Popping the HB Bubble

By Cartier Pitts We all have our various reasons for occasionally disliking school. It may be the overbearing amount of homework for most kids. Or it could possibly be the “strict” dress code… Continue reading

How You Found Solace

By: Kat Holleran “There is too much – too much stress, too much craziness. How am I supposed to emerge out of a world that is so hectic and live in peacefulness and… Continue reading

Trash Can

By: Sue Roy I sit just a few feet from the corner- I really don’t want to be more secluded than I already am. I’m a robot-like figure, easily taken apart. I am… Continue reading

Holiday Bark

By: Madeleine Schroedel and Emily Amjad Here’s a super easy holiday treat to kick off your vacation! The imprints of snowflakes and penguins on the holiday Oreos will definitely bring a smile to… Continue reading

A Nut-Ban is NUTS!

By: Megan Dorogi and Rachel Lowrie It is one thing to take a food that is a major allergen away from children, such as middle schoolers and primary students. It makes sense to take… Continue reading

How To: Walk in the Halls

By: Kelsey Rich and Lizzie Crotty

The Do’s & Don’ts of Social Media

By: Caroline Jobson DO Use a strong password and change it frequently Verify that the people you’re “friends” with online are at least within your community and somewhat recognizable. Live in the moment.… Continue reading

Who To Follow on Instagram

By: Ellie Cascio and Taylor Herrick Photo Source: @New_Fork_City instagram

My Mother’s Shoes

By: Kacey Gill I’d never noticed her shoes before. They were black patent leather – or at least they used to be patent leather. After all the years of use, they had become… Continue reading

Hipster Heaven

By: Val Mischka I went to Portland, Oregon over Thanksgiving break and while I was there I felt like I was in a Twilight movie. Portland is home to hipsters; everyone there wears… Continue reading