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Organizing chaos. As students plan their activities for Saturday and Sunday, homework takes up an extensive chunk of their time. While some teachers have ceased assigning weekend homework, others maintain the firm perspective that it
Teachers vs. Students: Weekend homework
Naisha Roy, Staff Writer • April 8, 2019
Stacked-up stress. Youth these days are rarely motivated by school stress; most of the stress has been shown to have a negative effect. Students have reported getting sick or even depressed by just thinking about the stress they are or will be dealing with. "A survey by the American Psychological Association found that nearly half of all teens — 45 percent — said they were stressed by school pressures," states npr.org. Image used via Flickr under Creative Commons.
Teachers vs. Students: Stress
Naisha Roy, Staff Writer • December 3, 2018
As the year goes on, students
Teachers vs. Students: Workload
Naisha Roy October 2, 2018
Just google it. "Google" is an official verb according to the Meriam-Webster dictionary, which isn
It's not just a search: the google lawsuits and their effect on journalism
Naisha Roy, Copy Editor • October 23, 2020
Rest in peace. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an influential woman who changed lives. Her successes helped many women around the world. Photo used via flickr under creative commons.
The loss of Ruth Bader Ginsburg: a one-woman show
Saahithya Gutta, Staff Writer • October 21, 2020
Unique patterns. Cody Strozensky, a student at South Forsyth High School, wears a black uniquely patterned mask with a dark hoodie. With the pandemic, students have been seen with some pretty unique and colorful masks.
The upcoming of mask fashion
Brooke Eldridge, Opinions and Arts and Entertainment Editor • October 19, 2020

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