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As an open forum for student expression, the Oracle encourages letter submissions to the Editor in Chief that deal with issues pertaining to student life, welcoming diverse outlooks that may stray from commonly accepted opinions. Letters to the editor should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, must not exceed 400 words and must be signed with contact information provided so authorship can be verified before publication. Anonymous submissions will not be accepted. The editorial board reserves the right to omit letters it deems unfit for publication — letters that are libelous, obscene, invasive of another’s’ privacy or that encourage physical disruption of school activities will not be published. The editorial board also reserves the right to make grammatical modifications or cut long letters to the 400 word limit without altering the message. If the board receives many letters on the same subject, it will publish a representative sample.
Dear Editors, In light of the recent controversy surrounding Lands’ End, we would like to share our thoughts on this issue. While we understand that Lands’ End is a large corporation with specific customerRead More »
Dear Editors, Sydney Stone’s June editorial posits that X block is not serving its intended purpose, though I would disagree. Perhaps we need to delve beyond the schedule to examine deeper practices. X blockRead More »
Dear Editor, As the pending closure of grades is upon Archer I would like to address the resurfacing issue of grades going dark without students knowing where their grades stand. The struggles of grades,Read More »
Dear Editor (and Staff), As my time at Archer quickly comes to a close, I have found myself reflecting not only on my past seven years and how far I’ve come, but also theRead More »