The Echo

Letter to the Editor

March 26, 2014

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I am far too frequently asked why I co-founded the Gender Equality ‘Club’ (GEC) with Layna Crandell and Noa Raasch. I co-founded the group because I am passionate about human rights, including gender equality as an essential...

Letter to the Editor

March 26, 2014

Filed under Staff Editorials

After reading the article about pornography addiction in the latest issue of the Echo, I decided to look deeper into issue. The story depicted porn as physiologically addictive; a notion that, according to my research, is far...

Our Perspective | Roots and Shoots creates positive change for Park

March 26, 2014

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Recycling efforts by the Roots and Shoots Club in the lunch room finally brings Park up to speed in their effort to help the environment. Until last week, the school did close to nothing to minimize the waste generated by students....

Puzzling it out

Puzzling it out

March 24, 2014

Our Perspective | New club policy creates difficulty

March 5, 2014

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Creating a club should serve as a learning opportunity in which students can pursue a passion while gaining responsibility and learning to manage time and resources. Unfortunately, the new application process may result in just...

Making education worthwhile

Noah Betz-Richman

March 5, 2014

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A s college tuition continues to rise and job prospects become slim, some people question the value of liberal arts degrees. However, a college education remains a secure investment, and the liberal arts education teach valuable...

Nutty lessons learned

Gabe Bichinho, Editor in Chief

March 5, 2014

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For years I derided them, scoffed at them and bragged how I was above them. Never did it occur to me that I would become one. I’m not talking about politics, or nerds, or jocks, but food allergy sufferers. We are the ones...

Undervalued Freedom

Ori Etzion

March 5, 2014

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A federal appeals court ruled Feb. 27 that a California high school did not violate the rights of students when ordering them turn their American flag T-shirts inside out on Cinco de Mayo or be sent home. The decision came...

All gain with some pain

Isaac Greenwood

February 12, 2014

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I was not born athletic. Tall, lanky and uncoordinated, I still wonder how I even managed to play Little League as a child. However, by going to the Jewish Community Center (or the JCC) with friends, I have learned to enjoy...

Letter to the Editor

February 12, 2014

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I was recently disappointed with your January article regarding the Winter One Acts for being misleading and failing to give credit where credit was due. By only referencing junior student Ben McKone as a student director...

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