November 26 The Optional SAT Test Might Not Be So Optional to Students By Sara Kadam

With students already having a lot on their plate with college applications, not to mention the stress that comes along with it, covid-19 has further added to the burden on students’ shoulders. With testing centers rapidly cancelling tests during these unprecedented times, most universities were forced to amend their college requirements by either going test-optional, […]

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November 12 The Importance of Exploring Your Interests By Soni Rambharack

Planning your future is not easy. It takes years of discovering your skills and what you enjoy. Some interests are discovered at a very young age, from when you put on that superhero costume for Halloween, or when you assemble a drone Christmas morning, eager to play with it. What does this teach you about […]

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October 23 Empowering Choice By Noah Hoff

Imagine yourself, for a moment, going on a picnic in a new country. Packed with all your supplies, you set out to meet your guide. You find them waiting at a crossroads. Behind them are countless sprawling paths, each stretching out to meet the lush nature beyond. From where you stand their destinations are obscured […]

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