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Mental Health Education in Schools: Why It Should Matter to You

Lainey Holland and Peyton Carns

August 15, 2019

Every year on the second day of school, we are shown the same mental health awareness video. A kid is being bullied, they’re sad, their friends help by encouraging them to see a counselor, and the kid begins to feel better. ...

Opinion: The Adversity Score Could Do More

Lainey Holland and Whitney Nguyen

August 12, 2019

In May 2019, the College Board announced they will begin using economic and social data for an “Adversity Score” on the Scholastics Aptitude Test (SAT). As we approach the new school year, it’s important to know how this data...

Pros and Contraceptives

Maddie Currie

May 29, 2019

Let’s face the facts: A lot of people are having sex way before they want kids. According to Planned Parenthood, the average age is 17, but that’s none of my business. If you are having sex or plan on starting, there are som...

Addiction’s in Again!

Addiction’s in Again!

January 28, 2019

Do It For State

Evan Showalter

November 29, 2018

It's no secret that JCPS and the state have had a lot of issues in the past. Over the last year, they have been in a long and complicated battle that seems to have everyone confused, but it is much more than political mumbo jumbo...

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