Bullied & Bullies Have a Rotten Life by Lessenitt Campos

Bullying has been going on for years and it has serious effects on the bullied individual later in life. Being involved in bullying can be either beneficial or harmful, depending on how victims recover from the situation. A few celebrities have made a living after being the victims of bullying as a child. However, children … Continue reading Bullied & Bullies Have a Rotten Life by Lessenitt Campos

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The Study Of Nintendology by Daniel Siaz

The Nintendo 3DS, one of Nintendo’s newest consoles, is a delight for gamers of the past 25 years. After the Nintendo 64, the GameCube, and the Wii, the Nintendo 3DS is Nintendo’s fourth console with 3D effects. Costing $170, consumers complain of the high price for a handheld device; however, people continue to spend their … Continue reading The Study Of Nintendology by Daniel Siaz

Three Teens Commit a Random Murder ‘For the Fun of it’

On Friday, August 20th, three Oklahoma teens murdered an Australian baseball player. Two of the teens were charged with his murder, and the third was named an accessory. 22 year old Christopher Lane, who was visiting the United States on a baseball scholarship, was going for a jog in Duncan, Oklahoma, right after visiting his … Continue reading Three Teens Commit a Random Murder ‘For the Fun of it’

A Jail Recorded Nude Women After Arrests by Rachel Rnoh

Is recording women after their arrest as they undress merely for the act of security, or is it just a “peep show” as attorney James Egan described? Twelve plaintiffs filed a lawsuit after the police of Puyallup Department were accused of recording suspects undressing and using the toilet. CNN reported that, according to the lawsuit, … Continue reading A Jail Recorded Nude Women After Arrests by Rachel Rnoh

Things to Keep in Mind When Applying for College By Sana Chaudhry

As the last year of high school starts, the preparation of applying to college begins. Although planning for college can be stressful, here are a few things that will help you survive senior year and get ready for college. It’s never too late to score a super scholarship. You can apply for scholarships all through … Continue reading Things to Keep in Mind When Applying for College By Sana Chaudhry

1 Million Kids Fleeing Syria by Laura Gonzalez

More and more kids are being shot, bombed and burned to death in Syria. The numbers of children missing and leaving Syria and going to refugee camps has reached 1 million. “This one millionth child refugee is not just another number. This is a real child ripped from home, maybe even from a family, facing … Continue reading 1 Million Kids Fleeing Syria by Laura Gonzalez

The Sovereign Citizen Movement by Nathalie Mairena

Since the 1980s, the movement known as the Sovereign Citizen Movement has experienced a growth spurt, its members reaching far and wide from state to state. The group has increasingly engaged in filing false liens, documents claims put on someone’s property to collect debt, against government and law officials. This has been the case for … Continue reading The Sovereign Citizen Movement by Nathalie Mairena

Tumblr: Toxic or Not by Vivian Bermudez

As do most teenagers in America, I have a blog on Tumblr. For those who are not on Tumblr or have recently joined, it might seem like a very accepting and open-minded website; however, it’s not. Constantly, bloggers are ridiculed for being misinformed or improperly telling jokes or feeling emotions. Yes, feeling on Tumblr gets … Continue reading Tumblr: Toxic or Not by Vivian Bermudez

Arkansas Senate Passes Bill To Ban Certain Tattoos and Body Modifications by Carina Vo

There has always been judgment regarding body modifications, whether they’re tattoos, untraditional piercings, or any other out-of-the-ordinary body art. However, judgment has reached a new level in Arkansas, since the Senate recently passed a bill to ban certain body modifications. In a nutshell, the bill, sponsored by Senator Missy Irvin, states that scarification (the scarring … Continue reading Arkansas Senate Passes Bill To Ban Certain Tattoos and Body Modifications by Carina Vo

The Gold iPhone – Is It True? by Ruth Reyes

For a couple of weeks now, the latest iPhone 5S trending topic has been about the gold iPhone. On YouTube, a video by TLDToday has gone around, displaying the back of an iPhone 5, but with a matte golden-champagne color surrounding the screen instead of the silver border we usually see. The rumors, which started when the … Continue reading The Gold iPhone – Is It True? by Ruth Reyes