Column

YOUTH PERSPECTIVES: A nation divided

October 15, 2018 / By
Tags: , , , ,

After a controversial hearing, allegations of sexual assault, two emotional testimonies and one FBI investigation, Judge Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed by the senate to become a Supreme Court Justice in early October.

It’s time we start acting responsibly when it comes to our allergies

October 2, 2018 / By

By Adeyinka Glover

I’m often asked, “What are you allergic to?”

I always respond, “Everything.”

When this topic is brought up, I try to change the subject.

In Greenfield, advocating for a small piece of sidewalk makes a big difference

September 24, 2018 / By

By Barbara Perez

Ever since I could remember, I always believed that the 30-foot-long missing piece of sidewalk on Monitor Street near Ollivier Middle School would forever remain a patch of dirt.

Sometimes the road to success requires actual roads

September 20, 2018 / By
Tags:

By Norma Ruiz

Many of you probably don’t think too much about driving to work or taking the bus to school.

What keeps me up at night

June 5, 2018 / By and
Tags: , , , , ,

By Nikolas Lopez

There’s a lot that keeps me up at night.

As a Japanese and Mexican American, I’ve formed a unique perspective on life in America.

Why are black people stereotyped? Because y’all allow us to be

April 19, 2018 / By and
Tags: , , , , ,

BY:  Ja’Nell Gore

Why is every black woman so ‘angry’? Why is every black man ‘in a gang’?