Never would I have thought that a silly English project would be able to open my eyes to so many bigger issues around me, but it did and I have so much to say about it. In my advanced placement (AP for short) English class, we were reading, Their Eyes Were Watching God, by Zora … More Silencing the Stigma Around Domestic Abuse
“Success is stumbling from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm” – Winston Churchill When you’re given an opportunity to make change, take it and run with it. Turn your craziest dreams into a reality, and continue to innovate and expand your ideas using design thinking until you’ve found the perfect solution. That’s what the … More Doing WIT
Hello all, long time no blog. I’ve been kept busy lately with junior year in full speed and my pageant events on the weekend. This summer though, I had the opportunity to write for a blog on belldigital.net about coming outside of your comfort zone. This is the final draft that I wanted to share … More Fear of the First
Across the country, there are approximately 7.6 million animals spending their days locked up in shelters awaiting their forever home. The crazy thing is that’s not even the most shocking part. Out of these 7 million and counting pets, 2.7 million are euthanized for reasons of lack of space and funding. Yet people still spend … More Adopt, Don’t Shop!
As this school years fades to an end and summer begins to kick in, kids are filled with excitement and relief that all those homework assignments are over with. Summer is a time to give your mind some relaxation, a vacation of its own, but this is not necessarily possible for AP kids. Many high … More Anxiety Puts the “A” in A.P Classes