“Sometimes being gay feels like it’s obstructing my high school experience. So I asked some of my gay friends. I wanted to know what they thought about being gay and how it affects them in high school.”
As soon you enter Midtown Atlanta on Pride weekend, you see rainbows and colors adorned everywhere. Whether it is on people, flags, signs, or dogs, rainbows are everywhere. Atlanta Pride Festival attendees are there to make a statement and show who they are.
Teen staffer Aryanna Brown, 17, reassures readers that it is okay that they don’t have their future figured out just yet, as life is only beginning.
From her first appearance in Act One, the modern Jasmine tells us she’d like “a suitor who’d be willing to change a few royal diapers once in a while.”
The music festival season has begun here in Atlanta! You’ve copped your tickets, blasted music from your favorite artists on the lineup, and racked your brain over what to wear. But, are you completely sure that you’re ready?
Finally! Season four of the VOXCast is here. This time we have VOXCast co-founders Kenneth Franklin and Khalil Shipman talking about their transitions into freshman year, of college.
You’re probably wondering what college admissions recruiters and officers are thinking. Is it really all about grades to them, or are these recruiters hoping to find the esteemed multifaceted student that they could only dream of?
The fun and games of freshman year are over, and it’s now time to focus on your future. Although the changes may seem serious, if you stay focused and listen to the words I’m spitting you should be fine.
There are teens out there who have unlocked the key to success in and outside of academics. The keyword to their success is productivity.
You’re probably asking how or what do you mean or some form of that question, but that’s exactly what I mean.
VMC reporter Krystal White asked four high school students their thoughts on school shootings and what will make them feel safe at school.