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Nearing the End of the 2020-2021 School Year!!!

Written by Malia Savelio Tick Tock People!!! We are nearing the end of the school year, which means we need to have all of our priorities straight. Freshmen + Sophomores There are not that many main priorities other than making sure all of your assignments are completed on time and grades stay high. Juniors Well, there is some preparing to do. First, make sure you have scheduled your SAT and ACT tests. Also, keep on studying throughout the year. Second, start going over what colleges you are considering. Third, try...
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Toxic Productivity: How Social Media Glorifies Academic Perfectionism

Written by Rachael Willis We’ve all been there. You’re scrolling through YouTube, procrastinating doing your homework while watching some teenager teach you how to take the most aesthetically-pleasing notes with $20 pastel highlighters. All across social media, there are different communities focused on studying and productivity - studyblrs, studygrams, you...
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Just Be You

Written by Ta'Nya Wallace Individuality Hey you!, Yeah You! Don't do that. Don't wish you were in another skin, that you were another person; someone prettier, someone thinner, someone with lighter skin or darker skin. You are You. And nothing can be more special than your individuality. You are sacred,...
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My True Escapism

Written by Gracielle Dedo Since the beginning of the pandemic, nearly a year ago now, I’ve been practicing methods of escapism. Most people are these days, whether it’s through rewatching a favorite tv-show for the fiftieth time or re-reading a childhood book series. I found myself implementing both of these...
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My Unraveled Presentation

Written by Illia Solano My time in ASUPD’s Student Government has been really eventful these past couple of weeks. Many of you have probably heard or participated in one of their sponsored events. If you haven’t, today I’m going to give you a sneak peek into an exciting event that...
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Dealing with Mental Health

Written by Kenya Sykes This pandemic and this school year have caused me to face an unusual amount of stress. It’s normal to eventually feel stressed out with your workload. But this year has been on another level for me. A lot of the motivation that I used to have...
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The Light in the End

Written by Allison Bennett When all hope ends, what lights the fire again? What lights the spark that makes you try harder? When all hope seems lost what gives you the fire to stand up and try harder? Some people say it’s themselves, their heart, their memories. I say it’s...
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