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Stem Careers 101

March 1, 2017

Turn Up The H.E.A.T – Solving the Energy Crisis

Etan Ginsberg, Staff Writer

February 28, 2017

Manoj Bhargava, founder of the humanitarian organization Billions in Change, once said, “There are seven billion of us in the world today. And we're facing some huge problems, but talk doesn't help someone out of poverty. Awareness...

When Does Dieting Cross the Line?

Florencia Giraudo, Staff Writer

February 10, 2017

Looking in the mirror, all find defects. Sometimes we believe that we’re too fat or hate the scars that we might have on our body. But at what point do we cross the line and create distorted images of ourselves? Anorexia nervo...

The Truth About Drugs

Florencia Giraudo, Staff Writer

February 7, 2017

Drug abuse is an issue in numerous countries regardless of the culture that their citizens follow. Different associations try to raise awareness for these substances, which, after one small taste, can change your life. Many drug...

Everything You Need To Know About Social Media

February 3, 2017

We all have thought about having a social media account. Even for those of us who haven’t taken action in creating one, it will always be in the back of our minds. That is because our generation is so influenced by social medi...

Roosevelt High students in Michael Magidman's class during stress-reduction Rider Time, named after the school's Roughrider mascot, in Seattle. With teachers sensing student's anxiety had reached a crisis level, they rearranged the school's schedule to add a 20-minute break every day, and weekly lessons on mindfulness. (Ellen M. Banner/Seattle Times/TNS)

Stress on Different Sexes

January 18, 2017

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