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Students in the U. S. learn cursive in their primary school, but rarely use it after. Teaching cursive is an outdated practice that has been replaced by technology.

Writing out traditions of cursive for the future

By Anna Kronthal, Opinions Editor October 21, 2019

All of us remember the infamous kindergarten worksheets where students are asked to trace along a dotted line or continuously pencil out ten curly versions of the letter “Q” in a row to learn the cursive...

The cover to Future's album

What Does the Future Hold For Future?

By Max Kandel, Advertising Manager March 8, 2017

When Future, the 33 year old rapper from Atlanta released his latest album “FUTURE” with 17 songs, everyone was excited for to hear his latest music as his last release was “EVOL” in Feb. 2016....

The Observer’s Fab February Albums/EPs

By Sarah O'Brien, Arts Editor February 25, 2017

Every week, a large selection of albums and singles are released. It can become overwhelming to figure out what’s worth listening to and what’s not. The Observer made a list of some noteworthy albums...

'In Time' tells original, entertaining sci-fi tale

‘In Time’ tells original, entertaining sci-fi tale

By By: Natasha Palance, Staff Writer November 22, 2011

Time is of the essence in the new sci-fi allegorical action thriller, In Time, which leaves audience members sitting on the edge of their seats and pondering the ever imbalanced social and wealth system...

Futuristic Coke machine comes to California Tortilla

By By Sophia Tapper, Staff Writer November 29, 2010

Coca-Cola’s new coke dispenser, Coke Freestyle, offers over 100 different soda flavors, and will soon replace the average drink dispenser at Cabin John Mall’s California Tortilla around Thanksgiving. The...

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