Lucy Slavin, 17

Views on Feminism The first time I saw Gilda Radner was the day her “best-of” DVD arrived in the mail and my mother sat me down to watch one of her childhood heroes on Saturday Night Live. I latched on to the vigor and passion that spurted out of her [...]

By | November 6th, 2012|0 Comments

Don’t blame movies, books; set rules as a parent

By LUCY SLAVIN CASA GRANDE HIGH SCHOOL Recently, my mom told me of a conversation she had with a friend who told her how concerned she was about allowing her 9-year-olds see the film “The Hunger Games.” She explained to my mom that she was upset that the [...]

By | October 1st, 2012|0 Comments

Cyber bullying a sad byproduct of Internet age

By LUCY SLAVIN and KELSEY MATZEN CASA GRANDE HIGH SCHOOL Harsh words. Cruel rumors. Offensive slurs. These are aspects of bullying that are enhanced by the anonymity the Internet provides. To see the insults presented in such a clinical way is more heartbreaking than when confronted in person. [...]

By | January 2nd, 2012|0 Comments

Outweighing Superficiality

The girl in the music video walks in and suddenly everyone notices, as though she is Cinderella just arriving at the ball and shocking everyone

By | October 24th, 2011|0 Comments