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Asians tend to stigmatize mental health issues

Chelsea Santos

"It was hard growing up in a family like mine,” said Carter Wang*, a senior at Barnard College in New York. “The stereotypes about Asian parents aren’t all true, but...  Read More »

October 24, 2016

ASP varsity boys soccer and Association Pierre Claver battle to tie in first-ever matchup

Susie Pieper, Jess Schot and Hugo Ward, American School of Paris

VAUCRESSON, France — The Association Pierre Claver soccer team battled the American School of Paris boys varsity soccer team in a match Monday at the ASP home pitch at Stade...  Read More »

October 21, 2016

‘Gotham’ star and sophomore, David Mazouz, balances stardom with studies

Eva Suissa, Shalhevet High School

Last year Shalhevet welcomed a superstar into its family — then freshman, now sophomore, David Mazouz. David has been acting since the age of 5, professionally since 8,...  Read More »

October 20, 2016

Pushing back against censorship

Sarah Schmoyer, Pascack Valley High School

In 2014, Northern Highlands student Adelina Colaku tried to publish an article in her school newspaper, The Highland Fling, but was prevented by the school’s administration....  Read More »

October 20, 2016

Hip to be Square: Tyrone Junior Excels in Rubik’s Cube Speed Solving Competitions

Seth Parker, Tyrone Area High School

Clearly junior Zac Jamison didn’t grow up in the 1980s, but he has turned an icon of the decade into his passion. The Rubik’s Cube and handheld puzzles like it are enjoying...  Read More »

October 20, 2016

‘Sweet Agony’ of Fantasy Football lures students anyway

Jacob Joseph Lefkowitz Brooks, Shalhevet High School

Competition, anxiety and many lost hours of homework are all hallmarks of Fantasy Football, but it seems students at Shalhevet have fallen for it as hard as the rest of the...  Read More »

October 20, 2016

Cancer Survivor: Meet Dr. Lily Sifuentes

Alexis Drevetzki, SWCTA

365 days. 365 days of losing strength, of withering away, of watching her family worry for her, of missing out on vacations and events and life. 730 days. 730 days of being...  Read More »

October 19, 2016

To Vote or Not to Vote

Lindsay Fogel, Watchung Hills Regional High School

While America prides itself on being the pinnacle of democracy and liberty, political inaction is an omnipresent dilemma for the nation, and many are wondering if this pattern...  Read More »

October 19, 2016

Am I Perfect?

Olivia Litzenberger, Abington High School

According to some estimates about 10 percent of people living in the United States will suffer from a serious eating disorder at some point in their lives. Eating disorders...  Read More »

October 18, 2016

“Coffee With Cops” opens volunteering opportunity for special young man

October 18, 2016

After July’s fatal shooting of five members of the Dallas Police Department, the outpouring of support...  Read More »

Aslam provides inspiration to all in claiming homecoming crown

October 17, 2016

Senior Rohina Aslam could not believe what was happening. A few weeks ago, her friends nominated her...  Read More »

Rolling the dice: the risk of illegally attending CISD

October 17, 2016

For many residents of the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Coppell ISD is a destination school district. CISD...  Read More »

France Treading In Deep Water With Burkini Ban

October 14, 2016

We live in a society where women are constantly being encouraged to show skin. Advertisements on TV,...  Read More »