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Week 20: Campaign Financing/Advertising

November 8, 2020

With the 2020 election wrapping up, we thought it would be important to talk about campaign financing, what it is, who it affects, and why we need to change the system.

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The Daily Bulletin

March 30, 2020

Read all your past, present, and future school reminders right here on EQ! This page is curated by GFS receptionist, Neeta McCulloch.

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Photos: Women’s March in New York

January 24, 2017

  On January 21st, Earthquake‘s Kate Kearns ’19 took photographs at the women’s march in New York City.                

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Waymo Aims Big with Self-Driving Cars

January 23, 2017

Steve Jobs famously told former Google CEO Larry Page that his company “did too much stuff.” Google, a company that is today worth $498 billion dollars has never revolved around a single product or idea. Their most known product, Google Search, is only a small piece of their always-growing portfolio. In 2010 Google X, Google’s “moonshot” […]

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What to “watch” out for

February 18, 2015

Broad City isn’t the Only Good Show on TV: 3 Notable Midseason TV Pilots Mid-season premieres are usually a dumping ground for new television. While everyone is distracted by the season premieres of Parks and Rec, Girls, or It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and other shows coming back from midseason hiatus, networks tend to shove their […]

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Junior Project Blog: Learning in Germany

February 8, 2015

I am spending my Junior Project at Europa Gymnasium, but don’t expect me to come back with any extra muscles. Gymnasium is a type of German college-preparatory school, but across the street from Europa Gymnasium lies the combined Realschule and Hauptschule, which are the slower paced high school and the vocational high school, respectively. The […]

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