VOX is proud to present our fifth annual VOX Media Cafe (VMC) program for teenagers who live all over metro Atlanta. This summer, we will be hosting two different sessions with students from all over metro Atlanta in each. These sessions involve taking a deep dive into the realms of journalism, such as photography and audio.
Summer break is the time to unwind and relax after all of the hard work we put in during the school year. But with all of this free time, what do we do for the summer?
On June 6, the Woodruff Arts Center and High Museum joined forces to create the Smells Like Teen Spirit Film Festival and Parallelograms teen art exhibition. The film festival was a platform for filmmakers 21 and younger to showcase their masterpieces.
I don’t strive to be different, I just strive to be me. And trust me, when you block all the haters, you won’t have to spend the rest of your life looking for yourself. When you’ve been with yourself since birth, the first time you took a breath, you just have to remember all the things you love, not just the things people love you for.
I advise teens to please immediately talk to an adult. To not keep it in. I built my walls up. I painted those walls with smiley faces. I don’t want other teens to go through what happened to me. I want teens to know that you aren’t alone.
But Why Should I? Because if you don’t, then who will? Because this is a war and the casualties are high. This is a battle and everyday people die against against an enemy who is hard to beat but we cannot accept defeat.
VOX presents our editors’ top picks of responses that emerged from the Creekside High School writing workshop, spring 2015: Marco DeSantos, 15 One big problem I have in my community is the way people judge another person by what they have on or what they look like. I don’t think that just because someone may not […]
Bestselling author Maggie Stiefvater talks to VOX teen reporters at the 2014 AJC Decatur Book Festival.