Diversity is sexy. The idea of including historically oppressed groups in everything from clothing ads to classrooms is quickly becoming everyone’s first priority. Currently, it’s become very popular for companies, organizations, and even schools to push this concept of multicultural workplaces in order to establish what would be considered a favorable professional environment. White Americans … Continue reading What it’s Like to Be a Student of Color at Wilson High
Netflix has been this generations Blockbuster movie store. The only difference is that it’s now on the wonderful, but sometimes terrifying world of the internet. With over 4000 titles, from “The Princess Diaries” to “Star Wars,” Netflix has it all and more. Among those 4000 titles, are over 700 Netflix Original shows and movies. But … Continue reading Are these popular Netflix Originals worth your time?
(student names have been changed for anonymity) When we talk about drug use in high school, we traditionally think of alcohol and other substances used to kick back, relax, and socialize. What regularly sits overlooked are the drugs that aren’t meant for tuning out, but for tuning in. These ever-present drugs in schools are overlooked … Continue reading Adderall: The Secret to Success, But At What Cost?
Photos by Shandra Back Voted Wilson High School’s ultimate power couple through a Trojan Horse Instagram Survey, Abby Wiswall and Drew Wiley, Juniors, answer some personal questions about their rise to the top. So, how long have you guys been dating? D: “A year and three months.” And how did you guys first meet? … Continue reading The Secret To Being A Power Couple by Mira Coles
Photo by Abby Wiswall From Grease to Superbad, high school movies have always depicted high school as a stereotype, no matter the decade. Cheerleading and geeks, school dances and football. There are certain aspects of teenage life that will never change, as the media continues to present thrill-seeking and hormonal rebels to the public image. … Continue reading Why you’re having less sex than your parents by Mira Coles