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De-Stress and Decompress: Tips For Dealing With The Last Weeks of School

Written by Aubrie Buldain We have almost made it, guys! The last month of school is almost here, and I think I can speak for everyone when I say we are extremely excited. Now, the only downside is that everyone's favorite thing comes with the end of the year. Can you guess what it is? That's right, end of the year testing. Some may be dealing with state testing, and others may be dealing with more serious tests such as the ACT and the SAT. Although this time of the...
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Homework

Written by Gideon Batai Homework before 8th grade, and especially in elementary school, is a controversial topic. For many parents, it's challenging to make elementary school students with low attention spans do homework after spending several hours in school. Yet other parents believe homework helps challenge their children or prepare...
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Greta Thunberg: An Inspirational Leader

Written by Natalie Mendoza Greta Thunberg (pronounced as gre-ta tune-berg) is an inspirational Swedish young woman who proved to me that anyone could fight for climate justice and sustainability regardless of age and disabilities. Greta Thunberg has Asperger’s syndrome, which is a type of Autism Spectrum Disorder (Alter, Haynes, &...
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Finals Survival Guide: Mental Health

Written by Hallie Hadi As the semester draws to a close and final exams loom more close, it's too easy to get caught up in the strain and stress of wanting to perform well on our tests that we forget to look after ourselves. I've seen that this is a...
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The Lesser-Known Wonder Women

Written by Brooke Anderson Throughout history, pioneering women such as Rosa Parks, Anne Frank, Marie Curie, Maya Angelou, and so many others have received much well-deserved acclaim for their contributions to society. Today, I would like to recognize three other influential women who might not be as well known. Wangari Maathia (1940-2011)Wangari...
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Global Leadership Exchange Changed My Outlook on the World

Written by Billie Fechter Global Leadership Exchange is a course offered here at ASU Prep Digital that I had the honor of taking during its first cohort. During this course, you interact with students from morocco, creating a project together and overall collaborating across cultures. This course allowed me to...
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Famous Women in Arizona History

Written by Gideon Batai History is full of the contributions of Arizona women, the likes of Gabby Giffords and Sandra Day O'Connor. Many women from America's 47th state have held influential roles. However, here are just a few of them. Sandra Day O'Connor During the 1980 presidential election, then-candidate Ronald...
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