The Review

Government shutdown jeopardizes Big Bend trip

Government shutdown jeopardizes Big Bend trip

Sophie Gillard, Assignments Editor

January 19, 2019

Because of the government shutdown, the annual eighth grade trip to Big Bend National Park may not take place since no visitor services are currently being provided.

Immigration ban contradicts American values, fuels hate crime epidemic

Immigration ban contradicts American values, fuels hate crime epidemic

Natasha Faruqui, Staff Writer

March 2, 2017

Trump's recently suspended immigration ban has promoted scapegoating of minority groups while emboldening religious prejudice.

Why I joined the Women’s March

Why I joined the Women’s March

Sophie Gillard, Staff Writer

February 8, 2017

Thousands of protesters joined the Women's March in Washington, D.C. and its many nationwide sister marches on Jan. 21. Sophomore Sophie Gillard discusses why she marched.

Inauguration reactions range from celebration to mourning

Eli Maierson, Staff Writer

January 21, 2017

Trump's inauguration streamed from channel ABC13 in the Chao Room on Jan. 20. While some sported "Make America Great Again" apparel, others wore somber black.

Election Day inspires political statements, polls

Grace Sanders, Photographer

November 8, 2016

Election Day hype has one last hurrah as students geared up with political slogans and outfits.

Young Republicans take initiative in national politics

Sophie Gillard, Staff Writer

November 5, 2016

Republican students have taken action on the national election, volunteering with the likes of Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz.

Political activists spark progress through Ben Rose campaign

Sophie Gillard, Staff Writer

October 25, 2016

While the general election catches attention, students take local action by supporting Ben Rose, a Democratic candidate for state representative.

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