Holidays aren’t always fun and games.

The holidays are some of the best times all year. There’s usually good food, family members you haven’t seen in awhile, and perhaps most importantly, no school. Then there are parts of the holidays that are not so great because of all of the stress that comes with it. But what are really the most […]

My week without technology

Recently, after years and years of working on my parents to get an iPhone to fit in with the rest of the cool kids, I finally got myself a shiny new black iPhone 5.  However, just weeks after I accomplished my dream, that same phone was stolen.  This tragedy led to my tech-free week, with no […]

Some Stressed Out Students

As the days shorten and the temperature drops lower, students find themselves overwhelmed with their workload, both in school and with extracurricular events. For the most part, more work goes hand in hand with less sleep, and with all these put together, students can get pretty stressed out. “Waking up in the morning stresses me […]

Prevention is cure for teen suicide

 KMS! The acronym, which stands for “Kill Myself!” is commonly used by many high school students as a self-deprecating joke. However, suicide is no joke, and is in fact a serious and prevalent problem among teenagers. According to the National Institute for Mental Health, suicide is the third leading cause of death among adolescents in […]

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