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Schools Should Not Just Teach “Birds & Bees”

Savanna Goble, Editor-In-Chief

May 29, 2014

Filed under Opinion

When talking about the birds and the bees, many people find it awkward or somewhat uncomfortable. For a lot of teens, it is hard to take a sex talk from an adult seriously. So how serious are schools taking sex education? In...

Relationships Should Not Revolve Around Sex

Cheyenne Turner, Reporter

May 29, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Sex is a part of life, whether some decide to make that choice earlier in their lives or later. Everyone has different ideas and visions of the place and age where they believe this decision should be made, and this is a big part...

It’s Not Her Fault

Jenna Saylor, Copy Editor

May 29, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Fourteen adult men were accused of gang raping an 11-year old girl in Texas. The men used the excuse, “she dressed older than her age.” Seems absurd. “No one is asking to be raped,” junior Charlisa Cassady said....

Dealing With Stress at School

Angelina Glickman, Online Editor

November 26, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Nowadays, people have the tendency to stress out over everything, big and small. This seems to be a common problem amongst most teenagers, especially high school students. Stress sometimes causes people to become angry. The main...

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