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7 Study Habits of Successful Students

Maximize the efficiency of your study time to provide yourself with ample rest, recovery, and brain power!
January 11, 2021
Maximize the efficiency of your study time to provide yourself with ample rest, recovery, and brain power! 

McCartney III- Long await of McCartney Trilogy

Paul McCartney (Picture: Mary McCartney/MPL Communications)
January 9, 2021

Everyone has heard of The Beatles. This Liverpool band is regarded as the most influential band of all time from its elements of rock and roll, traditional pop to later psychedelic rock and Indian music...

A History of Controversial Elections in the United States

Overcast of 2020: What is happening in the White House? (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
November 25, 2020

Falling in line with what one might expect from this year, 2020’s Presidential election will be talked about for years to come.  I want to look back at some of the most controversial elections in the...

Rejoice for the Election!

Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris and her husband, Douglas Emhoff 
Photo Credits: New Indian Express
November 18, 2020

After the much-awaited results, Joe Biden has made a resounding win in the 2020 election. This also means that for the first time in history we will have our first female vice-president, which is a significant...

Evolving Scene of Voter Engagement

A 2020 Harris County
October 31, 2020

The push to get out the vote in the 2020 election is seemingly stronger than ever before with Harris County voters are coming out in record numbers. In the first seven days of 2020's early voting, the...

Bipolar – A Diagnosis, Not an Adjective

The stigma against mental illness has been around for many decades. Is now the era in which society will finally combat it? Image Credits: Institute for Work and Health
September 7, 2020

Mental illness, a term frequently used in jest and for dramatic purposes. What people do not seem to understand is that mental illness is something to be afraid of while also being something to be cautious...

Problems with Fast Fashion – How You Can Make Your Wardrobe More Ethical

Fast fashion isn't free- someone, somewhere is paying. -Lucy Siegle Photo credit: Getty images
July 23, 2020

As fast fashion takes over the fashion industry, trendy clothes are now being mass produced, making them cheaper. These clothes are only on trend for a little while, going out of style quickly so that...

School Reopening – A Do or Don’t?

Education is essential to a good career, but during a time of crisis like COVID-19, are we really prepared to risk our children’s lives so they can enter a classroom? Photo Credits: Think Inclusive
July 14, 2020

Since the beginning of human creation, there have always been things to do, dreams to achieve, and plans to carry out. Some have plans to join the army or become doctors, but nevertheless, there is something...

It’s Time to Reframe Our Patriotism – Reflections on the 4th of July

Each year on July 4th, fireworks light up the night sky in celebration of our nation. But what are we really celebrating? Photo Credits: Vox
July 5, 2020

Some days it’s hard to celebrate America. It’s hard to celebrate independence in a country with the largest incarcerated population in the world and where children and families in search of a better...

The Horrifying News About Yemen

June 21, 2020

The world right now seems like it’s in shambles. Turning on the news only leads to more disappointment, because whether it be a spike in Corona cases or more riots gone bad, nothing seems to be going...

Photos Hold Power

Pictures have immense emotional and sentimental power and are able to remind us, even in dark times, of happier days and the beauty of the world around us. Photo Credits: Katie DeMasi
June 9, 2020

I, like many other teenagers, have had plenty of free time during this pandemic to peruse various platforms of social media. Scrolling on Instagram, reading funny tweets, and constantly snapping friends...

Reflecting on the End of APAHM and the Model Minority Myth — From a Chinese-American Student

Asian Americans breaking the model minority mold.
June 7, 2020
Daphne Han, a Chinese-American student who is a rising senior, reflects on the end of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month as well as the model minority myth.
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