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Thu, 25 Jan 2007 12:51:00 +0000"I ran up the door, opened the stairs, said my pajamas and put on my prayers - turned off my bed, tumbled into my light, and all because he kissed me good-night" -Author Unknown
Thu, 21 Dec 2006 12:08:00 +0000In high school, reputation is everything. However, looking back, many question their decisions and what they sacrificed in order to maintain their 'rep'. The most obvious high school regrets out of adults are the rush into having sex, the giving in to drugs and alcohol, the saying of awful things to make someone feel inferior, and not being as focused and driven as they should have been. Seriously, high school can make you or break you. If you are rejected and put down all throughout your high school life, you may acquire a sense of bitterness towards the world and its superficial aspects. If you are praised and adored throughout high school, you may come out into the world overly confident and expecting everything to just click for you. We all have our mistakes that we made in high school, whether trivial or life-altering. And whether they make you or break you is hard to know most times. The complication is that everyone is telling teenagers to just be themselves- while most are try
Thu, 14 Dec 2006 09:23:00 +0000What do high schoolers want for Christmas this year?
Thu, 07 Dec 2006 03:04:00 +0000People always ignorantly mistake me for stuck up. Initially it made me really mad and somewhat pathetic as I acquired this " wahh, no one understands me" attitude. But, I soon realized that wasn't really getting me any more positive vibes. I spoke to my all-knowing father about it and he said, a little too swiftly, "No one likes you because you aren't outgoing". So I've decided to spread the knowledge.
Sun, 03 Dec 2006 11:59:00 +0000Cathy: Like, Oh my God It's Duke.
Fri, 01 Dec 2006 11:50:00 +0000Recently in my English class we were required to take a stand on vending machines and the health hazards they seem to promote. Some students said to ditch them, while most agreed they've become too convenient-but is that really an excuse?