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
The topic of today: At what point is a sexual “joke” taken too far and why does society normalize something that can make someone feel so uncomfortable? To set the stage for this, it started at the beginning of my sophomore year when I turned down a guy who I truly just wasn’t interested in, … More There’s More to Me Than Meets The Eye
Growing up I have fond memories of running through the halls of my former school district while my mom worked there and making connections with all the teachers and staff. It’s amazing getting to see those people again who helped shape me into the person I am today, and still maintain those connections I made … More Support for Our Educators
Just recently I turned the big, sweet 16, and I decided to reflect back on these past 16 years and what I have gotten from them. So here are 16 things I have learned in 16 years… Enjoy! It is better to have a few close friends, than to have a large group of fake … More Sixteen Things