Monthly Archives: May 2011

The National Honor Society

Supposedly, America “ended” segregation in schools after the landmark decision of Brown v. Board of Education. The case declared separate public schools for white and black children illegal, resulting in the current mix of ethnicity we see in many classrooms. … Continue reading

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Prom

Prom – the American tradition, nothing less and nothing more. Each year, thousands of students are put through the arduous task of preparing for prom. Now, whether this is something that calls for levity and joyful reaction or utter disappointment … Continue reading

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Tradition

We seem to be bound. Everyday, we live in the tight constraints of having to do mononym tasks. We wake up, brush our yellowed teeth, and drink the “Cup of Joe.” We head to work, or school, and do our … Continue reading

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