Monthly Archives: March 2018

How to Overcome Writer’s Block

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     If you aren’t familiar with writer’s block, it is a circumstance where the writer is having trouble producing new work. It is a condition most of us struggle with, and if you are one of the few ones who don’t, then snaps to you. There are multiple types of writer’s block. To narrow it down, […]

Smoke and Black Mirror

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Ever since Black Mirror released its fourth season, it’s been the talk for weeks. Black Mirror is a show based on advanced technology and the outcome it has, whether it’s good or bad. What’s so unique about this show, is how unexpected it is. It contains many twists and each episode is different, and confusing […]

Grammy’s 2018

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This years Grammy nominees and winners were controversial. People are in disbelief that many singers, rappers, and songwriters were not represented at the Grammys and many did not get a chance to perform. Songs like Migos and Lil Uzi Vert’s “Bad and Boujee,” Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow,” Gucci Mane’s “Black Beatles,” Post Malone and 21 […]

Everyone Deals With Stress, Why Should You?

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Learning how to cope with failure and stress is important for teenagers to get through high school. Teenagers stress about many things throughout their high school career some being tests, college, shop, homework, and clubs. Many of these things can create stress, the stress can cause adverse effects on the students. Sleep deprivation and loss […]

New Year, Same Me?

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A fresh start seems to give everyone a sense of a new lifestyle, a changed behavior or trait. This can seem as an important way to successfully accomplish your goals. A majority of people start off their year with a list of goals to accomplish, however not many people put in the effort to do […]

Should We Stop Supporting Unethical Brands?

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Last month, H&M was under fire due to an ad for one of their campaigns that featured a young black boy wearing a sweater that said “Coolest Monkey In The Jungle.” It sparked a debate on social media and many people were outraged due to its racist nature and the comparison it provoked between black […]

Are We Addicted to Our Phones?

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The impact of media on our lives is very strong. Many people rely on the newer media to go about their daily routine. When wanting to acquire news information a person is more likely to look it up on their phones, rather than waiting a day or two for the daily newspaper articles to be […]

How-to Save Instead of Splurge

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Economically speaking, money is a big issue many people have a hard time managing. If more people begin to keep track of their spending habits they may be able to spend less and save more. Saving up money from the beginning of the year to the end of the year is hard. Usually people spend […]

Diversity in Hollywood

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Hollywood has become more diverse over the past years by incorporating different cultures and ethnicities in their TV shows and movies. Diversity is important because our country, workplaces, and schools increasingly consist of various cultural, racial, and ethnic groups.  There were not as many indian actors and actresses acting in Hollywood until very recently. One […]

How to Make a Goal

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At the start of every year, you are expected to come up with a “New Year’s Resolution,” but what is it exactly? Why do people come up with these resolutions and break them so quickly? A study included in an article by HowStuffWorks, later to be adapted by Newsela, has shown that seventy-seven percent of […]