The Cardinal Times

Let Deaf children’s families make choices about education

Evan Reynolds

June 12, 2018

Filed under Opinion

For literally hundreds of years, there’s been a fundamental debate at the roots of Deaf education. Should Deaf children learn “oralism,” attempting to communicate and integrate as best they can with the hearing world by l...

Trump should fund Planned Parenthood

Archie Barnes

June 1, 2018

Filed under Opinion

In a 1999 NBC interview Donald Trump explained how “very pro-choice” he was. As president he’s joining anti-abortion protests, supporting the marchers by telling them that “he’s with them all the way” and showing hi...

Don’t buy fast fashion

Ama Allen

June 1, 2018

Filed under Opinion

My typical shopping day is a trip to the thrift store (Goodwill Outlet, Salvation Army), a stop at local vintage stores, or buying and selling on websites such as Depop and Mercari. While these alternatives may seem bizarre, ...

Iranian women also need #MeToo

Angela Mashroutechi

June 1, 2018

Filed under Opinion

A big topic the media is covering is sexual harassment and the latest news about the #TimesUp and #MeToo movements. Sexual harassment isn’t just happening in the United States, it is  also happening in other countries, like Iran. ...

Push students to be passionate about their work

Mei Xu

June 1, 2018

Filed under Opinion

In recent years, there has been a steep decline in the quality of the American education system, ranking 38th in math and 24th in science out of 71 on the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) in 2017. America is the ...

Seniors shift on politics

Armand Yazdani

May 30, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Seniors

Political reversals are human nature. People join political parties one year and decide their values are unaligned a decade later. Others experience events which wholly alter their mindsets. Some politicians historically reversed their...

Amazon is good for consumers

Ainsley Vondeling

May 29, 2018

Filed under Opinion

The retail market is bringing in over $3.6 trillion worldwide, consumers are becoming more willing to spend their money and in turn becoming more demanding than ever. With e-commerce growing so rapidly one major question is: ...

Adults are more addicted to technology than teens

Mathile Scheffler

May 29, 2018

Filed under Opinion

The stereotypical teenager has their nose in their phone constantly, but what about adults? Do they really spend any less time using their electronics than their children do? In reality, they don’t. In fact, according to a Nielsen Report...

We must stop wasting food

Isabella Lo

May 29, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Each year, billions of pounds of food are wasted around the world, but there are still people who struggle to find enough to eat. Many people are oblivious to the fact that food waste is a big problem. People should be educated about...

Local governments working to address climate change

Madison Fassioto

May 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Some people in the United States deny that climate change is real. In the Pacific Northwest however, the City of Portland and Multnomah County are working to address the effects of climate change. According to The Oregonian,...

The lasting effects of redlining creates a lack of perspective in classrooms

Hudson Longaker

May 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion

When a classroom lacks a diversity of perspectives, students are surrounded by people who were raised just like them, and it creates a false sense of reality that everyone's life is like theirs. This shelters students from the...