The Economic Structure and the Dominance of Production

Inspired by Elementary Concepts of Historical Materialism, Chapter 4- Marta Harnecker https://www.marxists.org/history/erol/periodicals/theoretical-review/tr-11-1.pdf   Production is the dominant aspect of the economic structure. Bourgeois economists, on the other hand, claim that production is only of the same importance as the phenomena of distribution, consumption, and exchange. As an economic structure, capitalism depends on preserving poverty in […]

Take a Break from Screens

We live in a society where Instagram posts are the way of saying “Happy Birthday” instead of handwritten letters, where Amazon means more than a rainforest, and Apple no longer represents a fruit. We think working out for thirty minutes every day just doesn’t fit our schedule. However, the average person scrolls 2 hours and […]

A Life to Remember

Growing up in Pakistan, women were always diminished; they weren’t allowed to receive a proper education.Tired of watching this happen, Malala raised her voice to advocate for every girl’s education. When she was 12, she started writing against the Taliban on the news, avoiding her name usage so as not to put herself in danger. […]

Women who changed the science world

In honor of Women’s Day, we should celebrate the life and achievements of women from all around the world. They have provided their knowledge and skills in sports, music, arts, and science. Women from different backgrounds and places have contributed to everything we know today about science, even though they often don’t get the credit […]

New York Times Bestselling Movies

Haven’t you noticed that almost every book with some level of popularity has the phrase “New York Times Bestseller” written on them? I believe we should copy this method when it comes to movies. Films are a form of expression for directors, actors, and others, just like books are for authors. Therefore, they get to […]

Capitalism Vs. Environment

Capitalism is the origin of most of the planet’s environmental issues. Capitalists’ beliefs conflict directly with environmentalism. , Capitalism requires incessant growth of production to maintain stability, but in a world of finite resources, this is a goal that is impossible to achieve. Perhaps if we examine how what we call progress and capitalism has […]

Hall of Fame: David Ortiz

Famous Dominican baseball player David Ortiz has spent a lot of the years of his life working hard to make his name known throughout the world. Ortiz, better known as “Big Papi,” is a former Dominican-American baseball player who always played in the hitter position. He was also the first baseman to play about twenty […]

Go leopards!

On November 1st, our school welcomed a very special member to the community during our lunch break. Our mascot, the Leopard, was introduced.  He is part of the community, who represents and shows us, students, the importance of afternoon sports. He went across the high school grounds and through elementary school to announce that afternoon […]

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Celebrating our Love for Music

The International Musician Day is a holiday celebrated on November 22 to honor all the people who have a special connection with music, know about it or play it in any sort of way. More than 120 countries commemorate this day where we acknowledge all musicians or music lovers who often feel unrecognized and not […]