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Just hit pause: 'Arresting Knowledge' tour heads to NBTB

If your mother says she loves you, check it out.

And if you’re smiling, chances are you know something about journalism, including the mindset that makes journalists some of the best critical thinkers around. 436 more words

News

Say hello to NBTB 2017's counselors-in-training

Every year it seems like the real fun of camp begins when we select our CITs — the counselors-in-training whose energy, enthusiasm, ideas and most importantly teen wisdom are what help us make NBTB the camp that works hard and plays hard. 468 more words

Principal resigns after high school journalists question her resume

This past week, a group of high school journalists followed their curiosity and it resulted in change.

Their early development of their ‘new sense’ was evident when the group of Pittsburgh High School students investigated their new principal’s background. 135 more words

Advice & News

High School Principal with Fake Credentials Gets Caught by Her Own Schools Journalism Program. Everyone Involved is Dumb as Shit

SFGATE – A group of reporters and editors from the student newspaper, the Booster Redux at Pittsburg High School in southeastern Kansas, had gathered to talk about Amy Robertson, who was hired as the high school’s head principal on March 6. 410 more words

News

Viewpoints: Does the length of the school day allow for effective education?

Long hours prevent productivity

By Linus Chhun

Staff Writer

According to The Huffington Post, the United States is 17th place in education in the world, while other countries, such as Finland, take the top of the list. 408 more words

Death Penalty?

I feel as though the death penalty should be around for certain people.

Admittedly,I can understand why people feel that they are humans so they should live their lives in prison. 157 more words

High School Hub

Students participate in Women's March

By Deandra Du

Editor In Chief

On Jan. 21, several Gabrielino High School students participated in the Women’s March Los Angeles, a city-wide protest for the human rights of women, LGBTQ individuals, immigrants, and people of color. 361 more words