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Archive for September 2016

Why stopping Johnson from debating is hurting our democracy.

by Travis Fischer @TravisDFischer Last night, millions of Americans waited with anticipation as Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump took the stage in the Presidential Debate. But to millions of other Americans, there was at lease one face missing from the debate stage: Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson. As a Presidential Candidate on the ballot in all 50 states and Washington DC, one would think that Johnson would meet the criteria to join […]

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Fireworks at the first debate

Tuesday, September 27, 2019 the first Presidential Debate between democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, and republican nominee, Donald Trump, was held.  The debated started with both candidates being respectful and following the rules set. Slowly throughout the two-hour debate the rules were ignored and accusations thrown around. Both candidates being constantly told “Your two minutes are up.” From questions about racial barriers, “presidential look,” economy, tax returns, email scandals, and sexist […]

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Former Chief of Staff Andrew Card Speaks to Students about this election, the White House, and the Importance of 9/11

by Sarah Eastland, Sophie Nikolenko, Anna Waldron, and Seth Facey @shsclaw Former Chief of Staff Andrew Card, is immortalized in American history as the one who first told President George W. Bush of the events of September 11th, 2001. Days after the 15th anniversary of 9/11, Card took the time to speak to students of Souhegan High School about his time in the White House and how politics have changed […]

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Outstanding educator molding the minds of young

With school starting, and nerves starting to finally calm, Mrs. Julia Imbarrato is teaching her class the ways of the world Julia Imbarrato has been teaching at Keene High School for nearly 20 years, she uses current political issues to teach her students. Imbarrato has won the Outstanding Educator award, and has had the yearbook dedication multiple times Imbarrato is a science teacher with plenty of real word experience. Two […]

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