Mental health can be defined many ways, and be seen as less or more important in someone’s life based on their beliefs and experiences. Mental health is what defines our lives, our emotions, physiological, and social well-being. It is how we relate to others, handle stress, and make choices. It is important in every aspect... Continue Reading →


  Dylan Collom Guns are one of the most opinionated topics in America. Firearms are needed in America for many reasons. For one there is are people who need them for defensive purposes. The second reason why guns are needed is a sign of freedom. And lastly, there is the need of them for recreation... Continue Reading →

Ke’ilani Sedrick Mr. Schmidt Sophomore English 29 January 2018 Currently, a discussion up in the air, being disputed left and right, is whether or not universities should be free. We continue to see the amount of money used to pay for this second round of education, and the question is if it is necessary for... Continue Reading →

When children are our next generation in life, every choice we make now can affect their future. This is why adoption can affect a child or an orphan in the foster system. This all determines whether a child has a home, a family, and an education. Adoption can vary in prices of $0 to $50,000... Continue Reading →

High school students have a problem, this problem is home work.  I know that this is a strange topic, but it is real.  There are some students that don’t get a lot of home work; however this doesn’t apply to all students.  To begin, students are already at school for seven hours a day, five... Continue Reading →

Most people agree that animals - no matter the type - are innocent and deserve protection from harm. Despite this commonly shared mindset, there are still millions of animals raised and slaughtered annually in the most awful ways imaginable. Many companies in the meat, egg, and dairy industries do this to make the most product... Continue Reading →

Logan Ashton Mr. Schmidt 10th English 2/6/18         One major problem that we face in the world today is the problem of whether we should promote school uniforms or not. Many kids are affected by bullying because of clothing choice. However, many more kids disagree with this petition of getting school uniforms.... Continue Reading →

According to the US Department of Education, between the 1999–2000 and 2009–2010 school years, the percentage of public schools requiring students to wear uniforms increased from 12 to 19 (Sweeney, 2014). As the annual percentage of American schools mandating uniforms increases, the nationwide debate between students, parents, and educators intensifies. School uniforms favor conformity over... Continue Reading →

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