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Where the Bubble Pops: Local News Comment Section

Michael Keegan
February 23, 2021

Misinformation, trolling, and violence reign where freedom of speech reaches its limits. In the depths of local news comment sections, people argue beneath the facts - literally. These places are a cause of anger for readers, commenters and news organizations alike.

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Does Social Media Make Us Less Empathetic?

Noah Chukwuma
February 26, 2021

Social media is defined as a system of network and applications that enable users to create and share content while participating in social networking.

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What’s the Big Deal About Pronouns?

Christina Ng
November 10, 2020

Greenhills students and faculty have been sharing their pronouns starting this school year. The reason to participate seems unclear. However, pronouns go beyond gender assumption. It also goes to the safety of lives.

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Trump's Second Impeachment for Dummies

Annie Stone
February 26, 2021

If you're anything like me, this second impeachment is not only confusing, but a bit boring. This is a quick overveiw of Mr. Trump's second impeachment.

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A Little Variety

Lilja Quinn
Feburary 23, 2021

The Greenhills Variety show is looking for writers!

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