They say things get better in time, and with the new year just around the corner, we’re wondering how much truth there really is to that statement. Meaning as the years go by, are teenagers more or less committed to the idea of racial equality.
Second semester of senior year is a blissful feeling like no other. you can skip an entire week of school and not miss a thing probably. But what happens when that one week turns into 100+ days of absences. Saturday school is what you would think of but as of late, that chance for redemptions has been ceased. Yeah, no more quick 3-period long Starbucks trips.
Project partners. As our lord and savior Ned Bigby once said, it’s the “most important choice you make before marriage.” But these unions result in even more frustration than that of an old married couple
Graduation is just around the corner, and after you walk that stage its kumbaya to the current crew. So what comes next? For some it’s an independent road but for others it’s a transition to some of the most well renowned Greek sororities and fraternities Universities have to offer.
As the course cards get passed out, underclassmen give nervous glances to each other, unsure of what classes they need, especially with that dreaded four letter word, math. Kids, ease up, we’re here to aid your confusions, starting with the first myth of mathematics, being that pre-cal is required before you take calculus. False.
With companies like Time magazine wanting to ban the word feminist from their publications, we're starting to wonder if the movement has given itself too much of a negative connotation, and if so, why?
If there’s anything we love as a generation, it’s making fun of ourselves. That being said, your inner 90s kid is about to be revived, see if you remember these fossils that mom and dad are always raving about.
From the same author that brought you in-depth reports on sexual harassment and gender inequality, comes a story about what’s really important, teenage slang. Join us as we painfully lampoon the current lingo.