Recently, I read the book "A Piece of Cake" by Cupcake Brown. I highly recommend it to all of you- it's an incredible true story about a black girl living in the ghetto who faces her mothers death,…Continue
Magazines like Seventeen, Teen Vogue, Lucky, People, Sports Illustrated, and many more are the text of choice for many students in High School. Do you believe that magazines are an acceptable and…Continue
Honestly, I love reading "Catcher in the Rye". It's probably my favorite book I have ever read in an english class so far, primarily because I find the common themes in the book so relatable. In Miss…Continue
On a casual Saturday target run with my mom, I picked up a book called "White Girl Problems" by Babe Walker on a whim. Being a white girl (along with, like most humans, having problems) myself, I hoped to get a good laugh and secretly relate to the shallow and materialistic novel. No big deal.
Less than 24 hours & 3 coffees later, I finished the book that will be rightfully reffered to as "Bible" from here on out.
To be clear, this book is fictional yet based loosely around…Continue
Writers Week is one of the best things to ever happen to Fremd High School. It's incredible to be able to see your peers as well as commendable authors speak. However, why is it that you're only able to attend during your english class and lunch period? I want to be able to take advantage of this opportunity to see all of the speakers.
Why should anyone have to miss seeing a friend share their story with the school because they're stuck in spanish class? Why should a favorite…Continue
"You can't go out tonight, you have a C in Spanish."
"What a shame, I'd give you the car tonight, but you were sassy earlier."
"I've asked you to clean that messy room for three days. You're grounded!"
Do any of these phrases sound familiar to you? These are phrases repeated by my parents on a weekly basis. School always comes first for them, and if my grades are not up to par with their standards than i'm not allowed to go out that weekend. Going along with many other…
Let me tell you a secret: I'm absolutely obsessed with literature. I devour it. Any interesting book I can get my hands on, I'll read it cover to cover in a matter of hours. I have always been a reader, from those clever "Road to Reading" books with the mile markers for little kids, to my newfound love of memoirs, I love to read. Not just books, but magazines, newspapers, reviews, articles, anything. This has led me to my latest decision I've made whilst reading "Catcher in the Rye": I want…Continue