New year’s resolutions
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New year’s resolutions

By GRACE CHUNG As New Year celebrations wrap up, many prospective individuals begin to form their New Year’s resolutions, swearing their undying loyalties to schedules and to-do lists in attempts to accomplish their goals. However, others insist that resolutions are irrational and in actuality very much unachievable. Though this might be true in some instances, … Continue reading

Upperclassmen
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Upperclassmen

By KRISHNAVENI TADI, freshman Upperclassmen. Even as they scorn their younger and less experienced counterparts, they are nevertheless revered as carriers of invaluable and otherwise unattainable wisdom regarding classes, teachers, and the other unwritten rules of high school. They need only open their mouth and in a matter of seconds, they will be swarmed by … Continue reading

Pro-crastination
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Pro-crastination

By KRUTI SITWALA, sophomore Every student must learn how to procrastinate correctly; it is an unstipulated requirement to survive high school. The average teenager, however, has trouble procrastinating effectively. Luckily, you have stumbled across this all-inclusive guide that will help you become a better procrastinator today—or tomorrow, or maybe next week. Adopt a motto. We all need a … Continue reading