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12 Terrific Tech Tools

Written by Brooke Anderson Picture this, it’s 11:58pm on a Sunday and you have five chapters of Shakespeare to miserably misinterpret, math homework with numbers that extend beyond your attention span, and flashcards that refuse to write themselves. Have you ever been there before? Yeah, me neither. Even if you are the perfect student who absolutely never procrastinates or falls victim to the “next episode” button on your favorite show, you can still get extra help with your schoolwork by using the resources listed below! These sites can give you...
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Class of 2022: Preparing for Senior Year

Written by Rachael Willis Now is the perfect time for all high school juniors to start preparing for college applications! Although application deadlines are months away, it is never a bad idea to get a head start. Here are some of my recommendations for current juniors who are preparing for...
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Types of Humor

Written by Illia Solano Humor.  I feel like a person’s humor plays a big role in their personality and how they are perceived. Like, do they have really witty jokes that get people every time? Or do they just have plain old dad jokes or puns at the ready? Whatever...
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Atop a Mountain So Vast

Written by Gracielle Dedo A Brief Expert from a Short Story Atop a mountain so vast, the eye struggled to reach. Identifying its peak, the sharp shadow cast by the moon hugged a quad of cylindrical towers, each with points piercing the surface of the clouds. The masses blended into the base of tapering rock. Brass and silver curled around each, inching to a diamond point.  The sky had fallen rather dull in the hours leading up to the eight simultaneous...
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5 Tips for First Time Dungeon Masters

Written by Kanyon Pierce So, you want to be a Dungeon Master? Not to brag but I have been regularly Dungeon Mastering for almost 3 ½ years now, and I am well-versed in the rules and techniques of 3rd, 4th, and 5th editions. Just for a reference, the 3rd edition...
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How Dogs Help with Stress

Written by Samantha Ducharme Feeling Stressed? Do you ever walk around and feel like you have a big weight on your shoulders knowing you have a lot of work to do? Well, don’t worry because there are so many ways to cope with stress and one of those things is a number...
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Passive Learning vs Active Learning

Written by Gabby Unangst Every day we use different forms of learning, including reading, writing, notetaking, etc. We all have different resources and ways of going about learning. Two of the most dominant strategies are passive learning and active learning. There has been a long debate on which one is better than the other, almost a battle of the two. While they differ in style and processes, both have...
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