Panther Press

The Dangers of Nationalism

Luke Mandel, Online Editor

December 20, 2018

Filed under Front Page, Opinions

Every country has a certain degree of nationalism.  While this is more visible in some countries than in others, it can be a major motivating force for self-improvement.  Improvements in military, technology, economy, and sports may occur in comparison to that country’s past, as well as in relation to...

Adjusted School Year Schedule Proves to be Less Stressful for Students

Samah Sharmin, Staff Writer

December 9, 2018

Filed under Opinions

Many believe it’s time to “modernize” and have year-long school with a shorter summer break.

Kavanaugh’s Behavior Trumps Allegations

Emma Henry, Staff Writer

December 2, 2018

Filed under Opinions

Everyone can agree that the Brett Kavanaugh hearing was an extremely painful and controversial process. It was painful because Dr. Christine Blasey Ford was attacked decades ago, found the courage to come forward only to be targeted by harsh criticism, and was painted as a liar.  It was controversi...

The Benefits of the Foreign Exchange Program

The Benefits of the Foreign Exchange Program

Luke Mandel '20, Online Editor

October 14, 2018

Filed under Opinions

Over the past year, I participated in the German exchange program. In September 2017, my German partner, Patrick, came to the United States for three weeks. He spent the first week touring Washington, D. C. and New York City with his German classmates, and then spent the other two weeks living at ...

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