Hit Em’ Harder by Fatme Aoun

Bullying is a repetitive, unwanted behavior that affects school-aged kids. Statistics show that 20.2% of students report being bullied. That’s 1 out of every 5 students currently in school. Sometimes, teachers and parents don’t see the problem that’s going on with their child or student. Many don’t even realize there are 4 types of bullying …

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Smart Vs. Duh by Aliana Khaili

Coronavirus hit in late December which was very effective on students and working employees. Online school was started on March 28th after schools were shut down on March 15th. Online school is a way of learning remotely through computers and technology to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. Around 58% of students are currently …

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Behind The Screen by Jenna Chour

So Covid happened… a lot of things changed, school being one of them. According to the United States Census, about 93% of schools in most areas are now virtual, meaning there aren’t any face-to-face classes being held.  This was a huge adjustment for students and teachers. Imagine going from seeing friends and communicating in school …

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Is College Actually Worth It?

    Have you ever wondered what a college student feels or what a parent feels when they have to play loads and loads of money for education? University Of Michigan student Zeinab Bazzi already finished 2 years of college with no debt and no loans after working hard at work and maintaining her allowance to …

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Big Gamble

 Gambling addiction is the continuation of gambling despite the negative consequences that are inflicted on the patient’s finances, relationships or well-being which oftentimes results in debt and loss of occupations. Gambling addictions are becoming an increasingly prevalent occurrence; previously illegal, approximately ten million citizens of the United States compulsively wager and it’s become a multibillion-dollar …

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Moving Forward Into Middle School

    It’s pretty scary, moving to a new school and all, but what’s even scarier is middle school, right?  Let me break it down for you, Elementary kids are being prepared for what is coming ahead of them.     But as they are coming together to learn their expectations, and procedures, that their teachers ahead are …

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The Cost of College

Going to college is something that most people look forward to. Some people may not be able to afford going to college. This may be an issue for some kids when they are deciding on which schools they want to apply to. According to the College Board, the average cost of tuition and fees for …

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Do I really need these classes?

       Are electives as important as core classes? Electives prepare us for the future and teach us the basics of survival. Electives like sewing and cooking help us in our future lives, but are they  just as important as the core classes such as math and science, and Language Arts?        Some people believe that core classes …

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Too Shy to Participate

According to healthland.time.com, nearly 1 in 8 shy teens may have some sort social phobia, making it more common than we think. It may not seem like a big deal to some people, but being shy or having social anxiety whether it’s diagnosed or not, can be a problem to some people, especially in a …

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