Group Projects: The Good Students’ Assigned Pathway to Purgatory

By Emma Stinocher “When I die, I want the people I did group projects with to lower me into my grave so they can let me down one last time”   -Anonymous   Let me start with the fact that I wish I could like group projects, just like I wish that I could ride …

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What Leads To A Meaningful Life?

By Danielle Osborne. What leads to a meaningful life? This is a question asked by most people at some point in their life. I have come to the conclusion that there are five ideas that need to organized, understood, and prioritized to achieve a meaningful life. The first is not feeling sorry for yourself. Ever since …

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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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Lucid Dreams

  By Eviana Ramirez. For many centuries, despite the world’s advancements in technology, scientist have never truly been able to understand how human minds work while they dream. There are many assumptions that have been made and theories that have been tested but even today dreams aren’t completely understood. Some scientists believe that dreams hold …

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Redefining Professionality

By Shaylie Richards. What defines business attire? Throughout history, men and women of corporate America have been pressured to wear slacks and dress shirts. Recently, however, businesses have begun to change their dress codes to accommodate comfort rather than only  strict professionality. Corporations that require professional dress have added options such as jeans to attempt to …

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The Often Neglected Class

By Jarett Hansen. Citizenship. We all know why it is there: to teach us more about the founding fathers and the foundations of this nation so we can be the uprising generation which keeps the nation grounded in its past. However, we sometimes don’t pay attention to the citizenship lessons and see them as simply …

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