Should students receive partial credit or zero credit for late work? Baron Banner staff writers Aminah Khan and Jasmine Pham argue over the benefits of each policies.
Student opinion articles comprising of Op-Eds, editorials, columns and guest editorials, student expression.
Have you ever experienced the moment when you finally beat your high score in Candy Crush or Flappy Bird? Learn how mobile gaming industries get players glued to their phones.
The SAT team is back again to give advice on how to have success with your New Year’s resolutions.
With the SMART method, planning and achieving goals will be easier and convenient for anyone looking for help.
Students can find an outlet to freely express their thoughts and gain different, useful skills through blogging.
Teachers give students grades that reflect behavior and performance—should students do the same?
The holidays are here and it is finally time to question all the weird holiday snacks, like candy canes.
The SAT team gives their first advice of the year on surviving the last two weeks of school before break.
Each time your cells divide, you age. You may not know it, but thousands of your cells are constantly dying off every minute, causing you to get older and older. This process of aging however, can possibly be reversed with a highly controversial method of elongating telomeres. This process has the potential to being the foundations to an “eternal life” and could change science forever.
The majority of a group assignment falling on only a few of the group members is a common dilemma many students face. Does the problem lie with the concept of the group work or with the students themselves?