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The Growing Benefits of Gardening

The Growing Benefits of Gardening

Rebekah Anderson, Staff Writer

April 3, 2019

There are many beneficial ideas to building your own garden. Not only flowers, but vegetables and fruits play a key component in planting a garden. People who do this tend to have a happier lifestyle. It can add more color and beauty for a backyard. If making salads or enjoying a fruit bowl is enjoyable and taste...

Would You Like to Own a Wolf?

Would You Like to Own a Wolf?

Lilly Hortis, Staff Writer

March 29, 2019

Howling Woods Farms, located in New Jersey, may seem like the name of an ordinary farm, but it is far from ordinary. Howling Woods Farms is a non-profit organization that rescues and trains wolves and wolfdogs. They also offer tours where people can interact with them. The Howling Woods Farms’ mission is to r...

College Admissions Scam: A Wake Up Call to America’s Youth

College Admissions Scam: A Wake Up Call to America's Youth

Helen Bass, Media Co-Editor

March 27, 2019

From the start of our 12-year public education here in America we are told that attending top-elite schools is the key to the most successful life. We are convinced that the process of gaining entry into these elite programs is completely based on merit and hard work. We spend our entire preadolesce...

Are They Really Just Shoes?

Are They Really Just Shoes?

Kaya Perry, Silver Streams Co-Editor

March 24, 2019

To most people shoes are just shoes. They see no other purpose for them other than wearing them out and then getting a new pair. Sneakerheads, however, see shoes as something very different. A sneakerhead is a person who collects, trades or admires shoes as a hobby. They take pride in keeping their s...

Project Semicolon; “Your Story is Not Over”

Project Semicolon;

Kaya Perry, Silver Streams Co-Editor

March 17, 2019

Project Semicolon is a nonprofit organization that works to prevent suicide and aid those who are struggling with mental illnesses. Since it was founded in 2013, the organization has helped more than 5.2 million people and continues to support others every day. Amy Bleuel, the founder of Project Semicolon...

Nutrition and Academics

Nutrition and Academics

Rebekah Anderson, Staff Writer

March 17, 2019

There are a variety of different foods that can help someone with their academic issues.  For example, grapes can help the brain retain more information. School can very well be a struggle for anyone of any age, and these following goodies and tips will definitely help the brain feel smart and more n...

Anxiety in Teens

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Lilly Hortis, Staff Writer

March 17, 2019

Although they may not realize, parents play a big role in the increases anxiety levels of teens today. Below are the ways parents cause anxiety. Parents often allow their children to use phones or other electronic devices as an escape from awkward or uncomfortable situations. Parents emphasize...

Trends of the Past

Trends of the Past

Lexi Acree, Staff Writer

March 17, 2019

 There's no denying that history repeats itself when it comes to fashion; everybody loves the classics. As you take a look around campus, it’s clear to see that decade-old trends make up the clothes of today’s style that everyone loves. Listed below are the top five clothing crazes of the past tha...

Deliberate Distractions

Helen Bass, Media Co- Editor

March 17, 2019

Many people argue that the wealthy have worked hard for their money, and they deserve it. When did it become okay for the top one percent to hoard an amount of money that they will never spend in their lifetime. People in Haiti have begun eating dirt and clay because they don’t even have enough money ...

Service Dogs

Service Dogs

Lilly Hortis, Staff Writer

March 14, 2019

Everyone loves dogs and are even known to make people happy. That explains why they are commonly used as therapy and emotional support for individuals who has experienced a trauma or for mental health issues. According to Psychology Today, “Animals can provide a sense of calm, comfort, or safety and div...

The Sad Truth of Pollution

The Sad Truth of Pollution

Kaya Perry, Staff Writer

March 3, 2019

Pollution is the worst it’s ever been, and it’s taking a toll on the world. Recycling and alternative living campaigns have become more popular, but garbage continues to destroy ecosystems everywhere. Pollution has begun to drastically affect our oceans. Coral reefs have begun deteriorating be...

Effects of Color on Brain and Body

Effects of Color on Brain and Body

Lilly Hortis, Staff Writer

March 3, 2019

Have you ever wondered why you feel certain ways when you see certain colors? According to Kendra Cherry, a writer for Verywell Mind,  “Color is a powerful communication tool and can be used to signal action, influence mood, and even influence psychological reactions.” Color can affect anything from ...

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