Have you ever walked past a Sephora and looked inside knowing that you don’t have enough money to buy any of it? Well lucky for you, many drug stores have quality affordable makeup that most people don’t know about. If you are struggling to find balance between the things you choose to spend money on, … Continue reading Makeup Dupes Every Teen Needs!
Dear Claire, Should I get engaged at 17? I really hope this is a joke, but the answer is no! Definitely not! Approximately 2 percent of high school relationships in America actually last, (Huffington Post), so the chances of you and your partner working out is very slim. High school is a time for change … Continue reading Can’t Live Without Claire: an advice column for teens
Scarf carefully thrown on her head, glasses askew on her nose, sixth grader Fatima grinned as she stared at the robots performing in front of her. She stood in awe with her mother and the rest of the crowd. The robots belong to the Wilson Robotics team, who have come to perform at their second … Continue reading A Sixth Grader’s Journey into Robotics, Courtesy of Wilson High
It’s been a month since our school year has begun, and most of us are still in that summer mode. You know, that relaxed mindset of doing nothing all day and starting your hw at 11 pm. To help get you out of that mini-funk, here are some top tips on having a successful start … Continue reading Tips To Successfully Starting the New School Year
As you see it, what is the biggest mistake you see students making that they should fix before leaving high school? Mr. Macdicken “They’re more worried about the grade than they are about the actual knowledge. If you worry about the knowledge, the grade will take care of itself. That’s where there’s a lot of … Continue reading Advice From: Teachers