From the ashes of disaster

December 6, 2019 Evan Lee 0

Certainty is an ironic idea. Because aside from time moving forward, the only thing that’s truly certain in life is the fact that life is a truly uncertain experience. No matter how perfect our plans […]

Taking up space with pride

December 6, 2019 Lizzy Stocks 0

During my first three years of college, I confidently strolled through campus wearing my heart on my sleeve and my hat backwards on my head – and if you looked closely enough at my cap, […]

Strive for a 5

December 6, 2019 McKenzie Ward 0

During my four years in high school, I took five Advanced Placement (AP) classes. Advanced Placement is a program run by College Board, a non-profit organization that allows high school students to take college courses […]

A promise in a bottle

December 6, 2019 Lizzy Stocks 0

I was 19 years old when I watched my mother die. She was only 56. I had the rest of my life ahead of me and I thought she did, too. She thought she had […]

Mental illness has no timeline

November 22, 2019 Cara McCarthy 0

[Warning: This article discusses sensitive topics such as self-harm and mental illness.] I was in the sixth grade when I noticed my brain was not wired the same as everyone else’s. Coincidentally, this was the […]

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