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A dull online school leads to burnout
Overcoming the gender binary
The true consequences of anonymous social media
Democracy beyond the two party system
School pride plays key role in creating unity
Breakout rooms fail to simulate personal discussion
The root issue of club inflation
Nearing the conclusion of the SAT debacle
Thinking beyond affirmative action
Is online schooling a sustainable alternative?
Social media activism struggles to cause real change
The ethics of working as a teenager
Corporate performance: Epic Games’ gambit
Why quarantine bubbles are ineffective
TikTok banned: for security or control?
Ramifications of Online PE
Everyone has the right to criticize
Every individual contribution matters
Lack of representation dispirits the Oscars race
Memes undermine global issues
Coronavirus: understanding the line between precaution and xenophobia
The consequences of speed-driven journalism
Why clubs are worthwhile
What makes an American film “American”
The implications of the Mustang Roundup
‘Tis the season to experience
No room for vulnerability with manhood
The case for “OK, Boomer”
Protecting the principles of journalism
Later school starts are not the best solution
Equal pay and what it means to women’s soccer
The bandwagon of “uncool”
Accepting the internet’s loss of privacy
Will paying student athletes save or destroy college sports?
Elevated violence in Hong Kong undermines purpose
The dark side of Tik-Tok
The flaws of paid summer school
Crossing the boundary of toxic competition
Sensitivity in television shows
College rankings: credible or incomplete?
Why originality matters
Striving for consistency in standardized testing
The morality of tipping
Fixing the bathroom dilemma
Questioning the SAT adversity score
The literary merit of Kendrick Lamar’s “DAMN”
Digital technology or printed work
Why students are burning out
The politics of climate change
The issues with daylight savings
The flaws of college admission
Adopting a growth mindset
The manipulation of controversy
Tunnel vision or prioritization
Respect despite not understanding
Controversy’s role within advertising
The impact of the government shutdown
Authorial intent vs. reader response
Why controversy is avoided
Does our past define us?
It’s okay to be vulnerable
Don’t take the easy way out
Separating art from the artist
Justice doesn’t have a political party
Introversion in an extroverted society
College Board controversy
Importance of recognizing culture
The overvaluation of popularity
When does joking cross the line?
The importance of being culturally aware
The perfect exterior of social media
Exposing conspiracy theories
Dear Walnut High School…
The reality of escapism
The importance of representation in films
The power of walkouts
Reading the terms and conditions
Learning to say no
The conflict between privacy and public security
Why you keep hearing those fire alarms
The bigger picture
Transparency on campus
Actually busy vs. procrastination
The importance of strong club leadership
Hello, my name is…
Complaining vs. venting
We are restless
Affirmative Action: Pro & Con
The significance of grades
What’s the point?
The obsession with brand names
Trivializing real issues with memes
The presence of Americanization within the popular film industry
Exaggeration of “goals” in media
How does our sheltered environment affect us?
Sadie Hawkins dance breaks gender norms
The benefits of choosing whom you work with
How to better shape your life
Balancing health and academic success
PDA: A touchy school subject
Why we fear rejection and how it benefits us
Thoughts on raising the legal driving age
Differences between American and foreign education
Online assignments over break
Comparing the education of two different generations
Dishonesty in club advertising
The GPA craze
Why is “skinny” a compliment?
Creativity assignments in modern classroom: Pro vs. Con
Gossip: The Scoop
Now trending: What makes new viral trends so successful?
The need for a mix of in-class and take-home essays
Securing a suitable schedule in AP and IB
Guide and inside look on course selection
The whole world is in our hands
An educational balancing act
Same subject, different approaches
The dissolution of language sensitivity
Breaking the stigma of self-love
Pros and cons of dating in high school
The right, the wrong and the ethical
Pros and cons of self studying for the SAT
The Failures in Trump Filters
Stereotypes Down South
Misconceptions vs. Reality: Waking up later for school
Four Types of Parenting Styles
The need for sleep
Teenagers and warranted labeling
The Effectiveness of School Campaigns
Negative Effects of Lowering Standards
The Pros and Cons of Top College Resources
Teachers and the character they build
Pro: Planning ahead for the future
Pros and cons of popular teaching methods
COMIC STRIP: The pros and cons of standardized tests
Editorial: Walk the walk
Better to meet online or in real life
Teaching with new resources
The long term benefits of IB
Has Technology Become More Than Just a Supplement?
Con: Planning for the future
The requirements of future success
Grow from competition
Counselors and College
Social media, paving the way for politics
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