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Analyzing the First Presidential Debate

In the words of CNN’s Jake Tapper, the latest presidential debate was “A hot mess inside a dumpster fire inside a train wreck”. Essentially, the…

Trump’s New Press Secretary

After residing as White House press secretary for nine months, Stephanie Grisham‘s position has been seized by Kayleigh McEnany. Grisham now secures the role as…

May IB Exams: Cancelled!

With New Hampshire education physically out of school and with Bedford students remote learning due to social distancing and national quarantine amongst the coronavirus, many…

Is the SAT Obsolete?

Every modern student has taken countless tests that required filling in those little bubbles, lines of A, B, C, D filling the page. The strategy…

Mardi Gras: World’s Biggest Party?

What is Mardi Gras? With a nickname like “Big Easy”, New Orleans, Louisiana has always been known for its colorful culture, vibrant music, spicy cuisine,…