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How to: Instagram

(Tenaya Tremp)
March 15, 2020
Advice from an expert on how to curate your Instagram for a certified artsy theme.

A Guide To Freshman Finals

A Guide To Freshman Finals
December 11, 2018

Dear class of 2022,   Congratulations on being almost halfway through freshman year. I hope you can now tell your buildings apart and have figured out your favorite lunch spots. You're almost...

Procrastination Advice

Procrastination Advice
November 5, 2017

I’ve been a student for 12 years now, and despite weekly breakdowns and every productivity hack known to the internet, I still procrastinate. I procrastinated on writing this, and I’m procrastinating...

Why You Should Consider Playing a High School Sport

March 18, 2017

I’ve always been quiet when it comes to my personal life. Voicing my emotions is something I’ve never truly felt comfortable doing. Regardless of who I am talking to, a best friend or even a family...

Things You Should Know Before Your Senior Year

Things You Should Know Before Your Senior Year
March 6, 2017

In my mind, it was just last week I sat in my freshman year tutorial class writing my “Senior Self” letter, surrounded by juniors and seniors laughing and joking about colleges and AP classes. Time...

Take Nike’s Advice on Studying: Just do It

GRAPHIC BY LUKE RIDER
September 21, 2015

While classes are heating up, some students haven’t fully got back into the academic swing of things. Some have already fallen into senioritis, while those with difficult or new schedules may not be...

Don’t Judge a Senior by Their Facebook Name

Don't Judge a Senior by Their Facebook Name
November 18, 2013

Many seniors, perhaps yourself included, have begun changing their Facebook names in an attempt to hide from admissions officers. This may prevent your profile from being viewed, but it doesn’t automatically...

Hawk Talk: Senior Advice for Freshmen

Hawk Talk: Senior Advice for Freshmen
June 6, 2013

Coming to high school can be an exciting and intimidating transition filled with new classes, teachers and peers. We’ve all been through it, and who better to ask for advice than our wise and knowledgeable...

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