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Tips and Tricks for Taking Notes

Written by Gabby Unangst Notes can be quite daunting and confusing. Many times I find myself sorting through notes merely days after writing them and not being able to use or understand them. Taking notes can be stressful as well; it's hard to figure out what to write and what not to. Though note-taking can be difficult, there are easy ways to organize your notes to make them usable and understandable. Here are the top ways to clean-up and organize your notes! 1. Google Slides A fun way to write...
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welcome to the forest

Written by Grace Brown welcome to the forest. yes, the sky seems dark and grey and the animals scurry with worry as you walk along the way.   the trees surround and trap you. your eyes they start to fall as the darkness of the forest engulfs you in it...
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Balancing Mental Health and School

Written by Rye Barker Sometimes, we all struggle with mental health. Whether it’s simply stress, a more serious illness, or a tough point in our lives. Everyone struggles mentally. And during these times, it can be difficult to balance out school or work, and taking care of yourself. Because school...
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Dear Class of 2021

Written by Illia Solano My fellow seniors, I know that I don’t need to state the obvious, but things aren’t very cash money right now. It’s senior year! *Sound the air horns.* We should be rejoicing under the bright light after completing almost 12 years of school and- Alas!  The...
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What Can You Do At Age Sixteen?

Written by Gracielle Dedo It’s October 29th, 2020. The presidential election creeps around the corner, only a mere five days away. Ideally, you’d be submitting your ballot within the mail or have made a plan to travel to the polls. There’s one small problem; you’re sixteen years old. It’s frustrating,...
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Tips for New Online Learners

Written by Kenya Sykes This pandemic has caused us all to adjust to some changes. Whether you were an online learner before this pandemic or not, everyone has had to get used to the change. I have seen many teenagers discuss how online learning has been difficult for them, and...
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Navigating College Applications During COVID-19: A Guide for Highschool Seniors

Written by Rachael Willis Ever since I started high school, I knew that my senior year would be frantic due to the craziness of college applications. However, if someone told me three years ago that I would be navigating this process in the midst of a global pandemic, I definitely...
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