VOXers Erin Davis, Amariyah Callender and Christian Stallworth dive into what exactly cancel culture is, and why we need it more than ever in 2018.
There are many options for how to keep yourself organized this school year and here are three great options for you to use. It all just depends on what you are comfortable with using and also what fits your personality.
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?
One thing that “Eighth Grade” accomplishes is capturing the experience of eighth grade (at least my experience). In the movie, eighth grade is total hell for Kayla, and that’s exactly how it was for me.
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.
The new movie “Eighth Grade” takes me back to Centennial Academy, golf carts, and Algebra 1. I want to touch on what I really like about the film, and that is how they depict the transition of pre-teens to teenagers.
“Scorpion” is a story, as with most of Drake’s other albums. The stinger though, it’s a new and even more vulnerable Drake. Revitalized but still the same. Is it a classic? No. Close? Maybe a little.
Here’s the thing about Kayla’s all-too-relatable character: We don’t want to relate. We don’t want to feel what she feels or experience what she experiences. We don’t want to be her. Because at some point, we already were.
When Girls like Girls podcast is about femme- (feminine) presenting lesbians and their experiences in the world.
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.