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 Everyone has goals, but only some are able to achieve them without giving up or overwhelming themselves. Photo by: Elizabeth Wood

How to Come up with Realistic Goals and Stick with Them

Elizabeth Wood, Staff Writer January 28, 2020

The start of a new year is like a fresh piece of paper, blank and waiting for you to make your mark. Times like this are when many people start thinking about their goals or resolutions for the year. Many...

All the things you crave are embedded into the present, deeply intertwined into your choices. What you decide today links together your future.

The Capacity of The Present

Julie Day, Staff Writer January 14, 2016

We view the future as a wide open landscape riddled with opportunity, and it is exactly that ideal which disables us from being truly happy: the assumption that the future holds something greater than...

Brian just completed his annual Vision Walk in South Carolina. The Vision Walk is sponsored by the Foundation for Fighting Blindness and helps to raise awareness for RP and other eye diseases. Photo used with permission from Mr. Herrin.

Brian’s Battle

Rachel McCord, Staff Writer March 19, 2015

Earlier this month, Mr. Herrin came to my psychology class during our study of the eye and shared about a disorder that his grandson, Brian, has, known as Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP). Brian is ten years...

Let this playlist flow through you and feel connected with the lazy wants of a senior.

The Sickness of Seniors

Rebekah Schnaubelt, Staff Writer April 23, 2014

Almost all seniors in high school feel the monotonous routine of classes hitting them when their last school year nears an end. They itch to graduate and begin their lives beyond grade school. This feeling...

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