Shunning people rarely ever produces meaningful change; we should strive to educate before condemning, says Jadyn Lee SC ’24.
High school is terrible and too often, it creates a climate of conformity where dissent and marginalized voices are silenced.
Political correctness is destroying this country — but not in the way you think. It isn’t the principles of political correctness that are impeding dialogue and change, but the name itself. “Political correctness,” as a term, implies division. It assigns common courtesy and politeness a spot on the political spectrum.