All posts tagged "Center Spread"

  • The Next Chapter

    NP ideals: Students bring nobility, potential, humanity and scholarship to nation’s top service academies For applicants, choosing a future at one of the five Federal...

  • Face to face: Removing the mask of bullying

    “It was one of those things where playful teasing slowly developed into more psychological abuse and it eventually developed to the point where it got...

  • Online Activism: with the rise of the internet, fighting for a cause takes on a new form

    Growing internet movements change the world Internet movements are the modern picket line for the average American. With the implementation and extremely rapid growth of...

  • Pursuing Art

    In the spotlight: majoring in vocal talent As seniors begin to hear back from colleges and plan out their futures, a select few look to...

  • Finding peace of mind

    High school life is fast-paced: filled with schoolwork, social media, volunteering, friends, jobs, and more. With so much simultaneously going on, many high schoolers struggle...

  • Planned Parenthood

    Under fire for issues regarding abortion services, Planned Parenthood, a reproductive health organization, is facing a demand for defunding.  For some, Planned Parenthood is a retroactive solution...

  • Recruit to Salute

    Students make a military commitment High school students who join the military straight out of high school may see combat before they are old enough...

  • Seeing, Stuffing, Starving

    The Stigma and the Science Over 24 million people in the US have an eating disorder, according to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and...

  • Earning not Learning

    “What’s your passion?” This is the ultimate question of high school. Students face it when they contemplate which college to apply to or what career...

  • Sex: Undressing the issue

    Virginia Plain*, junior, had sex when she was 13 years old. By Shreya Chattopadhyay, Kellie Levine, & Raevyn Walker, with contributions from Tazaieen Sayeda Edit (3/4/15): Read our...