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In Texas, two teachers and 19 students died in a school shooting at Robb Elementary School May 24. In response, Head of School Coreen Hester sent a community-wide email May 25, opening up conversations about the impact of the shooting on students, parents and teachers.
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Texas school shooting spurs discourse on gun control
By Clara Martinez, The American School in London • June 1, 2022

Over 1,000 students ages 5 through 18 walk onto the ASL campus every day. When doing so, students file past numerous security guards and bulletproof glass that surrounds the entrance. For 19 students and two teachers in Uvalde, Texas, May 24 was the last day they walked into Robb Elementary School, per The New York Times. Head of School Coreen Hester said she turns on the news channel BBC Four every morning, which is how she learned about the shooting in Texas. She said she was “heartsick about...

An illustration depicts a same-sex couple with a child, celebrating Pride Month together. Approximately 114,000 same-sex couples are currently raising children in the U.S., according to the UCLA School of Law Williams Institute.
Parenting with pride
By Lucas Cohen-d'Arbeloff, Harvard-Westlake School • May 31, 2022
Anthony Walsh poses with his team after their state championship victory in 2013
Inclusion on the Ice
By Mia DiLorenzo, Edina High School • May 27, 2022
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The Local Road Safety Plan targets to reduce fatalities and severe injuries for all types of commuters, including bikers, drivers and pedestrians.
Paving the way for safer roads
By Kalyani Puthenpurayil, Monta Vista High School • June 2, 2022
Many colleges are no longer requiring applicants to submit standardized test scores.
Test optional?
By Vivian Polgreen, West High School • June 2, 2022
In Texas, two teachers and 19 students died in a school shooting at Robb Elementary School May 24. In response, Head of School Coreen Hester sent a community-wide email May 25, opening up conversations about the impact of the shooting on students, parents and teachers.
Texas school shooting spurs discourse on gun control
By Clara Martinez, The American School in London • June 1, 2022
Survivors of assault face much more than the event itself.
Surviving Assault: The obstacles to coming forward about sexual abuse
By Tanay Pant, Metea Valley High School • June 2, 2022
Anna and Michael Ross playing tennis during Vanderbilts spring tennis season in 2022. (Hustler Multimedia/Alexa White)
Kenny Chesney and Ice Cream for Breakfast: How Siblings Anna and Michael Ross Found Themselves Together at Vanderbilt
By Jonah Crist, Vanderbilt University • June 1, 2022
Tom Grennan and his band taking a short break in between songs during their performance at Brighton Music Hall.
‘A new wave of joy:’ How Boston’s live music scene has made its post-pandemic comeback
By Colette Pollauf, Northeastern University - The Scope Boston • June 1, 2022
By getting in and out of his wheelchair multiple times, maintaining his balance while standing on his right leg, lifting 10-pound weights with his right arm, and constant stretching alongside other workouts, Sidney Green can now stand on his own power more frequently.
Former FAU basketball head coach Sidney Green progresses in stroke recovery
By Richard Pereira, Florida Atlantic University • May 27, 2022
Vanderbilt University Medical Center, as photographed on Oct. 18, 2020. (Hustler Multimedia/Hallie Williams)
Former VUMC nurse RaDonda Vaught found guilty for death of patient by accidental injection
By Katherine Oung, Vanderbilt University • May 27, 2022
ALONG FOR THE RIDE (2022), Belmont Cameli as Eli & Emma Pasarow as Auden. Cr. Emily V. Aragones / Netflix
Along for the Ride is a cliche jaunt through summer romance
By Corina Karr, Archie Williams High School • June 2, 2022
WVHS students pose after a performance of Once Upon a Mattress. From left to right: Lizzie Hall as Mystic Old, Chance Kirk as Prince who grows on you over time, Wyett Butler as Comedic Relief, and Claudia Molatore as Smart Princess in need of husband.
The teenage experience needs to be portrayed by teens in musical theater
By Claudia Molatore, Wilsonville High School • June 2, 2022
CHS9 student Arisha Hasan teaches class at Milaana Dance’s studio on Jan. 20. Hasan is the youngest instructor at the studio, working alongside her mother.
Three generations, one love for dance
By Tracy Tran, Coppell High School • May 27, 2022
WSPNs Kally Proctor discusses the Uvalde shooting and steps schools and policymakers could take to decrease the number of mass school shootings in the United States.
Some questions, some answers: A high school sophomore's take on school mass shootings in America
By Kally Proctor, Wayland High School • June 3, 2022
False irony has allowed a new wave of fascism to infiltrate the internet.
Opinion: It's Not Just a Joke
By Aris Pastor, North Allegheny Senior High School • June 2, 2022
Mississippi’s refusal to reckon with its twisted past and the plights of African Americans and many other minorities within schools only puts its citizens at a disadvantage.
Echols: The exclusivity of accurate US, state history only hurts Mississippians
By Madison Echols, The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science • June 2, 2022
MHSNews | Marquette Students Pursue Their Passion for Bowling
By Pranav Sriraman, Marquette High School • May 27, 2022
Students try their hand at directing Spring plays
By Maya Phillips and Carol Queiroz May 24, 2022
Junior Jonathan Feldman Lizarraga  now visits the doctor yearly to make sure his results for cancer are still negative. Hes been cancer-free for ten years and even does jiu-jitsu weekly at a gym.
Pushing through leukemia
May 24, 2022
HEADS UP. Football coach Isaiah Spivey illustrates a proper tackle during a practice session. The most important part of tackling safety is to keep the head safe and let the shoulder pads absorb the impact.
Despite studies that football is not safe, Sevier coaches strive for safety
By Alli Valentine, John Sevier Middle School • May 17, 2022
KEEP THE LEARNING GOING. Substitute teacher Sade Martin fills in for a Sevier Middle teacher. Martin is one of several new substitute teachers who are trying to help eliminate the substitute teachers shortage.
Kingsport, like schools nationwide, struggles to hire substitutes
By Ella Smith, John Sevier Middle School • May 16, 2022
A HIGH-FLYING ADVENTURE. Sevier technology specialist Zach Welch holds one of his drones. Welch has a thriving side-business using drones for aerial photography.
The hobby of flying drones faces many legal complications
By Kaylee Hughes, John Sevier Middle School • May 10, 2022
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Alyssa Thompson 23 and Gisele Thompson 24 pose with a soccer ball wearing Nike gear. The sisters are the first high school athletes in history to sign an NIL deal with Nike.
Thompson sisters sign historic NIL deal with Nike
By Ella Yadegar, Harvard-Westlake School • June 2, 2022
Senior Katie Dorsey competes in the fastest high school girls race of the night. Fans lined the outside of the track, cheering on the runners.
Delaware Runners Set New Records at One Mile Challenge
By Claire M. '23, Padua Academy • May 31, 2022