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Cartoon by Maura Evans

Dear Gen-Z, show some empathy

Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, many American teenagers have shown little awareness of the situation’s severity. Some teens are even using the current events to create jokes on social media, which is the exact opposite of what we need to be doing at a time like this.
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Cartoon by Taylor Underwood

The Way We See It: How we can make Lunch and Learn work

To fufill its intended purpose, Lunch and Learn should be used for productive time, not destructive time. This responsibility falls on students to make the right decisions.
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Cartoon by Taylor Underwoord

The Way We See It: Entertainment inaccurately presents mental illness

In an attempt to bring light to the issues that teenagers with mental illnesses face, the film industry is producing an increasing amount of movies and TV shows centered around the topic. When handled without care, this type of media does more bad than good.
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The Way We See It: The normalization of sexual harassment ends now

Facing sexual harassment as a part of daily life, people must promote change in education and reduce the sense of normalcy around these incidents.
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Cartoon by Autumn Slater

The Way We See It: Biden’s first 100 days leave something to be desired

Promising changes and the protection of basic rights, the president has yet to follow through with his ambitious social policies.
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The Way We See It: Hope through pandemic has allowed for perseverance

A full year has passed since the first wave of COVID-19 caused a lockdown throughout the country and virtual schooling for months. New waves have emerged, yet we must not lose the one thing that currently motivates and drives us; we must not lose hope.
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Cartoon by Miranda Razzi

The Way We See It: Capitol attacks demonstrate danger of political divide

The Capitol building has long stood through fires, bombings, and fatal shootings as a symbol of national pride for The United States. An attack on this building is an attack on freedom and the very foundation of democracy.
The Arrowhead Editorial Board
February 12, 2021
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February 12, 2021
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February 12, 2021
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Way We See It: 2020 - That’s a wrap!

Way We See It: 2020 – That’s a wrap!

Longing for all the issues that plague the world to be over, nostalgia has hit harder than ever this year. Looking back at 2020, we choose to view it through a transformative light rather than a time of disaster.
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December 25, 2020
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December 23, 2020
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December 23, 2020
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Cartoon by KJ Downey

Way We See It: Performative activism evokes no real change

Despite the appearance of a social movement taking place on the internet, the internet and social media have merely taken the form of an echo chamber. The voices that reverberate within it are the ones with the greatest following on social media.
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November 21, 2020
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November 19, 2020
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November 18, 2020
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Cartoon by Khoi D. Moye

The Way We See It: Closing thoughts on a whirlwind year

Thank you to everyone. We are closing on a difficult year and we should be proud of ourselves.
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The way we see it: Sacrifice in the time of COVID-19

With over 60,000 deaths in the U.S. as a result of COVID-19, we all need to recognize the sacrifices that have been made and continue to be made.
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The way we see it: Under pressure: crawling out from under expectations

Pressure is something that we all intimately know. We all have become acquainted with it in some way, and for most of us pressure is a negative.
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Way We See It: It’s time to keep talking about mental health

With a growing number of resources available to dispel misinformation about mental health, we need to have an earnest conversation about how to best help those suffering.
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February 14, 2020
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Way We See It: Rise in cheating signals a needed change

A needed change in the way we all view education is needed with more teachers and students noticing cheating. This cheating is indicative of a stale view of education and goals.
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December 20, 2019
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Way We See It: Lessons from the network disruption

After having lost technology for many weeks, the Souderton Area School District community has learned many valuable lessons.
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November 14, 2019
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