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AP African American Studies: A Class Amidst Controversy
By: Julian Hartland
What if I told you AP African American Studies could be found in our “Program of Studies” as early as 2024? In the past year, CollegeBoard has begun to pilot a new course teaching the Black experience in America throughout history in 60 schools across the country.
March 9th, 2023
Last Updated: 3/9/23
The Conard Debrief
Conard recently has begun selling new gear as the change of mascot settles in.
Conard will be having a Color Wars fundraiser for Turkey and Syria on March 29th
Conard High School Varsity Boys Basketball player Riley Fox became the third Conard player to reach 1000 career points
Conard High School is continuing a variety of community initiatives this year. Read about last year's book drive, run by the Conard Courant, here.
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Where Do We Draw the Line?
By: Ella Garbarsky
Most people have seen the movie Terminator. Even if you are not a sci-fi, action, robot loving person, you probably have still seen it. It’s a classic. Supposedly, the movie is set in “the future”- in the year 2029 which now does not seem so far away…at all. Now, of course I am not alluding to the fact that “Skynet” might take over the world with a new line of nearly indestructible robots called terminators…or am I? A look at A.I.
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