In the wake of West Virginia’s recent water contamination debacle, The Harbinger believes that the United States should better work with the Environmental Protection Agency to create regulations that both encourage safe business practices and ensure a clean future for American citizens.
The recent ban on trans fats points out a larger problem amongst American youth.
Administrators should seek student input before making major changes to the school.
The Editorial Board speaks out against the misuse of Twitter around East.
State voucher programs use education budget money to provide funds to students so that they can attend private schools. The Harbinger Staff agrees that this is not a good use of education budget money and that Kansas should not adopt this policy.
Currently, SMSD curriculum requires students to take two gym classes in order to graduate, no matter their athletic participation outside of class. The Harbinger staff believes that this should be altered so that athletes may receive gym credits for their sports.
After President Obama argued for increased spending on early education in his State of the Union Address, The Harbinger believes that the state of Kansas should make quality preschool available to all children.
House Bill (HB) 2023 proposes that union dues taken from teachers’ salaries cannot be used for any political purposes. In this editorial, The Harbinger staff discusses the pros and cons of this bill and whether or not it should be repealed.
The Harbinger Editorial Board discusses whether cursive still needs to be taught in school.
Today, voters express frustration with the Electoral College and call for the president to be elected by a popular vote. However the Electoral College’s flaws are exaggerated and compared to alternatives it is the best system. It protects voters from various backgrounds while adhering to our founding ideals. In 2000, […]
Staffer Akshay Dinakar gives his opinion on what is in store for Obama next.
Students should be placing less emphasis on their major when selecting a college.