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Senior Project Protips: Advice for Making Senior Project a Little Bit Easier

Senior Project Protips: Advice for Making Senior Project a Little Bit Easier

Mary Alice Schultz, Editor/Reporter
March 5
Filed under Blogs, On Your Mind, Recent Stories

It’s more than halfway through the school year, and that means that the 93 other Brashier seniors and I are working hard on Senior Projects.   But some of us are ahead of the game while other are struggling.  The fact that we’ve known about these projects for years makes people wonder why we strug...

Music App Analysis – Which App Is Best for You?

Music App Analysis – Which App Is Best for You?

March 3
Filed under On Your Mind, Recent Stories

Music apps are the fastest growing of the app companies. Most people have at least one music app on their iPod or iPhone, whether it be as common as Pandora, as new as Beats, or as unfamiliar as Songza. Musical apps are very helpful, and different apps can suit different needs. Some of the fastest gro...

The Stress Monster

The Stress Monster

Destiny Byrd, Public Relations Editor/Reporter
January 27
Filed under Blogs, On Your Mind, Recent Stories, Student Life

Life can get hectic sometimes, especially if you are taking college classes. During college, it is important to learn how to effectively deal with stress because most people will be stressed at least once in their college career. There are many different ways to handle stress. 1. Run off some steam. ...

How Students Can Conquer the Budget Battle

How Students Can Conquer the Budget Battle

Holly Cannady, Co-Editor/Reporter
January 23
Filed under Blogs, On Your Mind, Recent Stories, Student Life

It isn't common to overhear teenagers discussing plans to go to a basketball game or to go to lunch with some friends. The conversation typically takes a serious turn when the students look into their wallets with high hopes for enough funds to attend said event. Saving money is always important, whether it b...

New Approaches to Studying for Exams

New Approaches to Studying for Exams

Destiny Byrd, Public Relations Editor/ Reporter
December 13
Filed under Blogs, On Your Mind

Studying for exams can be frustrating. Most people dread exam time due to the high volume of studying that comes along with it. Studying is usually very boring, but it does not have to be. Exploring new ways of studying can be beneficial to help pass time and to make studying easier. Switch up your stud...

Decreasing Your Chances of Getting Sick

Decreasing Your Chances of Getting Sick

Destiny Byrd, Public Relations Editor/Reporter
November 14
Filed under Blogs, On Your Mind

When seasons change, people are more likely to get sick. I used to brag about how I never got sick because I would take a daily dose of a Vitamin C supplement pill. It had been over a year since I had gotten even a sniffle. I had gotten so confident in this pill that I ate after my sick mom. Oh boy, I ...

ACT & SAT for YOU and ME

ACT & SAT for YOU and ME

November 14
Filed under On Your Mind

The ACT and SAT primarily measure your smarts. They don’t measure your strength, they don’t care about what sport you like, and they don’t care about what you want to be when you grow up. They don’t involve your artistic or musical abilities, and it doesn’t matter how many volunteer hours you...

How Do You Approach Bullying?

How Do You Approach Bullying?

On Your Mind
October 22
Filed under On Your Mind

School has begun. The pressure to make good grades, have time for extracurricular activities, and continue to discover our self-worth strains us more and more as we carry on into the school year. All the barreling pressure builds up, and it’s hard to contain the bursting expression. With all these aspe...

What Stress-Reducing Method Is Best?

What Stress-Reducing Method Is Best?

September 24
Filed under On Your Mind

Everyone has a different reaction to stress. It comes and goes for some people, and it can come quite frequently for others. The National Institution of Mental Health defines stress as “the brain’s response to any demand.” As a student, your brain may be conformed to coping with stress. Someti...

Suntans and Savings: Tips on Getting a Job during the Summer

Suntans and Savings: Tips on Getting a Job during the Summer

May 16
Filed under On Your Mind

The school year is ending and soccer season is almost over. I’m about to have something I rarely get during the school year: free time! I've realized that I have all this time in the summer and it's time for me to get a job. I believe that summer jobs for teenagers are very important. It helps student...

5 Steps for Successful Prom Planning

5 Steps for Successful Prom Planning

April 25
Filed under On Your Mind

Prom is approaching soon, and many students are struggling to try to put their plans together. Many people wonder if there is a simpler way to attack the beast that is Prom Night. Follow these 5 simple steps to create the night that you will remember for the rest of your life. Step One. Define Your Universe. The first...

What Should I Do for Spring Break?

What Should I Do for Spring Break?

March 28
Filed under On Your Mind

Flowers are blooming, birds are chirping, and the sun is beginning to shine. Spring is right around the corner, and students are already making their plans for Spring Break. With so many activities to do, many students are asking, “What should I do for Spring Break?” First things first, sleep in. This ...

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