Vol. 139 Nbr. 1, September 2006
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- Game show.
- Immigration: by the numbers.
- Letter from the editor.
- Security vs. civil liberties.
- Attached to their patients.
- Using magnifying glasses.
- Banned from the stands.
- Numbers in the news.
- A sophomore with an off-killer major.
- Noted & quoted.
- Sugary drinks flunk out.
- Coach pitches physics.
- Fast-food orders go long distance.
- Is your state ready?
- The debate over immigration: 200 years & counting: America may be a nation of immigrants, but we haven't always welcomed newcomers with open arms.
- Do Americans pay enough for gas? Americans are screaming about $3-a-gallon gas, but fitting up in other countries can cost twice as much.
- The day that changed the world: five years after 9/11, the U.S. and the world are very different places.
- India: quotas vs. the caste system: affirmative action can be an even more emotional issue in India than in the United States.
- Is our planet in peril? Many scientists fear that global warming is slowly threatening Earth's future.
- 1971: 18-Year-olds get the vote: with the Vietnam war as a backdrop, the 26th Amendment to the Constitution towered the voting age from 21.
- Should Iraq be split up in order to save it? Violence between Sunnis and Shiites could destroy Iraq. One idea is dividing the country along sectarian lines.
- 9/11/01: A school day like no other.
- In Connecticut, it's ok to win--just not by too much.
- Students for sweatshops!(OPINION) (Brief article)
- The class of 2006 at Montgomery Blair High.