“What do you take medicine for, Kaleb?” Everyone darted their eyes my way. “I have HIV.” I had swallowed all that stigma along with my pill.
Through a variation of soothing but upbeat melodies, uniquely textured vocals and piercing lyrics, 19-yer-old Khalid’s first album “American Teen” grabbed my soul and has not yet let go.
While it seem like an easy solution to the problem, my school’s new skort rule is actually a Band-Aid for a much larger issue: consent. I believe that while administration had the students’ best interests at heart, they missed the mark on identifying the deeper issue.
Chris did not deserve the persecution of the people around him. He did not deserve to be pushed to his brink.
A comprehensive and completely subjective guide to doing better by yourself and others for the New Year and every day after.
Because we are teens, we can speak to the difficulties of making the mental shift from summer vacation mode to back-to-school mode. Especially when you have had a summer as eventful as ours.
Riven Mendoza, 17-year-old valedictorian of the Class of 2017 at Creekside High School, is a first-generation citizen whose parents immigrated from Mexico Riven sat down with VOX to discuss the realities of being a first-generation citizen and a Mexican valedictorian at a predominately black school.
Luckily, there are many organizations that recognize the trials and triumphs of the first-generation college student and are here to help. Here are some resources that’ll help you get into college and enjoy the college years.
The world of financial aid can easily overwhelming with a plethora of terms. VOX is here to help guide you on your journey through financial aid by breaking down the 10 common terms.
Time management is key for getting through high school. It can be challenging to balance homework, clubs, athletics and a social life. But with proper time management, it won’t be that challenging and stressful.