Aries: March 21 - April 20 Your creativity is going to wax and wane, which isn’t an ideal way to start off the school year. But this isn’t a time to get down on yourself; instead, it’s a chance to get a perspective on how you use your emotions. Allow your Aries spirit to express … Continue reading HORSE-O-SCOPE
In America we have devised a perfect recipe for a stagnant polarization that may just be one of the biggest hot topics of the century. We see a society where we have identified so heavily with our social divisions, that it becomes our instinct to immediately reject anything opposing our group ideology. This rejection is … Continue reading How Does Polarization and Bias Manifest in Wilson?
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
In a town as green as Portland, you don’t need to leave city limits to enjoy the great outdoors. Home to many gems of the Pacific Northwest, our assortment of flower-filled parks and sprawls of urban wilderness are often top attractions that draw visitors from all over the world, offering a sweet breath of fresh … Continue reading Top Gardens To Visit This Spring
Breakups are painful; everybody knows that. In order to move on, there is one important truth you need to recognize: some things can’t and shouldn’t be fixed. It ended for a reason, and although you’re upset right now, deep down you probably know what that reason is. It’s called a breakup because it’s broken. You … Continue reading Getting over your Ex