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My Volunteering Experience

Written by Illia Solano Volunteering is an act in which people give up their time to help their communities. Some people might need community service hours because of clubs they are in, for certain classes, or just because they like the feeling of helping others. Whatever the case, here are some things that I have done during this past year: Peer Tutoring At the beginning of the year, when everything started and I became a senior, I found it hard to complete my 5 volunteering hours that my Senior Seminar...
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What Makes You Special

Written by Ta'Nya Wallace You are Kind What makes me special? You might be asking yourself this question constantly daily. I am gonna tell you right now what makes you special. What makes you special is how incredibly kind and caring you are. You may think that being kind is...
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For Better, or For Worse?

Written by Grace Brown  Disclaimer: This is Not Another Article About How Sick We Were of 2020. No no, this is an article about how emotionally fried I currently am with 2021. As we all know, the masses, social media, news reporters, and even your beloved hot Cheeto girl were...
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Just Keep Swimming

Written by Gigi Estrada "7 Why's" I was told to use the "Seven Why's" for my life. What are they? I’ll tell you. They are questions that you ask yourself that start with why. It’s so you can figure out why you are the way that you are. But what...
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April

Written by Gianni Zamarron What Now? So is that it? What happens now? Are we supposed to get this vaccine and it all goes away? Did the doctors that work day and night go back to what they do? Do we leave the masks at home? Can we hug our...
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Allergies Affecting Mental Health

Written by Samantha Ducharme Children as young as 1 are diagnosed with allergies. The inability to have something. Allergies affect most of the population in this world either with food allergies or environmental allergies or even strange allergies you never would think were possible. "But how does it affect mental...
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You’re Apologizing Wrong

Written By Gracielle Dedo Why Are You So Defensive? Something that's always puzzled me remains the fact that despite one’s age, we as humans are wildly defensive of ourselves in situations where we mess up. It’s an innate stress response, a defense, even if there is no explicit offense. What...
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