Grow-up, clean-up, show respect

If you’ve ever walked through the cafeteria after the last lunch, you’ve noticed trash littering the floors that were clean right before the stampede of students came through. This is unacceptable in any school, much less a high school full of teenagers who are more than capable of depositing the leftover remains of their lunch […]

Taking care of business like a family

Some people aspire to climb the corporate ladder, to retire by 35 with a bank account full of money from savvy investments and shrewd business deals, but others would find that type of life devoid of meaning. Incentivizing education usually only leaves a bad taste in a teacher’s mouth as they don’t see success defined […]

My journalism experience: lessons learned, memories made, friendships formed in room 6160

High school, day one: lost, shy, and scared. My first class on that day was Journalism – Newspaper with Rebecca Dominy in room 6160. A series of questions ran through my head as 8:25 a.m. came closer and closer by the minute: where is room 6160? I knew the class would be filled with upperclassmen – what if they think I’m weird?