The Roundtable

Educators tackle promoting civil discourse

By Nik Chupkin, Web Editor

May 21, 2020

In a time of an increasingly polarized electorate, many teachers are taking on the challenge of presenting multiple viewpoints and promoting reasoned political discourse. “I’m always asking the kids to doubt,” history teacher Karen Fry said, “not only what they’re reading, but to doubt what I’m saying and come up with their own opinions and arguments.” Some students say they c...

Teachers should show political neutrality

Teachers should show political neutrality

May 21, 2020

Teachers and students must adhere to Sacred Heart Goals by aiming to promote political neutrality in the school community so that students have the freedom to develop their own p...

Current events affect classroom

Current events affect classroom

December 19, 2017

It has been over a year since the President of the United States was elected, and two years since the beginning of the presidential race. Yet, the country and those on the Stuart...

Owen's Opinion

Owen’s Opinion

November 2, 2017

After months of speculation and suspense, the first round of indictments in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation were handed down, confirming what I had suspected all...