Crash. Assignments are in the air, rain is everywhere and you desperately seek refuge from the thunderstorm; too late because, you are drowning from this scholastic storm.
In today’s largely plugged-in society, many express gratitude for the conveniences of modern technology. However, most do not stop to think about the very essentials of society that technology has taken from us.
Everybody either knows a teacher’s pet, is one or has been one at some point in their lives.
Sit down, flip through any modern fashion magazine and there you see it: a picture of that flawless model, with a stunning figure and perfect proportions.
In the midst of the moment, a child happily receives their shiny trophy with wide smiles and gleaming eyes. They look toward the audience and feel a thrill of exhilaration and accomplishment.
“Money can’t buy happiness.” But in today’s world, it technically can.
I am sure we all have someone in mind who we believe do not deserve the respect they receive: it literally can be anyone—a celebrity, a family member, a friend, etc.
“Kiss me, I’m Irish!”
Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math (STEM) curriculums are the most important in schools. This is not a question; it’s a statement. In fact, it is an assumption taken on by so many people today that no one gives the country’s obsession with STEM a second thought anymore.
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.