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Find and Feed Your Inner Artist

Find and Feed Your Inner Artist

By Sofia Sant'Anna-Skites

May 25, 2019

  Summer is the best time to fill your life with the arts. If you've been pushing off your goals of becoming a more artistically-driven and self-aware human, you now have several months to achieve them. It's the perfect season to create habits that you can carry into the school year. You may...

Groesbeck: Sweater Weather, Mastering the Transition From Summer to Fall

By Ren Groesbeck

October 9, 2017

The transition from summer into fall presents a fashion challenge. The mornings are especially chilly but in the afternoon, the long-sleeves, sweaters and jackets are too hot to get around campus or stroll the town. Relying on layering to get through the colder seasons is essential. The more layering,...

Patience: Dress Codes Serve as Disruption

Patience: Dress Codes Serve as Disruption

By Alisa Patience

October 9, 2017

I highly doubt there is any student in America who has not been “dress coded.” For those who don’t know, a dress code is a set of rules, especially in K-12 schools, that outline what a person is allowed to wear. Some of the most common dress codes include no hems more than two inches above the...

Remakes And Sequels Aren’t Getting Old

Remakes And Sequels Aren’t Getting Old

By Alisa Patience

May 9, 2017

Dystopian futures, children with special powers, a group of friends who rule the school, a misunderstood character who wants to take over the world. These are just some of the many tropes that are repeated over and over again in countless books and movies, yet they never fail to pique the interest of...

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