The Burden and Benefits of The Bard

By Emi D. From his popularity during life, Shakespeare’s renown has only grown. Although he is responsible for many of the colloquialisms in modern English, for many high school students The Bard is a burden. They look forlornly upon his works and become bored or frustrated as they struggle through the story, but a study …

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The Modern Art of Movies

By Weston Jones. Since the first movie, directors have searched for the most enticing way to capture the attention of their audiences. In its primitive state, movies had no color or sound, yet directors awed the people with their silent adventures through oceans, space, and foreign lands. Of course, at the time there was no …

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Social Media: A How-to Guide

By Savanna Gray. In this world full of technological advancements, more people than ever have access to information online. As a result, people are able to share ideas through many different platforms, one of which is social media. However, this constant flow of new information has become an addiction for many people. In fact, a …

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How Healthy Habits Help High Schoolers

By Samara Kister. It’s not easy being a high school student. With homework, extra-curricular activities, jobs, college applications, and social life, it can be very stressful. Sometimes this causes us to end up eating tacos on the couch at 2 am. There are, however, things we can do to combat the daily stress and fatigue. …

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