A typical high school classroom is divided into two groups: the kids who are paying attention, and the ones who are not engaged in the lesson. It is easy to tell them apart—the students not paying attention are usually on their phones, socializing, or even worse, popping Xanax pills.
Recently, political leaders have made multiple remarks disregarding the political opinions of young adults. However, this is not just a recent occurrence. Over and over again in our society, young adults are silenced by authority figures. From political settings to the classroom, the youth’s opinions are being disregarded by those in power, and this needs to stop.
Everyone has their own “defaults” that pop into their head. Upon reading a book, the character most people first picture is white, straight and blonde, unless stated otherwise.
If Cady Heron had not moved to America, would Regina George have been crowned Spring Fling Queen?
Behind every college acceptance letter, there are late nights and hard work.
Since the start of 2018, the number of school shootings have spiked to alarming numbers with 18 school shootings already, despite it being the second month of the year.
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With the sweltering heat of California summer just around the corner, it is almost the season of tank tops and shorts—but not for students.
As the chains of discrimination remain deep-rooted in our society’s institutions, progress for the marginalized is restricted. Unfortunately, this discrimination—namely misogyny—is still lingering in the military and has been preventing women from receiving opportunities that their male counterparts enjoy.
“Pursue your passions,” they say. “Do what you love,” they say.