Empathy in the news

 Rita Sarathy   Comments Off on Empathy in the news

Dec15
I skim the Washington Post daily to keep up with the world. In the light of former president George HW Bush passing, a headline that caught my eye was “The touching gesture by George H W Bush that his Secret Service ‘ family’ will never forget”. Former president George H.W.

On Creativity

 Anusha Goyal   Comments Off on On Creativity

Jul10
Every student knows the struggle of wanting to set him or herself apart. Most places we go, people ask us to think outside the box, to set ourselves apart, and to be creative. If creativity is finding unique ways to flourish in the world, then, to me, one of the

Macho Mentality

 Rita Sarathy   Comments Off on Macho Mentality

Jul10
Just a couple weeks after school ended, I was attacked. One of my closest friends lunged at me after a game of bowling, first trying to choke me, and later driving his nails into my neck. After talking to him about the incident, we came to the conclusion that something

A Discussion About Stress

 Sarah Ungerer   Comments Off on A Discussion About Stress

Jul03
With the high expectations that are set for students to excel in every area of their life comes stress— arguably one of the strongest emotions that teenagers experience on a day-to-day basis. Whether this feeling is rooted from demanding and watchful parents or the pressure of future college acceptances, students

Talk and Solve

 Sarah Ungerer   Comments Off on Talk and Solve

Jun19
In the distraction-filled environment of the 21st century, society has fallen to a state where emotions and opinions are not fully expressed by a person in fear of rejection and conflict. With the dominant and false stereotype of vulnerability being stereotypically correlated to weakness, people are continuously discouraged in speaking