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Ratatouille the Musical – A Dream

Written by Illia Solano Gen Z never ceases to amaze! I guess I might be a little biased about this, seeing as I am a part of this, but that doesn’t change my opinions on this topic. Really, I still cannot believe that people from TikTok have banded together DURING a pandemic and said, “Hey, I think the people need a Broadway musical. And not just any musical, they want a singing rat that can cook.”  After living in this fever dream known as 2020, my only response to this...
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Why Classical Literature Matters

Written by Gracielle Dedo "Life appears to me too short to be spent in nursing animosity or registering wrongs." (Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë) Classical literature presents itself to many young individuals in the form of a report or necessary grade in their schooling. Adolescents often groan about the lack...
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Gifts to Loved Ones

Written by Malia Savelio  As we all know, Christmas is coming up and will be here sooner than you think. So, the question many of us are asking ourselves is, “How am I going to show my love to the people around me, and to what extent should I go?”...
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Fatigue: The Current State of Things

Written By Kenya Sykes Even though some may argue differently, I think it’s safe to say that the 2020 Presidental Election has come to an end. I can also say that most of the United States population is feeling very emotionally and mentally drained at the moment. Whether that’s from...
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Ideas for Fun Things to Do for Thanksgiving

Written by Mahayla Palachuk With Thanksgiving right around the corner, you may be thinking of some fun thinks to do for the holiday either for yourself with the entire family. Well then, you’re in luck. I have some simple, creative, and cheap ideas that you can try out now. Just...
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10 Best Book Series to Read If You Are an Avid Reader

Written by Mahayla Palachuk Ah, books. The smell of the pages as you crack open a new book and the feel of the pages between your fingers as you get lost in a new tale are just a few of my favorite things about reading. And if you’re anything like...
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How to Overcome the Hardships of Becoming an Adult as a High Schooler

Written by Malia Savelio Being a high school means only focusing on school. Though, around Junior and Senior year you have to, how do people put it, “Get your grill on.” This happens so that you can make sure you get into the college of your dreams without having to...
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