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Opinion Editor Slams Syrian Attack

On August 21st, 2013, the Syrian government shocked the world with a heinous attack on its own civilians. I reacted, as many did, in horror, for although any abuse of power is disgraceful, a government betraying the trust of its people falls under a category of contempt all its own. This particular ...

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Inconsistency in Tea Party Political Values

As Republican presidential hopefuls campaign for the party nomination, the Tea Party is stirring confusion throughout the nation with its increasing support of former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich.

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Elections as Entertainment

Deerfield students should look past the SNL skits, the media blitzes, and the publicity stunts, and search for the politician who speaks to their needs, to their experience, and to a better future.

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News Update: Libya

What began as a peaceful protest against a dictator, one of many recently in the Middle East, evolved into a multi-national military conflict when United States armed forces fired 120 Tomahawk missiles at Libyan ground forces on March 19.

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My Arizona Hero

“…the only Democrat running in Arizona’s 3rd Congressional district, which includes parts of Phoenix, Paradise Valley, and Scottsdale, my dad ran against eleven Republicans until the primary took place…”

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Loeb Speaks Service, Sparks Discussion

Paul Loeb, author and activist, spoke about citizen responsibility, prompting a heated discussion on climate change denial, at the first Academy Event of the school year on October 28.

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Is This Free Speech?

In the wake of Paul Loeb’s speech, students have been asking a lot of difficult questions.

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Letter from the Editor

A letter addressed to the readers of The Scroll, from the Editor-in-Chief herself.

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