Monthly Archives: October 2006

A foolish way to debate politics

Before you vote this Tuesday, let me remind you of the wisdom of John N. Fishel, as displayed in his Oct. 19 letter to the editor of the York Daily Record: “Put quite simply, a vote for a Republican, any … Continue reading

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SAT still a useful tool

By Jake Mokris Teen Takeover staff member For decades, the SAT reasoning test has tormented high school students. For a high school senior applying to colleges, a bad SAT score could mean … nothing. Increasingly, colleges are beginning to question … Continue reading

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We need more unity in politics

By JAKE MOKRIS Is it always like this? You know, elections: Have they always been accompanied by so much viciousness? Scandals here, accusations of racism there, finger-pointing, arguments raging, and oh so much speculation: Did Speaker of the House Hastert … Continue reading

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Hey parents: It’s just a game

We are right in the midst of sports season. Times are exciting, a crisp Friday night for high school football, a breezy afternoon for a soccer game, volleyballs bouncing in gyms around the county, and parents fighting each other over … Continue reading

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