A Civil Rights Pilgrimage Into The Deep South

  |  Topic: Culture, Education, Identity, Race/Ethnicity, VOX Teen Archive
Written By: Jade Eckels, VOX Alumna, class of 2014
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Brandeis Bridges Fellows Take a Trip To Self-Discovery While Learning About The Past ¨I feel like I’ve seen a part of your souls,¨ our classmate Dahlia says to us. In our worn hotel room in Memphis, the words rest heavy with truth. I look around at everyone’s faces, trying to visually cement this moment in […]

Wale’s “The Album About Nothing”

  |  Topic: Entertainment, Music, Reviews, TV, VOX Teen Archive
Written By: Vaughn Cyrus
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New album with a 90s comedic twist The DC-based artist Wale released his second studio titled “The Album About Nothing” which was influenced by his self-proclaimed good friend Jerry Seinfeld, who gives every song on the album an intro. Some are clips from the eponymous well-known 90s TV show (also called “The Show About Nothing”), […]

Wale’s “The Album About Nothing”

  |  Topic: Entertainment, General, Music, Opinion, Reviews, VOX Teen Archive
Written By: Vaughn Cyrus
VOX Archive

The DC-based artist Wale released his second studio titled “The Album About Nothing” which was influenced by his self-proclaimed good friend Jerry Seinfeld, who gives every song on the album an intro. Some are clips from the eponymous well-known 90s TV show (also called “The Show About Nothing”), and others are from the Seinfeld himself […]

My 4.0 Fell Off the Face of the Earth

  |  Topic: Education, General, Grad Countdown, Personal, School, VOX Teen Archive
Written By: Thalia Butts
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As my sophomore year comes to a close, I reflect on the past few months with a slightly sour taste. Sophomore year was a particularly difficult year for me, and the fact that I’m not exactly sure why bamboozles me. Historically, my strategy of heavy procrastination, intense cramming, strong determination and strong friendships has allowed […]

Horoscopes: Spring 2015

  |  Topic: Horoscopes, VOX Teen Archive
Written By: Manuel Portillo

Let the stars be your guide! Taurus April 20 – May 20 Your past has been full of misses. This time around, make the “I want” in your life become “I have.” Gemini May 21 – June 20 Take a deep breath, relax your shoulders, and your mind and body will pair together making something […]

Will Grayson, Will Grayson

  |  Topic: Atlanta Teen Voices, Books, General, Reviews, VOX Teen Archive
Written By: Lydia Mathis
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A review of the book by John Green and David Levithan Will Grayson has just been ditched by his friends and finds himself at a little store called Frenchy’s. While looking for something to bring back to his friends to show what an amazing night he had without them, he runs into … Will Grayson? […]

This Pain, It Hurts

  |  Topic: General, Poetry, VOX Teen Archive
Written By: Dallas Gordon

VOX Poetry Sometimes the pain you hold is worse than the pain you’re experiencing Both hurt … But holding it in, you have a chance to experience even more hurting. Trying to analyze How it happened What should’ve happened Why did it happen But then realizing … You remember that pain is still hurting and […]

Childish Gambino Wows Crowd at Centennial Park

  |  Topic: Entertainment, Music, Reviews, VOX Teen Archive
Written By: Alexandria Wilson, North Atlanta High School
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The performer brings over the top energy to his set opening for Outkast The view from the cheap (free!) seats outside the show.   After walking around almost the whole perimeter of Centennial Olympic Park last Saturday, looking for a place where I was in decent ear shot of the happenings inside, I finally found […]

Young the Giant Delivers Big Emotional Evening for Fans

  |  Topic: Entertainment, Music, Reviews, VOX Teen Archive
Written By: Alexandria Wilson, North Atlanta High School
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My fellow press photographers and I were escorted through a cleared path that cut straight through to the pit at the front of the Tabernacle stage. As fans awaited the members of Young the Giant to hit the stage February 22 in downtown Atlanta, the air was thick with anticipation, humid heat, and filled with […]

On the Road with Jule Vera

  |  Topic: Entertainment, Music, Reviews, VOX Teen Archive
Written By: Alexandria Wilson, North Atlanta High School
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If you’re going to be in Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, or Alabama for the remainder of this week, then you’re in luck. The new band Jule Vera kicked off their (very) limited tour in Atlanta on Tuesday and will wrap up in Nashville, Tenn., on Saturday, Sept. 28. Ticket prices are very affordable, ranging in price […]