium?

May 12, 2015

With hundreds of millions of dollars already being invested by the Milwaukee Bucks new owners and Governor...

Public School vs. Private School

Hema Gharia, Reporter

May 6, 2015

Many controversies that exist between public and private schools today regard students’ success rates, parents decisions to send their children to private school, and the benefits that many believe are offered by private schools; however, the quality of education has the greatest impact on the amount of success a student...

Mandatory ACT Testing

Eugene Kim, Reporter

April 1, 2015

On the 3rd and 4th of this past March, Brookfield Central juniors took the standardized ACT test as part of a new requirement that all schools in Wisconsin assess their 11th grade students using the ACT. This added Wisconsin to the list of less than one-third of all US states that have decided to assess their students with...

The Debate on New APUSH Curriculum

Shreya Ravindran, Features Editor

March 31, 2015

American history has been a topic of debate for years, by both historians and general public. While the newly revised Advance Placement United States History curriculum has been accepted by several states across the nation, Oklahoma seems to criticize the framework, asserting that it lacks patriotism. The state passed a bill...

Pre-Course Work is Necessary for AP

Sarah Patrick

March 1, 2015

No student likes homework. But most complete it anyway, because they know they need the practice. Thus is the way with pre-course work for Advanced Placement classes. Every student hates it – and it is a student’s right to complain – but when it comes down to it, most will complete it. Recently, the school board voted...

Budget Cut to the UW Education System

Budget Cut to the UW Education System

March 1, 2015

In recent news, Gov. Scott Walker has been put under scrutiny because of his budget cuts to the University...

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